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Movoc 16:3 + Ransom collaboration on motorcycle graphic tee
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Sep '11
Movoc 16:3, a motorcycle lifestyle clothing brand, is pleased to announce their collaboration with Wayne Ransom, master builder and designer of award winning Ransom Motorcycles, for the design of a limited edition Ransom Motorcycles graphic tee shirt.

“I'm excited and humbled to forge this relationship with Wayne Ransom,” says Chris Pease, founder of Movoc 16:3. “I've admired Wayne's elegance in craftsmanship for his two-wheeled art forms. I thought it would be great to collaborate with him and showcase his masterpieces from a fashion perspective. I look forward to designing something that represents and preserves Ransom Motorcycles' design style.”

Wayne Ransom stated: "When I look at the Movoc 16:3 brand, I see a company that brings a higher level of sophistication to motorsports apparel. My philosophy on clothing is you always 'dress to impress' for every situation and with Movoc 16:3, you can still be casual and look a cut above the rest. Regardless of what we want to believe, the world judges a man by the way he looks first, and that's why I choose Movoc 16:3. Classy, cool, comfortable, stylish, successful, excellence...These are the words that come to mind when I think of Movoc 16:3."

Movoc 16:3, LLC is a motorcycle lifestyle apparel brand that creates graphic tee shirts. The company attaches the importance of quality to motorcycle-centric designs and achieves this through the fusion of premium garments with distinct styling. The company's design philosophy is deeply rooted in authentic and meaningful reflections of the motorcycling sport and culture.

Movoc 16:3, LLC was founded in 2008 by Chris Pease, CEO/Creative Director. The Queens, New York native had a vision to create fashionable clothing for the image-conscious motorcycle rider, enthusiast and aficionado. He also envisioned a viable alternative to racy designs and verbiage found on some motorcycle related apparel. As a brand symbolically associated with the two-wheeled world, Movoc 16:3 shares its passion by incorporating the thrill and excitement of motorcycling through its products.

Ransom Motorcycles was founded in 2001 as a motorcycle service and performance shop and since 2005 has blossomed into the sovereign leader in modern motorcycle design and builds. Based out of Egg Harbor City, New Jersey, Wayne Ransom-owner, master designer and sole fabricator, restricts his production of builds to less than five a year, guaranteeing a level of exclusivity to his customers. Wayne's two-wheeled art has gained notoriety in the international arena including media coverage of his creations in dozens of magazines throughout the world.

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