Shtuff for Bikers Launches with All New Product Line Designed Specifically for Motorcyclists

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Brand new company Shtuff for Bikers introduces a product line created by bikers specifically for bikers and their unique skin care, vehicle, and clothing needs. On June 14, Shtuff for Bikers will join the Blue Knights for a joint Poker Run fundraiser in Gloucester, VA to benefit the Laurel Shelter, Inc. and debut the new product line.

Created by bikers for bikers, the new product line by recently launched Shtuff for Bikers (http://www.shtuffforbikers.com) is designed exclusively for motorcyclists and their unique skin care, bike, and clothing needs. From men’s and women’s shaving liquid to specially-created sun screen, products by Shtuff for Bikers tackle the wind, weather, sun, and fashion dilemmas that affect bikers.

Unlike other athletes, motorcyclists have to cope with skin care concerns far beyond sun exposure. Traveling at high speeds that virtually sandblast the skin, bikers require lathers, lotions, and other soothing balms that heal a variety of skin annoyances from windburn to insect bites and rashes. Appropriately named, Shtuff for Bikers’ ‘Freakin’ Amazing Crap’ skin soother, ‘Hosed’ cool down spray, ‘Old Fart Spray’ pain relief spray, and several other ointments quickly and efficiently restore skin.

Vance Lane, founder of Shtuff for Bikers (http://www.shtuffforbikers.com), further explains that the regular problems bikers encounter are simply not shared by the public.

“We spend our time riding in hurricane force winds, upgrading or repairing hot metal parts and cleaning things off our bodies and bikes that I’d rather not mention,” Lane said. “Sun burn, wind burn, heat rash, and contact burns can all take their toll on our comfort, while greasy, non-concentrated, coconut-smelling skin care products burn our eyes, collect road dirt, and generally take up way too much space, which is far from ideal when on a bike.”

Sun burns can be exceptionally severe for motorcyclists. Specially developed ‘Red Neck Repellent’ sun screen by Shtuff for Bikers is a 30 SPF aloe and mineral sun protection spray that dries completely without sticky or greasy residue. Non-running and non-stinging, ‘Red Neck Repellent’ can be sprayed on the face and won’t burn or irritate eyes.

And to soothe already burnt skin, Shtuff for Bikers’ ‘Red Neck Reverter’ aloe burn gel contains whole leaf aloe to promote rapid healing. Quick application helps to prevent blistering and peeling.

And Shtuff for Bikers didn’t stop there. They only use hydroponically-grown aloe vera in their sprays because it is the best, it’s the most concentrated, and it works!

Furthermore, Lane says that Shtuff for Bikers took into account the convenience of spray products, which are optimal since bikers are generally gloved. They also made sure to offer only concentrated products in small bottles that don’t take up a lot of non-existent room on a motorcycle.

“We listen to the problems bikers tell us about and we work to find the perfect biker solution,” he said. “The biggest biker skin problems are related to burns; so our solution is to use the burn plant – aloe – as a base in most of our products.”

In addition to a skin care line, Shtuff for Bikers (http://www.shtuffforbikers) also offers Sexy Shtuff, Bike Shtuff, and Gift Shtuff. Hats and t-shirts with trademark Shtuff for Bikers adages are available on the website as well as a variety of gift packages full of ‘Sexy Shtuff,’ ‘Mechanics Shtuff,’ ‘Feel Better Shtuff,’ ‘Weekender Shtuff,’ and ‘Sunny Shtuff.’    

The entire Shtuff for Bikers product line will be on display June 14 at a joint Poker Run fundraiser by the Blue Knights and Shtuff for Bikers in Gloucester, VA. Money raised will benefit the Laurel Shelter, Inc, an emergency shelter and services for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.

For more information on Shtuff for Bikers, please visit the website at http://www.shtuffforbikers.com

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