Motorcycle Cremation Urns

About Motorcycle Cremation Urns

When it's time to say goodbye to a biker, not just any cremation urn will do. Motorcycle urns from Perfect Memorials can make the perfect resting place, honoring both the individual and the motorcycle that he or she loved. Choose from a variety of traditional and unique urns, including those made from real bike parts.

Motorcycle Urn Options

You have a variety of options available when it comes to choosing a motorcycle urn, including traditional vases, sculptural urns, cubes and boxes, and even urns that incorporate motorcycle parts. Which urn you choose depends on your personal preference and what you think your departed loved one would like.

Vase Urns

Perhaps the most traditional of urns, a vase motorcycle urn is typically made of brass and includes an image of a motorcycle or biker on the side. In most cases, the name of the deceased, dates, and a brief message can be added. These urns usually open at the top and are sealed with a threaded lid.

Sculptural Urns

Sculptural motorcycle urns are highly detailed and often feature a figure of a motorcycle on top. They are usually made of cold cast resin, which can be given the appearance of bronze without the weight or expense. You may also find this type of urn in the shape of a motorcycle tank. An engraved plaque can typically be attached to the side of the urn.

Boxes and Cubes

A very popular options, motorcycle urns in the shape of boxes or cubes may be made of wood or metal. Wooden boxes will often include an image on one side, showing the silhouette of a biker, a motorcycle engine, or a similar picture. Cube urns are often made of bronze or stainless steel, and they may include the image of a motorcycle along with custom engraving.

Unique Urns

For a special piece that reflects the uniqueness of your loved one, consider a cremation urn made from real motorcycle cylinders mounted on a solid base. Made by bikers for bikers, these urns include a customizable nameplate attached to the base.

Choosing the Right Urn

Once you've selected an urn style, make sure that it is available in the size that you need. A good rule of thumb is that for each pound of weight that the deceased weighed before cremation, you'll need 1 cubic inch of volume in the urn. If your loved one weighed 200 pounds, for example, you'll need a motorcycle urn that holds at least 200 cubic inches. If you're only keeping a portion of the ashes, there are many keepsake and sharing urns available.

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How to select the right size urn

Enter in an approximate weight of your loved one before cremation and we will tell you the size needed.

Choosing the right size urn

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Choosing the right size urn is easy. For every one pound before cremation you will need 1 cubic inch of volume. For example, a loved one weighing 200 pounds will need an urn that is at least 200 cubic inches or larger. Choosing an urn larger then you need is OK.