Published Mar 8, 2019 by Rick Cundiff
Here’s a quick riddle for you: What has tons of horsepower, acres of leather and a million legs?
No, it’s not a mutant space cow, although that’s not a bad guess. It’s the 500,000 people flocking to Central Florida as we speak for Daytona Bike Week 2019. The event of the year for motorcycle riders throughout the nation, it’s a showcase for people, machines and, oh yeah, custom biker patches.
If you’ve been to Bike Week, you know what it’s about. Both bikes and riders of all shapes and sizes, celebrating the freedom of the open road. It’s a 10-day extravaganza of Harleys, Hondas, Yamahas, Ducatis and every other form of 2-wheeled speed. From hardcore one percenters on Hogs to middle class professionals on Beemers, there’s something for everyone. And you know that riders and patches go together like ham ‘n’ eggs.
(An aside about those BMWs: No matter what the yuppies and wannabes say, only the bikes are BEEMERS. By longstanding tradition, BMW automobiles are BIMMERS.)
Many of us here at Custom-Patches4Less.com ride, and we’re only an hour or so away from Daytona, so we take part every year. Bike folks are good people, so sharing the road and good times with friends is an annual tradition.
Another major tradition among riders is custom embroidered patches. We’re proud to provide patches to our fellow bikers for events big and small. If you want patches to show your club membership, promote a political or social cause, or just to say something funny, we’re happy to oblige.
Sometimes you just need a patch to stand out. It’s easy to get lost in a sea of leather in Daytona, so just like a custom bike, you need some custom clothing, even something as simple as a single word patch, to stake your claim to individuality.
When you need biker patches, whether for Bike Week, Sturgis, Biketoberfest, or any other event, count on us. Even if you just want to show off your street cred, we’re your dependable patch provider. Just call us toll free at 888-677-4809 or email us at [email protected] and let us know what you have in mind. And if you see us at Daytona, say hi – the first round’s on us!