Biker Bella Announces the First Online ‘Super-Boutique’ for Women Motorcyclists – BikerBella.com

22 03 2011

SCOTTSDALE, AZ, – March 22, 2011 – (Motor Sports Newswire) - It’s finally here. And it’s fabulous! Finally there is a high-quality, high style online shopping experience— a “Super-Boutique”—for the female motorcycle rider who has had to make do with traditional motorcycle websites that cater mainly to men.

BikerBella.com features women’s motorcycle apparel, women’s motorcycle gear, parts, and accessories. The first website of its kind, BikerBella.com offers women powersports enthusiasts the ability browse, shop and select from millions of individual items in a beautifully designed setting. BikerBella.com has a selection that is currently greater than any existing online women’s motorcycle retailer.

Fashion Forward
BikerBella.com is foremost a women’s motorcycle apparel destination that offers the hottest trends in leather jackets, hoodies, long & short sleeve shirts, V-Neck T-Shirts, tank tops, designer shirts, belts & belt buckles, head gear, footwear, bags & wallets, purses, patches and more. Although the website caters to women, it posts hundreds of products for children and teens as well. All products are shipped directly to the rider’s door in 7-10 business days.

Shopping for OEM and aftermarket parts, gear and accessories
BikerBella.com has multiple ways women can shop for parts and accessories quickly and easily. The OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) Parts Finder leads shoppers to genuine repair parts and accessories for Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Can-Am, Artic-Cat, Polaris, Sea-Doo, and Ski-Doo. Shoppers can also use embedded online catalogs and multiple links to find aftermarket items of interest.

Women’s favorite motorcycle brands
Most favorite women’s motorcycle brands are available, including: Acerbis, Alpinestars, Answer Racing, Arai Helmets, Arlen Ness, Bell Helmets, Biker’s Choice, Baron, Castle X, Chatterbox, Custom Chrome, Firstgear, Fly Racing, FMF, Helmet House, HJC Helmets, Iron Horse, Joe Rocket, Kuryakyn, Motion Pro, Nolan Helmets, Ogio, One Industries, Quad Boss, River Road, Scorpion EXO, Shift MX, Shoei Helmets, SixSixOne, Sullivans, Tour Master, Trail Tech, Troy Lee Designs, Two Brothers Racing, Vega, Western Power Sports, Willie & Max Saddlebags, Yoshimura, Zan, and Zero Gravity. Many more brand names are currently being offered and BikerBella.com hopes to add new brands in the future.

Future plans
The website will promote an ever changing line up of featured products, special promotionss, newly added brands, contests and special events to keep the woman motorcyclist informed and enthused about the sport. Future charity events are planned, as Biker Bella will partner with various clubs and organizations to raise money in support of women’s issues and related causes.

About BikerBella.com
BikerBella.com is based in Scottsdale, Arizona. For more information, please contact Timothy Newman – E: contact bikerbella.com.

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Scorpion Sports Remains Dealer-Direct!

27 06 2009

Lake Forest, CA June 24, 2009 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Scorpion Sports Inc., the company which launched the ScorpionExo brand of helmets just over 5 years ago, continues its dealer-direct business model. Despite some recent confusion in the marketplace, SSI will continue aggressively selling the popular ScorpionExo® brand of helmets and the exclusive line of ExoWear™ technical riding apparel.

ScorpionSports, Inc.Tucker Rocky was recently granted co-distribution rights for the ScorpionExo® helmet collection only in a deal negotiated by Scorpion’s parent company, Kido Sports of S. Korea. “Scorpion Sports and its team of independent Factory sales reps remains the only factory-owned source for ScorpionExo® products,” explains company president, Rick Miller. The Scorpion Sports facilities in California and Kentucky remain the home of the exclusive ExoWear™ collection as well as supplying customer service support, R&D, advertising and public relations for the well recognized brand. The message is “Buy direct.”

“Co-distribution was never part of the original business plan, but difficult economic times create strange alliances,” adds VP Sales & Marketing Eric Anderson. “Note this alliance is between our parent company and Tucker Rocky, not Scorpion Sports. Contrary to the rumors, Scorpion Sports is not getting out of the helmet business! No way! No how!”

“Scorpion Sports and its team of Factory Sales Reps remains the only single source for all ScorpionExo® products,” explains company president Rick Miller. The Scorpion Sports facilities in California and Kentucky remain the home of the exclusive ExoWear™ collection, customer service support, regional warehouses, R&D, advertising and public relations for the brand.

“Scorpion is here to stay,” concludes Miller. “We are the heart and home of the Scorpion brand.”

Source:
Scorpion Sports, Inc.
www.scorpionusa.com

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