A new generation of motorcycle enthusiasts have emerged in the past two decades. Lords is one of the very few who has their attention!!! The Lords brand for the new generation blends the legal cannabis and motorcycle cultures.
- Global motorcycle apparel market was value at 11.4B in 2021 and is expected to grow to 18.55B by 2029. Lords is positioning itself to be a global brand and to acquire a significant market share in apparel, health & wellness and cannabis
- Lords has experienced explosive revenue growth since going public in late 2021. Revenues in 2021 were $400,000 and as of Q3, 2022 revenues are already at $1.98M and will close out 2022 over $2.6M for the full year
- Lords is projected to do over $9M in 2023, based on the current pipeline of commitments
- Lords has partnered with Canada’s largest Harley-Davidson dealerships Barnes Harley Davidson
- Expanding product lines and production output with a new distribution agreement with GVB Biopharma, one of the largest producers of white labeled CBD products in the US.
- Lords has created extensive brand recognition and social media following through its Taco’s and Tires Tuesdays, Barnes x Lords Strong and Free Shows, Strong and Free events throughout Canada. The Lords culture is growing globally, hosting Strong and Free rides in Canada, Mexico, Nicaragua and throughout the United States
- Lord’s new generation of motorcycle enthusiasts appreciate premium products and Lords delivers exceptional quality apparel, wellness, and premium cannabis and cannabinoid products throughout North America.
- Great customer reach utilizing retail partnerships, online and wholesale distribution channels with over 20 retailers around the world.
- Lords has received critical acclaim in the progressive fashion community and has also received a lot of support from the international bike community, most notable from California’s “The Suicide Machine,”. In addition, notable celebrities see wearing the brand are Jason Momoa, David Beckham, Mad Child, several Suicide Girls & NYC rap group “Lords of the Underground.”