Daytona Beach, FL (February 22, 2013) — K&G Cycles, your one-stop, online motorcycle parts and accessories superstore, invites you to Daytona Bike Week where motorcycle artist James”Dirt” Dorner will be on hand to showcase his art work and have pieces available for purchase, and talk to fans. Stop by K and G Cycles Thunder Alley March 8th – March 17th from 10:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m. to talk with Dirt and pick up one of his sculptures. Also on display will be a special piece created for The Special Olympics to be raffled off with proceeds going to The Special Olympics.
Dirt is a one of a kind artist from the Midwest that only uses Harley-Davidson Motorcycle parts to create his unique sculptures. K and G Cycles discovered Dirt last fall after seeing a beautiful piece of art that was auctioned for charity. Dorners love of art and motorcycling has led him to bring one off masterpieces to motorcycle enthusiasts and art lovers alike. When asked how much of a bike he uses, he says, ” I have used everything but the frame,” Having been featured in magazines like Easyrider Magazine and V-Twin Magazine, as well as being a feature piece on The K and G Cycles V-Twin Motorcycle Blog. Dorner has also appeared on many Special Interest Tv shows in his home state of Illinois. K and G Cycles is also proud to be the Exclusive Retail Outlet for these amazing creations from Dorner and ArtbyDirt.
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