Motorcycle Types Cruiser Sturgis: K&G Cycles Makes Impression

Sturgis: K&G Cycles Makes Impression

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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

K&G Cycles, the virtual motorcycle parts and accessories superstore, made quite an impression at this year’s Sturgis Rally Week festivities at the Legendary Buffalo Chip.

The site that boasts over 100,000 motorcycle parts available online was ecstatic to take a break from their computer monitors in exchange for some face to face interaction with their customers during this year’s celebration.

Lucky for rally-goers this involved getting in some face time with the sizzling K&G Cycles Girls.

Making themselves available to their customers in the flesh were newly-appointed K&G Cycles Girls, Dani and Denice. Out and about throughout the week, K&G’s promotional models gave away nearly 5,000 rally rags, promotional items and lots of smiles.

George Marakas (owner of K&G Cycles) says: “The girls did a great job this year. Not only did they manage to keep their cool during the intense heat but they also had a wonderful time getting to know our customers- everyone was so friendly. We’ll definitely be out again next year.”

Providing superior customer support is a priority for K&G Cycles and the main motivation behind their decision to make the trek to Sturgis. Since its inception, K&G Cycles’ one-of-a-kind online community has pioneered the industry’s most exciting new concept in motorcycle parts retailing.

However, in addition to creating a revolutionary approach to online merchandising, they have managed to not only maintain their passion for the industry but also their personal touch.

George Marakas says: “We really wanted to get out to our customers and interact with them more than just over the internet, besides it gave us a reason to come out to Sturgis,” explains Marakas.

With over 1,200 categories of parts from over 250 manufacturers and 6 major motorcycle parts wholesalers, K&G Cycles guarantees that you will find exactly what you need for your project. With new lines being added daily, K&G’s goal is to provide their customers with the widest possible selection of American and foreign-made motorcycles parts as well as clothing, apparel and gear at prices you simply will not believe.

Driven by their love of motorcycling and the idea of creating a new kind of shopping experience within this marketplace, K&G Cycles have streamlined the buying process while still offering competitive pricing and great customer service. For more information about K & G Cycles, please call 888-50K-ANDG (5-2634) or visit them on the web at kandgcycles.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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