MOTORCYCLE CHALLENGE COIN “The Bikers Code” Brotherhood Honor Respect Integrity

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MOTORCYCLE CHALLENGE COIN “The Bikers Code” Brotherhood Honor Respect Integrity

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Brass, Antique Brass

Motorcycle Challenge Coin

This Challenge Coin is made of brass, has an antique gold finish, measures 1.75 inches (44mm) in diameter.

I wanted to start the time tested tradition of the “Coin Check” with the group of riders I’m associated with. I searched the internet and motorcycle dealers for a motorcycle related coin we could use. I found quite a few that were nice, but they were specific to a brand of motorcycle. It just wasn’t what I was looking for.

So I put pencil to paper and came up with this unique design. After a few weeks of sketching, cutting and pasting, erasing and redrawing, I sent my thoughts to a graphic designer to put it all together. Then after making 4 more revisions, I came up with this design. It’s not specific to a certain brand of motorcycle so can be used or given to any motorcycle rider.

Start your own “Challenge Coin” tradition with your friends, relatives, co-workers, group, club etc.

This would also make a unique gift for the motorcycle enthusiast, challenge coin collector, or anyone who collects motorcycle related memorabilia.

Side 1.
Features a Handshake as well as a Bikers Two Finger Wave encircled with the words “THE BIKERS CODE” along with “HONOR”, “RESPECT” and “INTEGRITY”.

Side 2.
Features a Motorcycle, a Blacktop Highway, Sunrise, Mountains, American Bald Eagle and an American Flag encircled with the words “AMERICAN BIKER” - “U.S.A.”, “IF I HAVE TO EXPLAIN…” - “YOU WOULDN’T UNDERSTAND”, “KEEP THE SUNNY SIDE UP” - “AND THE RUBBER SIDE DOWN”, “ENJOY THE RIDE” - “ONE DOWN THE REST ARE UP”.

There are several variations of “Coin Check Rules” found on the internet. Here are the basic rules of the “Coin Check”.

Used in the tradition of “buying a round” of drinks. The challenger will initiate the tradition by holding up their own coin and stating “Coin Check”. Anyone found to not have their coin on-hand, buys the round. If everyone produces their coin, the challenger buys the round.
Motorcycle Challenge Coin

This Challenge Coin is made of brass, has an antique gold finish, measures 1.75 inches (44mm) in diameter.

I wanted to start the time tested tradition of the “Coin Check” with the group of riders I’m associated with. I searched the internet and motorcycle dealers for a motorcycle related coin we could use. I found quite a few that were nice, but they were specific to a brand of motorcycle. It just wasn’t what I was looking for.

So I put pencil to paper and came up with this unique design. After a few weeks of sketching, cutting and pasting, erasing and redrawing, I sent my thoughts to a graphic designer to put it all together. Then after making 4 more revisions, I came up with this design. It’s not specific to a certain brand of motorcycle so can be used or given to any motorcycle rider.

Start your own “Challenge Coin” tradition with your friends, relatives, co-workers, group, club etc.

This would also make a unique gift for the motorcycle enthusiast, challenge coin collector, or anyone who collects motorcycle related memorabilia.

Side 1.
Features a Handshake as well as a Bikers Two Finger Wave encircled with the words “THE BIKERS CODE” along with “HONOR”, “RESPECT” and “INTEGRITY”.

Side 2.
Features a Motorcycle, a Blacktop Highway, Sunrise, Mountains, American Bald Eagle and an American Flag encircled with the words “AMERICAN BIKER” - “U.S.A.”, “IF I HAVE TO EXPLAIN…” - “YOU WOULDN’T UNDERSTAND”, “KEEP THE SUNNY SIDE UP” - “AND THE RUBBER SIDE DOWN”, “ENJOY THE RIDE” - “ONE DOWN THE REST ARE UP”.

There are several variations of “Coin Check Rules” found on the internet. Here are the basic rules of the “Coin Check”.

Used in the tradition of “buying a round” of drinks. The challenger will initiate the tradition by holding up their own coin and stating “Coin Check”. Anyone found to not have their coin on-hand, buys the round. If everyone produces their coin, the challenger buys the round.

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