40 Years Old and Still Living in the Garage

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BikeMaster Anniversary Celebrates the Millions of Hours that
Riders Spend Working on their Motorcycles

FORT WORTH, TX – February 22, 2021 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – When Ed Tucker launched the first BikeMaster products in 1981, they were items that every rider might need. Mirrors and Tie-Down Straps. From that day, the brand has been focused on products that are second nature to every rider. Products that make a bike look cooler, go faster, or fit its owner better.  There are tools that make a Master Technician more efficient or a weekend warrior successful. And lots of batteries, cleaners, gaskets, and brake pads.

“BikeMaster is a brand with a great legacy and a great future,” said BikeMaster Brand Manager Cynthia Beck. “Our anniversary year will be a time when we re-emphasize our unique place in garages and shops around the country. We’ve already been part of millions of bike projects and our goal is to help every rider feel a special bond with their bike.”

BikeMaster’s product line will expand this year to include additional tools, cleaners, grips, batteries and lubricants. The full product line is available through Tucker Powersports and at top motorcycle and UTV dealers around the United States.

About BikeMaster

Founded by Ed Tucker in 1981, BikeMaster is celebrating 40-years of providing great products to motorcycle riders in America. With a product line that includes bolt-on customization items, maintenance and cleaning products, shop equipment, tools and consumables, BikeMaster has something for every rider while delivering a quality product at a fair price. Whether a bike owner loves to ride, accessorize, customize or restore, BikeMaster is there to help.

40TH Anniversary Images Attached: High resolution versions and product images are available on request.

Source: Tucker Powersports

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