Daytona Bike Week

Daytona Beach Bike Week 2012 Tattoo Guide

With Daytona Beach Bike Week 2012 in full swing, you may be trying to figure out how to make the good times last. You may even be considering memorializing your experience with a tattoo. I mean, what else is gonna guarantee you never forget the bikini wresting girls you met on Main Street after riding around the Loop on your Harley better than getting stuck several hundred times with an ink-filled needle? Events like Bike Week are a popular excuse opportunity to get that first tattoo or add to your already well-decorated arm sleeve.

But let me just say this, especially for those of you who may think a tattoo is not for you – even if you haven’t made a clear-headed decision to make your body a canvas for some memorable body art, it is always a good idea to create a contingency plan beforehand. This is because, as we all know, sometimes tattoos just happen, and if you don’t have a plan in place you might wind up waking up one day with Kermit the Frog on your butt.

So, to avoid all potential permanent cartoon character/Muppet markings (unless of course that’s your thing, cuz there’s nothing wrong with that) I suggest putting a little thought into your perfect tattoo before you ever go near a parlor. We’re talking about finding the image that is really going to tell people what you’re all about.

According to the random Google search I just did, there are a vast number of symbols that bikers have adopted as their own. Eagles, flames, skulls, motorcycles racing, a grasshopper riding a motorcycle, the name and year of the biker event where you got the tattoo – all of these can create an impression. See these biker tattoos for some inspiration.

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