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Improving Trend of Biker Rings and Jewelry

by fanssteel

The trend of motorcycling, in general, gained much popularity back in the 1950s and has not entirely died down since. With the increase in the popularity of motorcycles, came the rise in love for biker jackets, Biker Rings

 and jewelry. Biker jewelry has been worn by male and now even female bikers for a long time. They are usually made of metal. jewelry for bikers includes the following accessories:

These jewels are readily available in retail stores or even online for example at the biker rings shop. To increase this trend in Biker jewelry, retailers are taking a three step approach.

If we were to continue the same old trends that were in fashion ten years ago, few new people would be enticed by the biker trend. Some shops announced they are creating a line of biker jackets and jewelry inspired by popular DC character, Wonder Woman. Fanssteel.com introduced biker rings like cross rings and bishop rings with a more minimal and streamlined design than that was popular back in the day, also contributed to increasing the trend by using ancient jewelry-making techniques for biker rings.

 

Women are not behind men at all in the fashion of Biker jewelry. Women wear the same skull rings and diamond earrings as part of the biker trend. The creation of the Wonder Woman-inspired jackets and accessories are like a warm welcome for women.

The trend has spread to women all over the world, even as far as India where earlier this month, around twenty-eight women came together to celebrate International Female Ride Day. This amplified the trend of female motorcyclists in India.

This event further boosted the trend because breaking stereotypes is in fashion now. There is an all-female motorcycle club in California.

Since women are naturally more attracted to accessories than men are, we also see the trend of Biker jewelry rise among women.

 

 





Thirteen "13" mean in biker world

by fanssteel

Common patch worn by "Outlaw" bikers. Can have several meanings.  The most common held meaning is it's being the 13th letter of the alphabet "M" and stands for Marijuana or Meth.  It's also known to stand for the original or "Mother" chapter of an M/C.   In the last few years, many places are saying the "M" stands for Motorcycle.
In the "Ese"/ Mexican community "13" is often used to represent the "South Side" and "La Eme" (Mexican Mafia).





1%er outlaw biker

by fanssteel

If you read the papers or listen to the news, the media and law enforcement agents have redefined the term "1%er". The term was first used in the 60’s to describe some of the people that attended the motorcycle events back then. The AMA (American Motorcycle Association) stated that 99% of the people at their events were god fearing and family oriented. The other 1% were hard riding, hard partying, non mainstream type people. Thus the term 1%er was born. Some of the early bikers embraced the term and decided to call themselves 1%ers.  It did not mean that they were law breakers or low life individuals. They were simply men that rode their motorcycles seven days a week in all kinds of weather, liked to drink and raise a little hell. Sometime during the 80’s law enforcement changed the meaning of the 1%er to what they wanted it to represent. It didn’t matter that their meaning was incorrect, they just spoon fed it to the general public and the courts as they had so many other things.

Motorcycle Clubs are rich in history and tradition. One of those traditions is the wearing of a 1%er patch on our vests and referring to ourselves as a 1%er club. The 1%er definition as we see it is one that explains our commitment to Biking and Brotherhood. We ride our motorcycles every day rain or shine. We ride thousands of miles each year with our Brothers to attend parties, social events, funerals and just plain spending time together. We work, have families and do all the things that our neighbors do. In addition to that we belong to a Brotherhood that we are able to combine with our day to day lives.  To say that 1%er’s are criminals or people of a lesser moral code than the rest of society is a tainted opinion.





FTW -Fuck The World or some are using Forever Two Wheels

by fanssteel

FTW -Fuck The World or some are using Forever Two Wheels






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