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K&G Models at 2011 Buffalo Chip, Sturgis

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2011 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

K and G Cycles has signed on to do another year out at the Buffalo Chip and went on an extensive search for talented ladies to help pass out K and G Cycles gear and interact with campers. They found exactly what they were looking for with two South Dakota natives, Amber and Devani.

Amber and Devani are best buddies, so they are sure to be causing trouble while getting their work done at the Buffalo Chip. They both are still in College, have grown up with the Rally and Amber even grew up riding dirt bikes.

You will be able to see Devani and Amber every day out at the Buffalo Chip as well as at the Legends Ride kick off and reception. Make sure you get your picture taken with the K and G Cycles models!

Founded in 2006 by George and Kyle Marakas, K and G Cycles was born out of their love of motorcycling and a desire to turn their hobby of restoring antique bikes into a business. With the advent of K&G Cycles’ Web store in February 2009, George and Kyle have successfully created a revolutionary approach to online merchandising without sacrificing their personal touch or passion for the industry.

Since its inception in 2009, K and G Cycles has pioneered one of the industry’s most exciting new concepts in motorcycle parts retailing. With 5,000 categories of parts from over 400 manufacturers and 8 major motorcycle parts distributors, motorcyclists can find everything they need all in one location. Hoping to one day become the “” for motorcycle parts and accessories, it’s inevitable that customers will eventually realize that if K and G Cycles doesn’t have it, it probably doesn’t exist.

George Marakas (K & G Co-Owner) says: “I’m thrilled to partner with the Legendary Buffalo Chip again. There is no place I would rather be a sponsor or run a promotion. The exposure is unparalleled.”

With new lines being added daily, K and 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 and G Cycles have streamlined the buying process while still offering competitive pricing and great customer service. For more information about K and G Cycles, please call (888) 50K-ANDG (5-2634) or visit them 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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