Gunner: This is for the military man in your crew.4. Patriot: At least one guy in the group always has an American flag displayed somewhere on his bike or gear.10. Big Bass: When you can’t find another nickname, this option works well. Popeye: I love this nickname, and you don’t have to only use it as badass biker names.16. Knuckles: This is the guy that you should never mess with.33.
Gearhead: I feel like this would be a good name for the one guy who knows everything about fixing and repairing motorcycles.5. Shovelhead: You could use this name, but it doesn’t sound very nice. Army: Obviously, this could be an easy nickname for an Army guy.11. Rock: This is for that really muscular and burly fella.17. Trucker: Probably not the most logical name for a biker.34.
Bear Trap: It would be more ironic if there is a guy in the group with the nickname, “Bear.”4. Goldie: This is for the golden-haired gal in your group.6. Angel: Because she looks like an angel, but rides like the devil.11. Rivet: This has a strikingly badass sound to it.14.
Kitty: This is just adorable, and it would be a great name for a Katherine or Mikayla.7. Shorty: I don’t think I would like being called Shorty.9. Kiki: This is perfect for anyone who’s name starts with a C or K.12. Silky: I imagine a girl with the name Silky would have amazing hair.15.
Because of the line of work, police dogs have a need to be viewed as tough, strong, and somewhat aggressive. Most of the time, German shepherds and Doberman pinschers are the chosen breeds for police work, though Labrador retrievers, golden retrievers, and Brestons are also popular for the work.