October 6 2008.

Innovative extreme sports clothing company Bulletproof Clothing is due to launch a unique collection of stealth fashion at the Carole Nash International Motorcycle and Scooter Show in November.

The 'No Excuses' campaign is a positive push for all extreme sports participants to wear the right protective clothing and this has already been applauded by British Superbike teams, Speedway Grand Prix racers and stunt performers from the world of BMX tricks, skate boarding, in-line skaters and mountain bike riders.

Aimed at all racers, riders and boarders who want cool apparel that is different and safer, the range will include tough kevlar lined jeans, combats, outsized Urban hoodies, Skinny hoodies, long-sleeved T's and roll neck Zip-Up Tops. To enhance protection, a revolutionary armour can be inserted at key impact zones - elbows, shoulders, knees and hips - as Bulletproof Company Director, Tony Gough explains;-

"We are introducing Viscotec to the UK market for the first time. This intelligent armour is a high tech, German engineered, energy-absorbing material that has a soft comfortable feel when active, but is tough on impact. This will be an essential addition for all those who want to compete, but don't want to take the knocks. The combination of abrasion resistant kevlar and covert, removable CE-approved armour offers unique, undercover protection."

The visually strong graphic designs will be appealing and different, whilst the construction is safety-driven for extreme pursuits; hence the 'No Excuses' campaign.

A wide range of celebrities from different sports will be appearing at the UK launch in Birmingham dressed in Bulletproof Clothing and the company will also be displaying a new range of motorcycle apparel at the show.

For more information, call Bulletproof Clothing on (02380) 69 2008