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History of Biker Rings

After the Mexican Civil War the peso was devalued that the craftsmen started melting down the pesos and crafting them into big, solid rings that was worth more than the currency themselves. In the 40′s & 50′s, the American Motorcycle “Clubs” would travel down to the border towns near Mexico and for the cost of about five American dollars they were able to purchase their own Mexican souvenir rings. These rings were made primarily of silver and brass, so it was easy to see why someone wanted these rings for fashion as they also doubled as an improvised knuckle-duster.

The Biker Nation has an enormous selection of these biker rings. Our rings are beautifully crafted with preciously detailed designs. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee our biker rings are made from re-forged pesos, however, we can guarantee that the quality of our materials are top-notch stainless steel. You really cannot find designs like these anywhere else but through us

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  • Gen White on

    Impressive story. I had no idea.


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