Cubs, Bulls, White Sox, Blackhawks and Bears fans in Illinois who ride motorcycles have another way to show dedication to their teams.
Gov Pat Quinn on Thursday signed a bill into law which allows motorcycle plates to sport the logos of selected professional teams.
"I am proud to make these license plates available to motorcycle enthusiasts as a means of showing team spirit and further supporting education across the state," Secretary of State Jesse White said in a release. "With over 350,000 motorcycles registered in Illinois today, I am confident this new law will generate much needed revenue to further support public schools."
A portion of the registration fee for each of the team plates -- $25 -- is set to go to the Professional Sports Teams Education Fund. Proceeds are to go to the Common School Fund, according to White's office.