Actor Mark Wahlberg has teamed up with Indian Motorcycle bosses to create a limited edition unisex clothing line.

The Ted star and avid motorcycle rider has joined forces with the Massachusetts-based bike manufacturer to design T-shirts for both men and women.

Wahlberg first met with company bosses at the annual Sturgis motorcycle rally in South Dakota last year (14), and when they asked the Boston native to be their brand ambassador, he jumped at the chance.

He tells Women's Wear Daily, "It was an excuse for me to be able to ride again and for my wife to say Ok. It's great because my sons like to ride little 50s (dirt bikes), and we live in a gated community so we ride around the neighborhood. If I am given the Ok, I love riding around in the Canyons."

And Wahlberg reveals he has had plenty of input on the designs of the clothes, a very different experience than when he shot to fame as an underwear model for Calvin Klein.

He says, "We got to go in there and make sure that it represented us both and that it made everybody happy. When I did the Calvin Klein thing, I was basically just a model-for-hire. They weren't really interested in my input."