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K & G Cycles Adds Brukus Motorcycle Parts

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K and G Cycles is pleased to announce the newest addition to their impressive online conglomeration of motorcycle parts, apparel and gear: Brukus Motorcycle Parts.

Known for offering its customers state-of-the-art online motorcycle parts shopping from an array of reputable manufacturers and retailers, K and G Cycles is proud to welcome Brukus Motorcycle Parts to their extensive family of V-Twin products.

Creators of an innovative line of saddlebag security devices, Brukus provides motorcycle enthusiasts with both style and peace of mind when it comes to motorcycle storage.

The inventors, designers, and producers of the hottest security and safety components for motorcycles on the market today, Brukus Motorcycle Parts currently has four products including SaddlebagSecure, Harley Fender Security Screw, SaddlebagSecure Combi-Lock and Wingshields.

With SaddlebagSecure, there are no more worries about twist pins breaking or bags flying off, or worse yet, bags being stolen from your Harley-Davidson Touring Bike.

The Harley Fender Security Screw uses the same special tool/key as SaddlebagSecure to secure your seat or luggage rack to your fender.

K and G Cycles in association with Brukus Motorcycle Parts is also offering SaddlebagSecure Combi-Lock, the keyless lock for Harley-Davidson Road King Customs and Screaming Eagle Saddlebags.

It includes a security bar on the front of the bag to prevent prying open with a screw driver and an installation video as well. In addition, Brukus’ WingShields are unbreakable hand deflectors that protect your hands from stones, bugs, road debris and wind chill.

All of Brukus’ one-of-a-kind quality products are available online at K and G Cycles also offers package deals on Brukus’ most popular combination of products.

The ultimate in online parts retailing since 2006, K and G Cycles is constantly on the lookout for new lines and collaborators to add to their wide assortment of products which currently includes 150,000 products from over 400 manufacturers in over 2600 categories.

Owned by Kyle and George Marakas, K and G Cycles has revolutionized online motorcycle parts and accessories sales by providing customers with a new kind of shopping experience. Driven by their love of motorcycling, K & G Cycles has streamlined the buying process while still offering competitive pricing and great customer service.

For more information, please call 888-50K-ANDG (5-2634) or visit them on the web at

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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