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Motorcycle Tattoos Pictures Gallery - Tattoos on Motorcycle Riders

By Walter F. Kern

Pictures of motorcycle tattoos that adorn actual bikers or motorcycle riders

Motorcycle Tattoos PicturesMany motorcycle riders or bikers have motorcycle tattoos that relate their lives to their motorcycles. We display pictures of these motorcycle tattoos here. These motorcycle tattoos are works of art and indeed are an important part of motorcycle art.

If you have a motorcycle tattoo, submit a picture of your motorcycle tattoo for our Motorcycle Tattoos Gallery by using the submission link below. We prefer motorcycle tattoos that relate to motorcycles but we will accept other tattoos so long as they adorn actual motorcyclists.

Pictures of body piercings are acceptable also.

I must restrict all pictures of motorcycle tattoos and piercings received to not involve explicit sexual body parts. I'd like to keep the pictures of motorcycle tattoos and piercings to those in good artistic taste. Again, the motorcycle tattoos and piercings must adorn actual motorcyclists.

Also, when you submit your own tattoo for inclusion in the Motorcycle Tattoos Gallery, please tell us the Year, Make, and Model of your current bike and we'll place it under the picture of your tattoo.

View the Motorcycle Tattoos Pictures:

All Motorcycle Tattoos

Most Recent Motorcycle Tattoos

Submit a Picture of Your Own Motorcycle Tattoo

Note: When you're out at a motorcycle rally and happen upon a vendor who is doing tattoos outside in a tent, please be aware of the safety issues. Forty years ago tattoo artists were doing tattoos this way. That was before it was recognized that everything must be clean and sterile. Now, tattoo artists should be licensed and inspected by the health authorities before the event and are required to follow Universal Precautions during the event just as they would in their own shops. That can't be done in a tent. Read this article by Karen Hudson, former About.com Guide to Tattoos / Body Piercings, to learn about this important topic before you find yourself getting a bad tattoo.

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