American Biker Cards Launches New Limited Edition Trading Cards

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Choppers Apparel is announced as the exclusive distributor of American Biker Cards featuring the nations Top Custom Motorcycle Builders. This 99 Card Limited Edition set features randomly inserted autographed cards.

American Biker Cards is pleased to announce the release of its great new collectible trading card series. They are now available through our exclusive distributorship with Choppers Apparel. These cards feature the art of the master of motorcycle photography, world-renowned Michael Lichter. These cards are truly motorcycle art. This set of 99 cards is sold in packs of five with randomly inserted autographed cards, including the opportunity to obtain the autographed card of a true bike building legend Indian Larry. A true original master builder whom the motorcycle world lost earlier this year. This premiere set also features the work of these other fine builders including but not limited to, Billy Lane, Arlen Ness, Indian Larry, Kendall Johnson, Dave Perowitz, Ron Simms, Paul Yaffe, Hank Young and many others.

American Biker Trading Cards appeal to the masses because of the popularity of the hit television shows that air almost every night of the week. These shows have brought the custom chopper business to mainstream America.

The set also highlights events at some of the best places around like, Sturgis, Laconia, Laughlin, and Milwaukee, Daytona, Biketoberfest and Harley’s 100th. The custom bikes, and lifestyles cards round out a totally biker collection!

These cards are available now for immediate shipment. This limited edition won’t last long. These cards will be sought after by young and old, Bikers and Professionals, Men and Women. They offer a real view into the realm of custom choppers and the biker world and the builders who will go down in its history.

Order yours today in wholesale and retail quantities at http://www.americanbikercards.com or http://www.choppersapparel.com or fax your order to (909) 335-4861. For more information contact David Golder at (909) 335-4841.

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