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101 Badass Biker Names

Updated on June 23, 2016

Having grown up in the biker culture, I’ve had a chance to meet a lot of really awesome and interesting people. I’ve also heard many nicknames, some of them too colorful to place into this article. Typically, when you join up with a crew of bikers, your nickname will come naturally, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a little outside help to influence the name.

A lot of nicknames I’ve heard are a mix of the person’s trade and their first name like “Tattoo Mike”. Obviously, Mike was a tattoo artist. Others were a bit more cryptic like a gruff guy that I only knew by the name of Rooster. To this day, I still don’t know what his last name was. Heck, he might not even have one!

Whatever your nickname, it should be a reflection of who you are and what you portray or stand for. Below are some ideas you can use to help come up with your nickname. A good nickname doesn’t just sound cool, it tells a story. Remember that when trying to think of a nickname for others to know you by.

Biker Names for Guys

As I said before, many times your biker name comes naturally, but that's not to say you can't choose it yourself. Here are some tips to help you choose a kickass name.

  • Make it personal: Use your real name, use your profession, use your hometown, use your interests, use whatever you want that makes it unique to you.
  • Make it funny: Not a requirement, but a funny name is always a great conversation starter! I bet Rooster would have a great story behind it.
  • Make it easy to remember: This isn't a time to get formal and fancy. Keep your name short and simple so fellow bikers will remember it.

Now that you know what makes a great biker name, here are some examples I've heard over the years.

Army
Foghorn
Popeye
Bear
Forger
Rider
Big Bass
Gearhead
Rock
Boulder
Gears
Rooster
Breaker
Griller
Rubble
Brewer
Grinder
Saddle
Brick
Gunner
Shotgun
Brute
Handlebar
Shovelhead
Buffalo
Hawk
Smokey
Butch
Ink
Snake
Buzz
Iron
Snoopy
Capone
Ironclad
Tank
Chains
Knuckles
Tats
Crow
Mac
Texas
Cueball
Mammoth
Tiny
Doc
Man
Trucker
Eagle
Patriot
Welder
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Biker Names for Girls

Motorcycles aren't just for the guys anymore! Chicks like to ride too! Here are some naming tips for the ladies!

  • Make it fierce: You're badass! You're fiesty! You're a biker! If you're going to come up with your own name, make sure it resembles what a awesomely intimidating woman you are!
  • Make it sexy: Of course a leather-clad lady deserves a sexy name! If this is your style, pick a name that shows your sultry side!
  • Make it suit you: But most importantly, your name must match your personality or appearance! Are you a party girl? Tequila or Margarita would be fun names to consider. Maybe you've got a head full of red curls? Curly or Ginger might fit you perfectly!

Don't pick a name just based on how it sounds, pick it because it suits you! If you want some more ideas, here are 50 sample biker chick names to consider!

Angel
Goldie
Panther
Archie
Hornet
Peanut
Banshee
Kiki
Pinky
Bear Trap
Kitty
Poison
Bonnie
Kiwi
Queenie
Bumblebee
Lambchops
Raisin
Claws
Lashes
Rivet
Corset
Legs
Shorty
Cougar
Lolita
Silky
Crush
Maddog
Siren
Ducky
Mama Bear
Smoke
Ebony
Margarita
Sprocket
Fishnet
Mexico
Stiletto
Fox
Minnie
Taz
Foxy
Mom
Tequila
Garter
Nails
Widow
Ginger
Old Lady
 

Make the name a good one. Make sure it is something that you’ll like years from now. Remember, bikers are a family, which means this will probably be your nickname for life.

Make sure it makes sense for you and certainly do your best to have a story that helps explain your nickname. Telling someone you got your nickname because “it sounded cool” might work for teenagers, but not for bikers. If your nickname isn’t self-explanatory, then make sure you know why you have the nickname you do.

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