How to Dress Like Hotline Miami Biker

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Hotline Miami Biker Costume Guide
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Best Hotline Miami Biker Costume Guide

Biker is a significant character in the shooter video game series, Hotline Miami. He is considered a secondary role in the game, which could be regarded as a villain or a neutral character. Biker is a spree killer who takes on jobs from 50 Blessings, an ultra-nationalist terrorist organization. He receives instructions on his answering machine and completes the jobs wearing his motorcycle helmet. Bike opts out of the animal mask that other operatives wear. He has no interest in the organization’s political agendas as he only agrees to take jobs to satisfy his thrill for violence.

Create a great Hotline Miami cosplay with this Biker costume guide. This killer cosplay should include a Quilted Vest, Levi’s Jeans, and a White T-Shirt. His accessories include a Fake Bloody Cleaver, Leather Gloves, Motorcycle Helmet, and a Skull Patch to place on your vest.

Hotline Miami Biker Cosplay Costumes

Underneath the turquoise motorcycle helmet that he always wears, Biker has blue eyes and long teal hair. He appears to be in his mid-twenties and has developed a disheveled appearance since 1991. His drinking problem leads to his pale skin, bloodshot eyes, and dry lips. He has a large and hideous scar on his face, which he may have likely gotten from a fight with Jacket, the game’s central character. Biker is a sharp contrast to Jacket in terms of appearance. While Jacket prefers dull brown clothing and natural blonde hair, Biker wears bright pink clothing and has eccentric dyed hair. Jacket drives a DeLorean while Biker drives around in a mean sports bike.

To give more impact to your Biker costume set, you can smear a little fake blood over your clothing and skin for a more sinister look. Team up with Jacket, your fellow killer, to compile a dynamic duo cosplay as both characters from Hotline Miami.

About Hotline Miami Biker

Biker started working for 50 Blessings during the 80s. At that time, the organization began signing people up to help take down crime operations linked to the Russian Mafia. Biker started to get bored with all the killings for 50 Blessings. He went against orders so that he could leave his job. After turning down several jobs, he killed many people to complete his objective of getting out. Biker got into a fight with Jacket, which resulted in the scar on the across his face.

He made a cameo appearance in the game Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, in which he appeared outside the courtroom where Jacket’s trial was held. He also told his story to a journalist named Evan Wright. Biker said to him that he fled from Miami after all the events with 50 Blessings and lived in the desert for two years.

Hotline Miami Biker

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