Bike Rally Patches And The Reason For Having Them

By Richard Hollins

There is no doubting the fact that bikers have their own culture which consists of their own unique lifestyles, their own way of doing things and looking at things and their own idioms and vocabulary. Bikers pride themselves on their culture so being a biker means you are part of a really unique culture. Yet in the biker culture, individuality is both celebrated and a necessity. That is why we have numerous biker patches.

Bike rally patches are one example of the individual nature of bikers. Most bikers like to have a biker patch for every single rally that they go to but there is no way that they could put all of these patches onto one biker jacket or vest.

Seeing which patches have been chosen to be attached to the leathers of the various bikers is very interesting. The driving force is usually either the last rally attended or the one the individual biker views as having been the best.

Beyond the simple individual recognition though, bike rally patches also serve as a way to let other bikers know you attended a specific event. There is a communal bond in this, similar to the bond between police officers, firefighters, and military personnel. When two bikers realize they've been to the same rally - even though they're strangers - there is still a bond of brotherhood between them from that event.

As such, biker rally patches also serve as a point of conversation. When two bikers have attended the same event, they can swap stories and experiences of their time at the rally. It is a great way to break the ice and get to know new people.

You may have attended any one of the rallies in Daytona Beach, Myrtle Beach, Sturgis or Laconia but remember never to argue about them. Because they are all fantastic!

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