N E W S R E L E A S E
New Motorcycle gear designed by bikers for bikers
Cultured Biker, a new American made apparel company for motorcycle riders, successfully launched at AIM Expo with a line of t-shirts that are distinctive, high quality and functional. Cultured Biker also serves a distinct mission – to donate a shirt for every shirt sold to neglected and abused children.
Customers can’t resist the bamboo blend shirts after touching them. Bamboo is a natural performance fiber that is super soft, anti-microbial, and wicking.
Premium quality shirts are available in either American grown heavy weight cotton or a light weight bamboo-cotton blend. All shirts are manufactured with functional features like reinforced seams, as well as being longer all around with an even longer tail to ensure you are covered. The shirts are pre-shrunk so customers can expect very minimal shrinkage after purchase.
Popular with both men and women, Cultured Bikers best selling shirt is their Signature Shirt with a hidden map in the yoke. Women especially appreciate the placement of the logo and the extra length on the Signature shirts.
Private label shirts are available by special order.
Call or email for more information: [email protected] 844-4CBGEAR
ABOUT CULTURED BIKER
Founded in 2014, the mission of Cultured Biker is to manufacture high quality clothing for the community of motorcycle riders expressing individuality, stands up to the rigors of the road, and provides a superior fit and feel. Made proudly in the USA, each piece of clothing will help to create or sustain a job, and for every garment sold, one will be donated to organizations working with neglected and abused children. Products can be seen and purchased at www.culturedbiker.com.
ABOUT THE FOUNDERS
Danielle Barnes and Millie Tarallo met on a ride to raise money for breast cancer research. On their first road trip together to the Women’s International Motorcycle convention in Nevada, they experienced their “aha moment”. The clothes they were wearing did not express anything unique about the individuality of bikers. Their shirts were not functionally designed specifically for bikers. So with their passion for riding, love of the biking community, and shared commitment to socially responsible business practices, they launched Cultured Biker.
Help Cultured Biker reach every neglected or abused child and teach them what it is to be part of the motorcycling family! Share our mission on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cultured_biker