News Moto Liberty: Exclusive RS Taichi Dealer

Moto Liberty: Exclusive RS Taichi Dealer

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Moto Liberty is proud to announce that it has won the exclusive right to distribute RS Taichi high-performance riding gear in the United States.

Established in 1985, Moto Liberty is the largest stocking dealer of RS Taichi products and a retailer of other premium men’s and women’s apparel and accessories for track days, racing, sportbiking, cruising and touring.

Based out of a 4500-square-foot Dallas retail store – with a franchise location in San Antonio – Moto Liberty is a true brick-and-mortar business. Its complete inventory of in-stock products can also be researched and purchased at MotoLiberty.com, which offers a streamlined web-based experience.

Founded in 1976, in Osaka, Japan, RS Taichi is a leader in motorcycle-specific apparel that is engineered with innovation, using state-of-the art materials and construction techniques that ensure the ultimate in protection, comfort and style.

Audrey Menarik, who owns Moto Liberty and is RS Taichi’s Director of Dealer Development in the U.S., is excited about this opportunity.

Audrey Menarik says: "I love RS Taichi, its innovative designs and business philosophy. The company is full of craftsmen and engineers, leaders, not followers. Their decades of experience, commitment to using only the finest materials and efficient sewing techniques are unsurpassed."

Voted the number one motorcycle gear and accessory store in Texas for the past eight years, Moto Liberty is building a retail network of American motorcycle dealerships and accessory shops where riders can sample the features and benefits, feel, smell and try on RS Taichi’s premium riding gear before making their purchase.

For inquiries about Moto Liberty or RS Taichi products, please contact Eric Putter at 949/279-0909 or Eric@PutterPowerMedia.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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