Stadri Emblems Blog
Category archives: Motorcycle and Biker
Custom “In Memory” patches are the perfect way to honor the memory of a rider who has passed away. In Memory” patches are often forgotten, perhaps because not all motorcycle groups make use of them. But among the groups that do, these patches often hold more meaning than even their large back patches.
This is the second in a series of special guest posts by Paul Elshoff, Founder and First Officer of the Winnipeg chapter of the Southern Cruisers Riding Club. Here he reminds us of an often overlooked meaning behind biker patches and riding in general.
There are few finer ways to see the world than on a motorcycle; a combination of exotic locations and an exhilarating mode of transportation offers an experience that is as memorable as it is unique. Patches can offer tremendous benefits either as mementos of an experience or a way of identifying kindred spirits from across the world.
After receiving his patches, before any talk of our Customer Highlight blog series, Jim Pasinetti, Vice President of the Puyallup Nazarene Motorcycle Board, sent in the following testimonial to Stadri: "Guys, you did an amazing job on our 10 year ride patch and rocker. If you would like to use that as an example on your website you have my approval.
Winnipeg is the capital city of the province of Manitoba, and is ranked as Canada's sixth sunniest city year-round. The interesting patch you see to our right belongs to the Winnipeg Chapter of the Southern Cruisers Riding Club, a family friendly motorcycle rider's club dedicated to riding safety and fellowship.
Our award-winning, in-house design studio is pleased to release a special edition military patch celebrating the defenders of America’s freedom. Aptly named as the Fallen Heroes Commemorative Patch, this round, twelve-inch patch features the original logos of each branch of America’s military.