Biker weddings are becoming increasingly popular, as couples look for unique ways to celebrate their love.
If you’re planning a biker wedding, this blog post is for you. In it, you’ll find the best 250 ideas for planning your biker wedding.
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250 Ideas for Biker Weddings
We’ll cover everything from attire, dresses, and invitations to thank you cards, traditions, and locations for your biker-themed ceremony.
Biker Wedding Attire
if you’re attending a biker-themed wedding, you’ll want to make sure your outfit is on point.
Here are some tips to help you choose the perfect ensemble.
- Leather suit
- Leather pants
- Leather dress
- Denim pants
- Denim dress
- Leather miniskirt
- Denim miniskirt
- Leather jacket
- Biker boots
For starters, remember that leather is always a good choice for biker weddings. If you don’t have any leather clothing, consider investing in a leather jacket or vest.
Pair it with jeans or chaps and you’re good to go.
Alternatively, ladies can rock a cute leather dress or skirt. Not into leather? That’s okay too. Denim is also a popular choice for biker wedding attire.
Just make sure your denim is clean and free of rips or frayed edges.
As for accessories, almost anything goes:
- Biker rings
- Biker chains
- Biker helmets
And don’t forget about your footwear. Boots are the obvious choice, but sneakers or sandals will work in a pinch.
But don’t wear anything too dainty – this is a biker wedding after all!
Biker Wedding Dresses
- The Biker-Chic Bride. If you’re looking to add a little edge to your big day, why not opt for a biker-chic wedding dress? A leather jacket or moto-inspired gown is the perfect way to show off your personality and make a statement. Just be sure to keep the rest of your look simple and understated so that you don’t look like you’re ready to hit the open road.
- The Rocker Bride. For the bride who loves to headbang her way through life, a rocker-inspired wedding dress is a perfect choice. Go for a gown with some serious attitude, like a lace-up corset or faux leather leggings. And don’t forget the important details, like studded heels and dramatic jewelry.
- The Vintage Beauty. If classic motorcycle culture is more your speed, then a vintage-inspired wedding dress is the way to go. Channel your inner Marlon Brando in a 1950s-style gown with long sleeves and a full skirt. Or go for a 60s mod look with a minidress and knee-high boots.
- The Boho Babe. For the free-spirited bride, a bohemian wedding dress is another great choice. Flowy fabrics and earthy tones will give you an ethereal look that’s perfect for an outdoor ceremony. Add some delicate jewelry and you’re good to go.
- The Femme Fatale. Whether you’re channeling your inner James Dean or Steve McQueen, there’s something about motorcycles that just screams femme fatale. And what better way to show off your flirty side than in a slinky wedding dress? Go for something figure-hugging with plenty of attitude, like a lace-up style or a cutout gown.
- The Modern Maiden. If you’re looking for something unique but still timeless, try a modern take on the classic wedding dress. Think of unexpected details like exposed zippers or asymmetrical hemlines. You can also experiment with unconventional materials like PVC or latex.
- The Pinup Queen. This style is all about the retro pinup-inspired wedding dress. Think fit-and-flare silhouettes and fun prints like polka dots or stripes. And don’t forget the cherry on top: bright red lipstick.
- Rebellious Royalty. Wear something fit for royalty but with an added rebellious edge – something like an Alexander McQueen runway dress. It has all the bells and whistles of a ballgown — train, billowing fabric, cinched waist — but comes complete with rips, safety pins, and zippers (Oh, my !).
- The Anti-Bride. If you’re not the traditional type, then why not ditch the white dress altogether? Opt for a black wedding dress or even a bolder color like red or blue.
- The Devilish Diva. Last but not least, you can try an avant-garde number from Givenchy’s collection. Again, it has all the makings of your classic gown — ethereal silhouette, delicate fabrics—but don’t be fooled by its angelic appearance. Because, up close, this thing is anything but saintly. It comes complete with strategic cutouts, beading, and fringe.
Biker Wedding Invitations
What better way to set the tone for biker weddings than with custom-designed invitations?
Whether you choose to go with a classic motorbike graphic or something a little more whimsical, biker-themed invitations are a great way to get guests revved up for your big day.
Plus, they’ll give everyone a sneak peek at the attitude and style that will be on full display on your wedding day.
Check out these biker wedding invitation ideas:
- Send out “save the date” cards with a motorcycle design. This will get your guests excited about the biker-themed wedding to come.
- For the invitations themselves, you could go with a simple design that features a motorcycle silhouette or logo.
- Or, for a more unique look, print the invitations on actual motorcycle license plates! (Or make your invitations looks like motorcycle license plates).
- If you want to really give your guests a thrill, include a “bike check” list with the invitation so they can start planning their outfits for the big day.
- Another fun idea is to include a map of the local area with your invitation, highlighting key landmarks like the best routes for biking and any must-see sights.
- For an added touch, enclose a small air freshener in each invitation, scented with your favorite fragrance of leather and gasoline.
- As a nod to tradition, you could include a small sugar skull or other Day of the Dead decoration with each invitation.
- If you’re looking for something truly unique, how about sending out invitations in the form of vintage postcards featuring iconic American roadways?
- For a more rustic feel, consider using hand-painted wooden signs as your invitations. This will take time and effort but it will definitely set the tone for a down-home country biker wedding!
- You could also get your invitations printed on actual vinyl records. Your guests will be talking about this creative touch for years to come.
My favorite graphic design duo is Jasper Art and Canva. You can use the combo to make any kind of biker-themed invitation you want.
Biker Wedding Locations
For many bikers, the open road is a symbol of freedom and adventure.
So it’s no surprise that more and more couples are choosing to tie the knot at one of their favorite biking destinations.
Whether it’s a scenic overlook, a historic landmark, or just a quiet spot in the woods, the location of your biker wedding should be special to you and your spouse-to-be.
If you’re looking for some inspiration, here are a few of our favorite locations for biker weddings:
- The Blue Ridge Parkway. This nearly 500-mile scenic route runs through Virginia and North Carolina, offering breathtaking views of the Appalachian Mountains. If you’re planning a small wedding, there are numerous pull-offs and overlooks that would make a beautiful setting. Or if you’re dreaming of a larger gathering, there are several rustic lodges located along the parkway that would be perfect for a reception.
- Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. For couples who met while riding, what could be more romantic than getting married at the largest motorcycle rally in the country? The town of Sturgis, South Dakota comes alive every August with over half a million bikers from all over the world. While the weeklong party might not be everyone’s idea of a perfect wedding, there’s no doubt that it would be an unforgettable event.
- Route 66. One of the most iconic roads in America, Route 66 is the perfect setting for a vintage-themed wedding. Start by exchanging vows at the Mother Road Harley-Davidson dealership in Springfield, Illinois (one of the original stops on Route 66), then hop on your bikes and ride off into the sunset. With over 2,000 miles of road to explore, you’ll never run out of places to stop and enjoy each other’s company.
- Racetrack. For the adrenaline junkies, how about getting hitched at a racetrack? There are now several tracks around the country that offer special packages for weddings, complete with on-site catering and accommodation.
- A motorcycle museum. Whether it’s a small, local museum or a large, national one, a motorcycle museum can make for an interesting and unique wedding setting. You and your guests can wander among the exhibits, admire the beautiful machines on display, and even take a few photos with them.
- An outdoor amphitheater. Amphitheaters are perfect for biker-themed weddings because they already have a bit of an edgy feel to them. And, if you choose an outdoor amphitheater, you can take advantage of the beautiful scenery as well.
- Campground. For couples who love nothing more than hitting the open road, a campground wedding could be perfect. Imagine exchanging vows beneath the stars, then spending your first night as husband and wife tucked away in a cozy tent. Don’t forget to book a campground that’s big enough to accommodate all your guests—and their bikes!
- Motorcycle garage. This is an ideal option if you and your spouse are both avid motorcycle enthusiasts (which, of course, you are!). You can decorate the space with motorcycle memorabilia and use motorcycles as part of your wedding décor.
- Bike shop. Another great option for motorcycle enthusiasts is to hold their wedding at a local bike shop. This can be a fun and creative way to show off your shared passion for two-wheeled transport.
- Outdoor concert. If you and your partner are music lovers, then holding your wedding at an outdoor concert could be the perfect choice for you. This type of venue offers a fun and festive atmosphere, plus you can enjoy the entertainment while you celebrate your big day.
Wherever you decide to get married, just remember that the most important thing is that you’re surrounded by the people who matter most to you.
Biker Weddings: Vows for Bikers
- I promise to always keep the throttle wide open.
- I pledge to never leave you stranded on the side of the road.
- I vow to never put anything before our relationship – even my bike.
- I will always be there for you, no matter what.
- I promise to never let you down.
- I will always be your loyal companion on the open road.
- I vow to never take life too seriously – especially when we’re out riding together!
- I promise to always be honest with you, no matter what.
- I will never tire of hearing your stories about the open road.
- I pledge to support your dreams and aspirations, no matter what they may be.
- I will always remember that life is too short to waste time arguing with you – let’s just enjoy riding together!
- I vow to never take our time together for granted – there’s only so much fuel in the tank.
- I will always cherish our moments together, both on and off the bike.
- I promise to never go on a ride without you if I know you don’t want to.
- I vow to be here for you through thick and thin – even if that means sitting in the garage and working on bikes together.
- I promise to make sure that our home is always a happy one and full of road-trip memories.
- I pledge to love you unconditionally, even when you’re driving me crazy.
- There will always be an open seat for you on my bike.
- I vow to motorcycle with you until we’re 99 years old and our kids are sick of hearing about it.
- Thanks for being my partner in crime – let’s hit the open road and see what adventures await us.
Biker Wedding Thank You Cards
A motorcycle-themed thank-you card is a perfect way to show your appreciation to a friend or family member who loves to ride.
There are endless possibilities when it comes to design.
Here are 20 great ideas for biker-themed thank-you cards:
- A photo of you and the recipient on a motorcycle ride together.
- A vintage motorcycle postcard.
- A scenic photograph of a winding road with mountains or forests in the background.
- A motorcycle silhouette against a sunset or sunrise.
- A cartoon image of a motorcyclist with a big thumbs-up sign.
- “Thanks for revving up my life!” inside a card featuring a roaring motorcycle engine.
- “I couldn’t have pulled off this party without you!” inside a card showing a lone rider on an empty highway at night.
- “Thank you for being such a wheelie great friend!” featuring an image of a stunt rider performing a wheelie on their motorcycle.
- “I appreciate you more than you know!” along with an image of two riders hugging each other while stopped at an old diner on Route 66.
- “Your help was invaluable!” with an illustration of someone tightening a rider’s helmet before they take off.
- “Thank you for going the extra mile!” next to an image of a long-distance rider crossing state lines on their bike.
- “Thanks for always being there for me!” accompanied by an image of two friends riding side by side down a deserted country road.
- “I couldn’t have done it without you!” next to an illustration of someone getting their bike towed after breaking down on the side of the road.
- “You’re one in a million!” featuring an image of a rare vintage motorcycle parked in front of an old-fashioned garage.
- “You always know how to make me smile!” along with an image of two friends laughing and joking around while working on their bikes in a garage.
- “Your support means everything to me!” below an image of two riders giving each other encouraging looks as they ride through tough terrain.
- “You rode through this exciting time with me! Thank you!” over an image of two friends embracing after arriving at their destination.
- If you know the person you’re thanking is a fan of a particular motorcycle brand, consider getting a thank-you card with that logo on it. For example, if they love Harley-Davidsons, you could get a card with the classic bar and shield logo.
- If the person you’re thanking is an avid rider, they’re sure to appreciate a thank-you card that features a scenic motorcycle route. You could even personalize the route map by marking out the places where they’ve ridden before. Include a message inside the card letting them know how much you appreciate their wedding gift.
- A thank you card that looks like a license plate. This would be a fun and creative way to show your appreciation for any gifts related to motorcycles or biking. You could write something like, “Thank you for being part of our journey! We’re so excited to start this new chapter together.”
Biker Wedding Gifts
At biker weddings, it only makes sense to give biker-themed gifts to the bride and groom.
Check out this hand-selected list of some of my all-time favorite biker wedding gifts:
- Personalized Motorcycle Name Art (very cool vintage gift)
- ATLAS Throttle Lock (Cruise control for a motorcycle)
- His and Hers Motorcycle Jackets (Every biker needs a good leather jacket or two)
- Motorcycle backpacks (His and Her)
- Extended Stretched Hard Saddlebags (Perfect for long-road travelers)
- A motorcycle-shaped cake topper
- A motorcycle detail cake cutter
- Groom’s cake in the shape of a motorcycle
- “Just Married” license plate frame for the back of the motorcycle
- Motorcycle helmet cakes
- Chocolate-dipped strawberries on a stick made to look like motorcycles with handlebars
- Forks, knives, and spoons with motorcycle handles
- Motorcycle sunglasses
- Customized bike plates
- Bike chain cufflinks
- Skull cap helmet cover
- Highway tire rings (made from real tires with travel on them)
- “Ride Hard” belt buckle
- Motorcycle luggage rack
- Motorcycle phone mount
- Cold weather backavala
- Inscribed bike cover
- Helmet holder wall mount
- Motorcycle motion alarm sensor
- Bike-worthy combat boots
- Biker bell
- Motorcycle security box
- Upgraded motorcycle seat cushion
- His and Hers motorcycle gloves
- Motorcycle LED light kit
Biker Wedding Traditions
Two biker wedding traditions I love are the Biker Bell and the Frist Ride.
Here’s a quick explanation of both traditions in case you want to incorporate either (or both) of the into your ceremony.
One of the most unique traditions at biker weddings is the exchange of biker bells.
For many couples, this is a way to symbolize their shared love of the open road. The idea is that each bell will ring whenever the couple is out on a ride, creating a special way to stay connected even when they’re apart.
While the tradition may seem like a small thing, it’s actually quite significant. Exchanging bells is a way for couples to show their commitment to one another, and to their shared passion for riding.
It’s also a reminder that no matter where life takes them, they’ll always have each other to lean on.
Next, let’s talk about the First Ride.
At a biker wedding, instead of (or in addition to) a first dance, the wedding couple will take a first motorcycle ride together as husband and wife.
This tradition is meant to symbolize the couple’s freedom and commitment to adventure.
It also ensures that the bride and groom get some quality time together on their special day. While the route of the first ride is often carefully planned in advance, it’s not uncommon for spontaneous detours and pit stops along the way.
After all, this is supposed to be a fun and memorable experience for the newlyweds.
You can also choose from this list of unique biker wedding traditions:
- The bride and groom can arrive at the ceremony on a motorcycle.
- Play motorcycle-themed songs during the ceremony, such as “Born to Be Wild” and “The Wind Cries Mary.”
- The bridal party can wear motorcycle jackets instead of traditional gowns or suits.
- The ceremony can take place at a local motorcycle club or event.
- Instead of bouquets, the bridesmaids can carry small motorcycles or mini helmets adorned with flowers.
- The ring bearer can carry the rings down the aisle on a small motorcycle or in a miniature helmet.
- The guest book can be an old motorcycle license plate or helmet signed by all the guests.
- For favors, guests can be given miniature motorcycles or keychains in the shape of motorcycles.
- As part of the entertainment, hire a professional stunt rider to perform tricks on a motorcycle during the reception.
- The bride and groom can take their wedding photos with their motorcycles.
- Serve hearty comfort food at the reception, such as burgers and fries or chicken-fried steak.
- Incorporate motorcycles into your wedding hashtags, such as #RidingIntoLove or #RevvedUpForLove.
- Plan a post-wedding ride for all of the bike enthusiasts in attendance.
- Play bike-themed games like relay races and obstacle courses.
- Give away vintage motorcycle parts.
- The bride and groom exchange motorcycle-themed vows.
- “Tying the knot” literally occurs with rope (or a chain) and two motorcycles.
- “Spin out” instead of bouquet toss; Bride throws her helmet to single ladies.
Here is a good video about traditions at biker weddings:
Biker Wedding Decorations
Biker weddings are known for being a bit unconventional.
But that doesn’t mean that you can’t have a beautiful and stylish wedding. And it doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for something simple and streamlined or something a little more over-the-top.
Here are some tips on how to decorate for a biker wedding:
- Give out motorcycle license plate frames as wedding favors.
- Create a “bike wash” photo booth, complete with sudsy buckets and sponges, for guests to enjoy.
- Hang pictures of the bride and groom on their motorcycles throughout the reception hall or venue.
- The tables are decorated with miniature motorcycles or helmet centerpieces.
- A vintage Harley Davidson is parked near the entrance of the reception venue.
- Use motorcycle tires as vases for your floral centerpieces.
- Project images of classic Americana roadside attractions onto a wall or screen during dinner (think: Route 66 signs, old diners, etc).
- Adorn the ceremony space with motorcycle wheels, for example as part of the altar decorations.
- Place motorcycle helmets on each seat at the ceremony for guests to take home as favors.
- For the reception, line up vintage motorcycles as part of the photo backdrop or along the wall as décor.
- Hang strings of “biker bunting” around the room or dance floor area.
- Scatter motorcycle confetti around tables or on the dance floor.
- Set out bowls of motorcycle keychains as guest favors.
- Decorate tables with vases of fresh flowers in motorcycle helmets.
- Use motorcycle license plates as table names or numbers.
- Put together a slideshow of pictures of the bride and groom with their motorcycles.
- If it’s an outdoor wedding, the guests can sit on their bikes instead of chairs.
- Line the aisle with motorcycles or bike parts.
- Decorate the tables with maps of famous biking routes in the US.
- Rent a luxury motorcycle to show off at your ceremony.
- Add some edge with skulls and studs. Skulls and studs are another big part of the biker look, so consider using them as part of your decorations. You can find skull-shaped candles, vases, and even cake toppers online or at local party stores.
- A backdrop for the head table or cake table made from motorcycle tires strung together with fairy lights (Bonus points if you can find tires that match your wedding colors).
Biker Wedding Cakes
I’m planning my wedding right now so I know how important the cake is to the festivities.
For biker weddings, consider these wedding cake concoctions:
- A cake that looks like a Harley Davidson motorcycle.
- A motorcycle helmet cake.
- A motorcycle-shaped cake with the bride and groom’s initials on it.
- A three-tiered cake with each tier being a different flavor. The top tier could be a vanilla cake with chocolate frosting, the middle tier could be a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting, and the bottom tier could be an all-chocolate cake.
- A wedding cake decorated with sugar skulls and roses.
- A wedding cake that is black and white with ribbon or lace icing interwoven around it to resemble a tattoo.
- A wedding cake where each tier is progressively smaller until it reaches the top which is a single cupcake with a topper of the bride and groom on their motorcycle.
- A wedding cake that is half sheet cake decorated to look like a road map leading to the Chillicothe Missouri Bike Rally with sugar fondant bikes, flags, and other rally memorabilia representing different points along the way.
- A simple one or two-tiered wedding cake with a biker theme topper like a bride riding side saddle on a motorcycle or the happy couple driving off into the sunset on their Harleys.
- If you want something really easy you could do cupcakes decorated with bike helmets, Swiss Miss motorcyclist figurines, or silver Horseshoes for a good luck charm.
- Wedding cake in the shape of a motorcycle tire.
- Decorate your cake with sugar-crafted motorcycle club logos.
- Adorn the cake with toppers that represent all the rides the couple has taken together.
- A wedding cake that is designed to look like motorcycle boots and gloves.
- Create a motorcycle engine-shaped wedding cake.
- A wedding cake covered in “graffiti,” with biker gang symbols and slogans written in icing.
- An upside-down wedding cake, suspended from the ceiling so that it looks like the guests are riding their motorcycles underneath it.
- A three-dimensional wedding cake shaped like a winding road, with bikers riding along the top and sides of the cake.
- You can never go wrong with a classic black-and-white wedding cake, but you can add a biker twist by using chrome accents instead of traditional silver or gold.
- Serve the wedding cake to guests on their bikes delivered in small motorcycle helmet mugs.
Biker Weddings: Photography and Videography
Biker weddings are full of wonderful opportunities for wedding photos and videography.
You may be wondering, “Is wedding videography worth it?” And to that, I say, “Absolutely!” You’ll want photo and video memories from your big day.
Here is a list of photography and video ideas for biker weddings:
- The bride and groom arrive at the ceremony site on their bikes.
- The bride and groom leave the ceremony site on their bikes, waving to guests as they drive off.
- The wedding party riding bikes together during the pre-ceremony photo session.
- The bride and groom each take a spin on a motorcycle during the reception.
- The bride and groom doing a “ burnout” on their bikes during the reception (if you’re feeling really adventurous!).
- A close-up shot of the bride’s or groom’s motorcycle helmet, with their name or initials adorned on it.
- The bride and groom drive away from the reception on their bikes, with streamers or ribbon blowing in the wind behind them (Just be sure to secure everything well so nothing gets caught in the bike’s spokes!)
- A series of photos showing the bride and groom with each member of their wedding party, taken on motorcycles or in front of them.
- A photo or video montage set to music featuring pictures and footage from throughout the couple’s relationship, including any time spent riding motorcycles together.
- The bride and groom revving their engines.
- The bride and groom with classic or antique motorcycles.
- The bride and groom with their children or pets on motorcycles.
- The bride in her wedding dress on a motorcycle.
- The bride and groom ride their motorcycles down the aisle.
- The bride and groom with their motorcycles in front of a scenic backdrop.
- You could also set up a photo booth with props like helmets, jackets, and license plates as decorations, etc.
- The bride and groom with their motorcycles inside a garage or workshop.
- The wedding party riding their motorcycles in a procession.
- A close-up shot of the bride’s motorcycle helmet with her veil blowing in the wind.
- A close-up shot of the groom’s motorcycle helmet with his boutonniere attached to it.
- A shot of the bride and groom kissing while seated on their motorcycles.
- A shot of the bridal party lined up on their motorcycles, dressed in their wedding finery.
- A shot of the groomsmen revving their engines as they await the arrival of the bride and groom.
- Slow-motion video of bride and groom getting on or off their bikes.
- The couple’s bikes parked side-by-side at the altar.
- A photo of the cake with motorcycle-themed decorations.
- A shot of the braids in the bride’s or bridesmaids’ hair adorned with small charms like skulls or motorcycle chains.
- A photo or video of the groomsmen lifting the groom and his motorcycle over their heads.
- The couple doing a “wheelie” on their motorcycles in front of the wedding guests (this one is sure to get some laughs).
- The bride throwing her bouquet from the back of a motorcycle.
Quotes for Biker Weddings
No biker wedding is complete without some good quotes.
You can inscribe these quotes in your invitation letter thank-you note, or on decorations at your wedding.
Here is a list of some of my favorite sayings for biker weddings and celebrations:
- “Sometimes your Knight in your shiny armor turns out to be a biker in dirty leathers.”―Anonymous
- “If you want to be happy for a day, nap. If you want to be happy for a year, marry. If you want to be happy for a lifetime, ride a motorcycle.”- Anonymous
- “There’s something about the smell of a motorcycle that just makes my heart race.”―Anonymous
- “It wasn’t until I went to college and I got my first motorcycle that I understood the thrill of speed.”―Vin Diesel
- “You’re doing it wrong if your motorcycle doesn’t take you on an adventure.”―Anonymous
- “It’s not a gang. It’s a loose association of rugged outdoorsmen.”―Anonymous
- “I look my best when I take my helmet off after a long motorcycle ride. I have a glow and a bit of helmet hair.”―Eric Bana
- “That’s all the motorcycle is, a system of concepts worked out in steel.”―Anonymous
- “I am grateful for what the motorcycle has brought into my life: adventure, love, and most importantly, brotherhood.”―Anonymous
- “You do not need a therapist if you own a motorcycle, any kind of motorcycle!”―Dan Aykroyd
- “Sometimes it takes a whole tankful of fuel before you can think straight.”―Anonymous
- “Riding a motorcycle is like flying. All your senses are alive. When I’m riding, I’m free as a bird.”―Anonymous
- “Take a journey, soar like an eagle, there are so many roads to explore, so little time.”―Anonymous
- “When I’m riding my motorcycle, I’m glad to be alive. When I stop riding my motorcycle, I’m glad to be alive.”―Neil Peart
- “A motorcycle is an independent thing – it’s alive and it has a personality. It takes care of you if you take care of it.”―Anonymous
- “Just because my path is different, doesn’t mean I’m lost.”―Anonymous
- “There is something basic and primal about riding motorcycles that appeals to me.”―Anonymous
- “A hobby is when you buy a new bike. Passion is when you keep the old one running.”―Anonymous
- “You live more for five minutes going fast on a bike than other people do all their life.”―Marco Simoncelli
- “There was always some part of me that wanted to get on a bike and just ride off into the sunset.”―Anonymous
- “It gives you total freedom. You’re out in the elements, you’re feeling everything.”―Anonymous
- “When people ask me what kind of rider I am, I tell them, ‘Happy.’ Happy with what I’m doing. Happy with the people I’m riding with. Just happy.”―Anonymous
- “Harley-Davidson evokes more emotion than any other two words in the English language.”―Anonymous
- “The reason I’m drawn to it is – both the off-road racing and the motorcycles on the track – it takes a lot for me to quiet my brain and anything that requires 100% of my attention and focus I find very soothing and that is the closest I get to being content.”―Dax Shepard
- “I am happy to live dangerously.”―Susan R. Grayzel
- “God didn’t create metal so that man could make paper clips!”―Harley Davidson
- “I’m completely in love with being on a motorcycle.”―Anonymous
- “You know more of a road by having traveled it than by all the conjectures and descriptions in the world.”―William Hazlitt
- “I’d rather be a rider for a minute, than a spectator for a lifetime.”―Anonymous
- “Love is like a motorcycle. It’s loud, it’s exhilarating, and it can be dangerous. But when it’s done right, it’s the best feeling in the world.”―Anonymous
Final Thoughts: Biker Weddings
The bottom line is that biker weddings are often wild and fun celebrations of both love and the couple getting hitched.
Polish up your favorite bike, pick out your best outfit, and enjoy the ceremony.
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