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K&G Cycles: Easy Christmas Shopping

Motorcycle Gifts

The site that boasts over 150,000 motorcycle parts available online, K and G Cycles your one-stop motorcycle parts specialist, is making Holiday shopping a little easier this year.

By offering an online Christmas Gift product category organized by price point, customers will be able to quickly and easily find and purchase every gift on their motorcycle enthusiast’s wish list.

Since 2006, kandgcycles.com has been an efficient and state-of-the-art vehicle for accessing the hundreds of thousands of motorcycle parts available online through K and G Cycles.

Their motorcycle site’s unparalleled navigation bar has recently been updated to include a ‘Great Stuff for Christmas’ category located at kandgcycles.com/great-stuff-for-christmas.html.

Once the category is highlighted, consumers will be able to check out an array of gifts organized by price point. Choose from under $10, under $25, under $50, or under $100. Combined with free shipping on orders over $350, there is no reason to shop anywhere else this Christmas season.

Holiday shopping has never been more enjoyable or effortless for V-Twin enthusiasts courtesy of K and G Cycles. With easy navigation, superior customer support and streamlined search functions, customers are not only able to browse the best selection of V-Twin merchandise online, they can also purchase and ship the perfect gift to all of the bikers on their Christmas list with the click of a mouse.

Let K and G Cycles take the work out of Christmas shopping this year by visiting them at kandgcycles.com. Proudly owned and operated by motorcyclists, Kyle and George Marakas, K and G Cycles is committed to bringing bikers the largest selection of quality parts at the best prices available by providing customers with a new kind and caliber of shopping experience.

For more information about K and G Cycles, please call 888-50K-ANDG (5-2634) or visit them 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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