Photos: 27th Annual Tattoo and Motorcycle Show

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Bikers of all stripes gathered at Coney Island on Sunday to mingle and admire rides at the 27th Annual Tattoo and Motorcycle Show. The gathering kicked off with a motorcycle rally and contest that honored the best custom, stock, oldest and ugliest bikes. A tattoo festival followed, in which the inked competed in black-and-white, color, tribal, and back and butt categories. Our vote went to the little girl proudly showing off her stick-on tats—she's clearly the most badass kid in the playground at school.