In Memory Patches
In Memory of Patches
Unfortunately, sooner or later most bikers will eventually qualify for “In Memory of Patches”. Its a sad part of life, and one that we accept and understand that comes with the lifestyle. Some “In Memory of Patches” are for those that left us much to early and others have earned it long before their passing. In any event, we offer our deepest condolences on the passing of your loved one and will do our very best to ensure their memory lives on for ages to come.
The typical “In Memory of Patch” comes in the shape of a rectangle with rounded corners. Usually a black twill backing which signifies the color of mourning and the embroidered lettering colored white, to stand out and contrast the most for greater visibility. Some clubs will keep with tradition and use the black backing and use their main club color as the text thread. Other clubs will stick strictly with their club colors for their memorial patches and honor the brother and his service to the club.
We at Custom Biker Patches are honored that you would allow us to be a part of your memorial patch creation. We would like to offer a space on our site to honor your loved one and with each “In Memory of Patch” that we create we will add a posting that you provide to be displayed with that memorial patch. Tell us something about the person so that we can share it with the world and their passing is not in vain and others who never had a chance to meet him or her can know them through your memories. This is just a little way of saying thank you and honoring your loved one.
If your memorial is for a fallen armed forces veteran please consider the Patriot Guard Riders. They are a diverse group of riders spread out across this great nation. Their main goal is to honor our fallen service men and women and their families in this time of mourning and remembrance. They can help by creating a buffer zone or shield between families honoring fallen heroes and those buzzards who try to disrupt and protest such services. Patriot Guard Riders abide by legal and non violent methods.
We have no association with the PGR but feel they deserve a mention for their worthy efforts and cause.