New Apparel Company Debuts Biker Clothing for Women of All Sizes at Laconia Bike Week 2012

NASHUA, NH/June 7, 2012 - HOTWOOD, LLC, a new online clothing retailer, has introduced a line of high-quality biker apparel for female riders and those who want to have something "biker chic" in their wardrobe. Designed to fit the everyday woman, HOTWOOD combines the passion to ride with the comfort and quality of apparel that reflects individual style. The new line of clothing and accessories will be launching at Laconia Bike Week, June 9-17, 2012 in Laconia, NH and also will be available at

Created by motorcycle enthusiast Nicole Kimmick and Paul Marcotte of Nashua, NH, HOTWOOD combines a fashionable style with great-fitting clothes that are made to last. The line features a unique logo design that brings traditional biker apparel to life. Merchandise is available in a range of sizes, providing women of any shape a comfortable-yet-fashionable alternative to classic biker gear.

"We created HOTWOOD because we saw an opportunity to offer something new and fresh to a market that doesn't currently meet the needs of every woman," said Kimmick. "Because real women come in different sizes we believe the shirts they rock should too. We offer a variety of sizes to fit a variety of body types, using quality fabrics that are soft and will not shrink."

HOTWOOD fashions for woman and men will be available at a number of motorcycle rallies across the country in the future, starting with Laconia Bike Week in Laconia, New Hampshire from June 9-17, 2012. The HOTWOOD booth will be located at the entrance of the Weirs Drive-In and will showcase clothing with the distinctive HOTWOOD logo.

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HOTWOOD, LLC is a female-owned business that offers a complete line of high-quality, affordable biker clothing and accessories made in the U.S.A. for women and men. HOTWOOD crosses the boundaries of traditional motorcycle gear and offers a lifestyle fashion brand rather than traditional "biker shirts."