Biker Tattoos

Biker Tattoos

For the longest time, biker tattoos have been confused with prison inks or gang tats. Fortunately, they differ from one another because biker tattoos are emblazoned on people who dedicate their lives to the love of biking, travelling the open roads, and freedom. The most famous type of tattoo involves the biker cross, which was inspired by iron and Maltese crosses. The rage for this biker ink started in the 1960s. They are simple, and only a dedicated biker can know the true meaning of this tattoo. Several styles are designed with regard to certain makes of bike. For example, those who ride Harley-Davidsons are most likely to have this bike logo on their skin. Of course, those who tour the roads with Japanese Crotch-Rocket Motorcycles get a variety of these biker tattoos. 

Most inks of this genre are adorned with trademark biker images such as skulls, skeletons and flames. While the designs are perceived to be negative in meaning, they are styled in such a way that they show a person’s devotion to biking. Nowadays, tattoos of bikers are signs of strength of character, honor, bravery and valor. Whether you put an entire illustration on your back or a small emblem on your neck, it doesn’t matter.After all, inking is about expressing one’s personality, devotion and idealism.




Stretching skulls with rose
Evil Minds 2
balance scale
Evil horned skull
Pile of Skulls
SBink Girl
Skull in Smoke
SBink Angel Vixen
Pirate Ship
Bondage Knot
Death before Dishonor
Speed Demon A
SBink Vixens
harvestor of souls
skull
Sexy Reaper
Winged Cross
Pan Head & Skull Head
Tribal Lion Sportbike
Harley Eagle
TOMAHAWK
king of L.A.
Girl with a rose
Pin up girl with a double barrel shotgun
Harley bobber with Ape bars and wings
Red Eyed Devil
biomechanical ripped skin
skeleton on a motorbike
Pin Up
Mask