Motorcycle Types Cruiser K and G Cycles Launches V-Twin Area at Daytona Bike Week

K and G Cycles Launches V-Twin Area at Daytona Bike Week

K and G Cycles Launches V-Twin Area at Daytona Bike WeekK and G Cycles’ 2nd Thunder Alley at Daytona Bike Week

K and G Cycles is launching its second year partnership with Daytona International Speedway during Bike Week 2014. The renamed V-Twin area K and G Cycles’ Thunder Alley at DAYTONA will be host to all the motorcycle action.

George M. Marakas (K and G Cycles Owner) says: “Last year was great. We really enjoyed interacting with the consumers in the K and G Cycles’ Thunder Alley at DAYTONA and know that this year we will be bringing even more product, giveaways and tech advice.

“We’re also excited to be a significant part of the most visited location during Daytona Bike Week, the Daytona International Speedway. 2014 is going to be a banner year.”

Sharon Doski (Marketing Partnership Coordinator for Daytona International Speedway) says: “We’re glad to once again partner with the leader in online motorcycle parts and accessories.

“The K and G Cycles Thunder Alley area continues to get better with every event we do with K and G cycles, 2014 we a host of new activities and attractions for everyone to see out the The Speedway.”

K and G branding has been established and  will be seen displayed throughout the week all over K and C Cycles Thunder Alley. In addition K and G Cycles will have customer service techs on hand to answer any part or motorcycle related questions, visit with current customers about their motorcycle needs and assist customers in ordering parts so they are waiting for them when they arrive home.

Kevin Plummer (Operations Director at K and G Cycles) says: “We will once again have customer service techs on hand during the entire Rally, as well as computer kiosks to allow customers to see the vast array of parts and place orders for products and accessories.

“We will also have product on hand for Brukus, Earth-X batteries, Cycle Shades, Greg’s Custom Cycles and Bores MFG.”

The K and G Cycles team is also planning a number of events at their location in K and G Cycles’ Thunder Alley at Daytona, including giveaways, vintage motorcycle displays, fashion events, and special guests.

If you can’t make bike week be sure to visit our blogs online to keep up with all the action. K and G Cycles will post videos, pictures, and stories about all the major Rally happenings at vtwinblog.kandgcycles.com and metricblog.kandgcycles.com.

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