Tucker Powersports To Exclusively Distribute Kellermann Lighting Products

Kellermann is a German manufacturer of high-tech premium lighting products for motorcycles.

Tucker Powersports announced its exclusive distribution agreement with Kellermann GmbH, the German manufacturer of high-tech premium lighting products for motorcycles. Kellermann, known for its award-winning style and tremendous popularity in the custom bike community, now has access to the thousands of dealers in Tucker’s dealer network, while Tucker secures another exclusive partnership with a leading technology company in powersports.

Kellermann, based in Aachen, Germany, has been manufacturing motorcycle accessories for over 30 years. The company’s turn indicators and other lighting products have set industry standards for brightness and style and have earned a cult-like following among motorcycle customizers and designers. With design awards from Red Dot and the Chicago Athenaeum, the broad product line can deliver classic style or dramatic custom looks. Kellermann has worked previously with Tucker’s Kuryakyn brand to develop the tremendously successful Tracer lighting systems launched in 2021 and 2022. The company’s current product line includes lighting products, mounts and related electronics.  

“Together with Tucker and their extensive dealer network, we want to take our brand to the next level in the U.S. market,” said Dr. Stefan Wöste, CEO of Kellermann. “This partnership will make the upcoming introduction of our newest lighting products even more impactful.”

“Kellermann and Tucker share a passion for technology and product innovation,” said Marc McAlister, CEO of Tucker. “This partnership is an opportunity for two tremendous brands to have a significant impact in the motorsports industry.”

Tucker is preparing for the launch of Kellermann’s newest products in the next few weeks, which will reinforce the technology and quality leadership of the Kellermann line of products.

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