What Do The Symbols In Biker Pendants Mean?

In gthic, motorbike riding is a way of life, as it is said, we ride to live and live to ride. To these bikers, jewelry is more than just an adornment, it is an integral part of their culture and has a lot to say about their beliefs. They believe in letting their accessories be a perfect expression and reflection of their personalities.

Bikers’ demeanor is generally cohesive. It is expressed in the symbolic jewelry pendants, a major part of their identity. There is one for you, whether you choose to dress simple or in a rather sophisticated style, you can get the piece that most suits you, and these pendants are simply mild, passing the message across in subtlety.

Maybe you are just a part-time cyclist, then you need to wear it before the race, and the pendant will engulf you with the spirit of a motorcyclist in seconds. Otherwise, you can wear it behind your tees for your everyday activities.

Whether it's a cycling club party, or a motorcycle gang membership emblem, or even a solo weekend rider’s preference, bikers are well enlightened on how to leverage a variety of symbols to perfectly reflect their personalities. The Viking ax and devout cross are the most significant elements of riders. They also believe in protective symbols such as the skull, used to scare away death. It is believed to save the lives of motorcyclists.

What do these biker symbols mean?


The Vikings and bikers have a lot in common. They both possess admirable courage, perseverance, and steep masculinity. The Vikings symbol signifies courage and respect - the sturdy and firm appearance, and the attitude of taking on bad guys. The Viking symbol is commonplace in the biker jewelry. It also shows masculinity and is often believed to have a "protective" implication.

The Viking symbols and portraits include the figures of Scandinavian gods (Thor, Loki, Odin, etc) and their attributes (axes, hammers, helmets with horns, etc). Dress with a jing hammer pendant and wield one of the most powerful weapons in mythology.

No discussion of Von Dutch would be complete without an elaborate consideration of his famous Flying Eyeball logo. The symbol signifies "the eye in the sky knows all and sees all". Most bikers choose it as a talisman, and that the image on themselves or draw it on their motorcycles as protection during the game.

Dating back to the 19th century, the iron cross has been a symbol of honor and heroism in both the Prussian and German armies. In the 1960s, America saw a new wave of interest in the iron cross. Surfers began wearing these medals as a form of youthful rebellion. Now, the tradition of wearing iron cross pendant has been deeply integrated into the bikers’ culture, and since it is ancient, not every biker understands its true meaning, but it is widely accepted as a symbol of honor, bravery, and rebellion.



Legend has it that Evil Road Spirits latch themselves onto motorcycles on the road. It goes on to say that by attaching a small bell onto your bike, the Evil Road Spirits will become trapped inside the bell where the constant ringing drives them insane, making them lose their grip and fall to the ground. For the path is evil and treacherous, protect against it with your guardian bell pendant.


The Ace of Spades is the highest card in the deck. It despises death and demonstrates fearlessness and indifference to danger. People believe that death temporarily marks its victims, but what happens if they are already marked (Jewelry or tattoos)? Then death will shrink, and this idea makes bikers happy.

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