The Easy and Stylish way to give yourself more Storage!

   There is no doubt we all need a little more storage space when it comes to motorcycling and packing. It doesn’t matter if you have a Touring bike,or a Sportster, we all need more! The Team at K and G Cycles (www.kandgcycles.com) is full of motorcycle enthusiast and we can relate to your concerns so we are proud to offer you alternative options that allow you increased storage. Take a look at just a few of the options available.

   Do you own a Road King aRoad King rack TR-492098 nd want to add a little cargo carrying capability? Look no further than this luggage rack (Part # TR-492098) that mounts to a 2-up sissy bar on 1997-2008 models. Constructed of heavy-duty 5/8″ tubing, and slathered in a show quality chrome finish, this rack is easy on the eyes. For ease of installation, this rack attaches to the detachable 2-up backrest using machined billet aluminum mounting blocks. Going above and beyond, it even comes with tie down hooks which can be secured to this rack in almost any angle combination needed. Everything you need to attach this unit to your motorcycle is included as well as the necessary instructions simplifying installation and giving you an end result of more storage.

   Part # 50-0589 is for Sportster ownxl-lugage-rack1ers that already have a backrest. They can easily add a luggage rack and increase the cargo carrying capability of their bike. This chrome luggage rack bolts on to side plates of your existing sissy bar allowing you to utilize the popular 2-piece bags and have a ton of storage. For lighter runs, it is a great place for a classic roll bag to tag along. For best fit and easiest installation, the inside width between the mounting brackets is 5-3/4″. This luggage rack is designed to carry loads that weigh 10 pounds or less. Translation, you have more storage possibilities.

If your ride is anfxst rack FX Softtail, and you want to keep the lines clean, than check out Part # 50-2071, a luggage rack designed for bikes with bobbed tail fenders. This rack doesn’t require you to have a sissy bar for support because it attaches to the rear fender, and follows the sweeping lines so it isn’t an eyesore. When used in conjunction with a sissy bar, any bags you hang from a sissy bar, won’t ride on the fender and damage the paint. So the addition of this fender rack means increased storage whether it is used by itself or with a sissy bar.

Adding more storage possibilities to your bike is easily done when you check out the options K and G Cycles (www,kandgcycles.com) has for you. No matter what bike you ride, there are choices out there for you. Take a look and order one up before the new season gets here.