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Off Road Vixens Sponsors Hall Ass Racing

April 4, 2011, Washington DC –

Hall Ass Racing announced today that Off-Road Vixens, an extreme motorsports clothing company designed specifically for ladies, is sponsoring the team’s 2011 race season.

Off-Road Vixens is providing Emme with clothing to wear at contingency, in the pits, or for her on camera work with Roadfly TV.  Additionally, Emme will be distributing ORV clothing to women in Mexico at any of her races down the Baja Peninsula.

 “My day job is heading up the costume department at a regional theatre, so partnering with a clothing line is a no-brainer,” said Emme Hall of Hall Ass Racing.  “Since I started racing, it has been difficult to find race-inspired clothing that is feminine yet with an edge.  Another boxy t-shirt is not what lady racers need.”

Off-Road Vixens carries tanks, tees, hoodies, bottoms, and accessories.  T-shirts feature a longer center back length and a flattering sleeve cap.  Most ORV clothes are available from XS-2XL, accommodating lady racers of any size.

“Off-Road Vixens Clothing to me is more than just clothing to wear, it’s something that defines your way of life,” said company co-founder Shari Dawson Bisquera, a long time rider of BMX bikes, dirt bikes, and snowmobiles.  “I want to bring recognition to all the girls out there who love to do all the “boy” things!”       

Off-Road Vixen’s second co-founder, Carey Hirschberger-Kiehn has been riding snowmobiles and dirt bikes her whole life.  She says, “I never really felt I knew what I wanted to do until this venture.  I love motorcycles and clothes; and now I can ride my bike and look hot too!  What more could a girl ask for…”  

 About Off-Road Vixens

Off-Road Vixens Clothing Company was formed in November of 2008 by two friends who share a passion for dirt biking and snowmobiling.  Being a woman who rides a dirt bike, snowmobile, atv or anything else in the extreme motorsport category gives a girl a certain amount of pride.  ORV gives those ladies a way to show their pride in their sport by designing a line of clothing just for them.  Visit ORV on the web at 

About Hall Ass Racing   

Hall Ass Racing consists of Emme and Larry Hall as well as various unpaid but highly appreciated mechanics and welders.  It’s a cross country, even international group as Emme lives in Washington DC and Larry in Colorado and Mexico.   Larry previously raced the SCORE series with La Rana racing in the early 1990s.  Emme currently enjoys a very busy life which includes working as a costumer for Ford’s Theatre and doing car reviews for Roadfly TV.  She hopes to begin Solo competition with the Sports Car Club of America in her 2001 Mazda Miata this summer.  To learn more visit