Belonging to a biker club is an honor, and a way of life. It’s far more than just a group of people riding around on bikes. It’s an attitude, and a distinct part of your personality. That’s why American Patch takes great pride making custom biker patches for satisfied customers not only in the United States, but around the globe.
What You Need to Know
Let your creativity flow, because we can manufacture a wide array of shapes and sizes for your bike club patches. Whether it’s a simple two-inch strip, or a massive 15-inch patch for the back of a jacket, we’ve got you covered. Since no two bike clubs are the same, our patches are highly customizable, allowing you to create a patch that is unique.
Each patch may have up to eight different colors at no extra cost. Something to keep in mind when coming up with your patch is that smaller designs should be simple, while larger ones can be much more ornate. If your club logo is colorful and intricate, we suggest you design a larger patch.
How to Order Custom Patches
American Patch has years of experience making patches, and we work with you to ensure you get the high-quality patches your bike club deserves. To make the transaction run smoothly, here is how the process works.
Start by filling out our free quote form. We will ask you for important details, including the height and width of your patch. Please determine what type of backing your patch needs, and the type of patch you want. This means choosing between embroidered patches, woven, and dye sublimation patches. We should get back to you within 24 hours, though often it’s sooner.
Once you place your order, we respond via fax or email to take care of billing. After your custom biker patches are ordered, we will create a physical sample of your patch. We will send you a scan of it sent by email, and if any changes need to be made, we will take care of it. Once the sample patch is approved, we will manufacture and ship it to you for final approval. To learn more about ordering patches for your biker club, contact us today at American Patch.