Kellermann indicators now available through Kuryakyn
Somerset, Wisconsin based Kuryakyn and German specialist lights manufacturer Kellermann GmbH have announced a partnership and introduction of the “Kuryakyn by Kellermann” collection.
Kellermann has been designing and manufacturing premium motorcycle accessories for more than 25 years. Their exceptional quality has generated a cult-like following among the custom bike culture, and has also earned the brand numerous prestigious honors, including the coveted Chicago Athenaeum Museum’s “Good Design Award” as well as multiple Red Dot Design Awards for the BL 2000 and Bullet 1000 series.
This brand alliance strengthens Kellermann’s position as a segment leader of state-of-the-art motorcycle indicators, leveraging Kuryakyn’s worldwide dealer, distributor and retail channels to strategically penetrate new markets with an emphasis on North America.
“Kellermann and Kuryakyn share a passion for technology and product innovation,” said Holger Mohr, President of Kuryakyn. “This partnership reinforces Kuryakyn’s commitment of offering the highest quality, best-performing accessories to our dealers and consumers, and is a tremendous opportunity for both brands to showcase our respective leadership positions within the motorsports industry.”
The ‘Kuryakyn by Kellermann’ collection showcases a variety of high-performance L.E.D. indicators “offering modern styling” in a variety of sizes and profiles. All indicators operate via integrated circuit at 330 kHz, are universal for 12 volt electronic applications, and feature precision zinc die-cast metal housings. Kellermann’s HighPower L.E.D. Technology combined with Longlife Protection Guard “delivers maximum L.E.D. brightness and lifespan for unmatched longevity.”
“We are absolutely thrilled to bring our range of innovative and premium quality motorcycle accessories made in Germany together with the Kuryakyn team to the challenging U.S. market,” says Dr. Stefan Wöste, Kellermann CEO. “We are ready to listen to what bikers in the U.S. want, and will push the envelope even further to bring more cutting-edge technology to the American motorcycle scene.”