K and G Cycles Rocks the Legends Ride at Deadwood!

Hey K and G Gang! How would you like a star-studded day of wide open Black Hills riding?? Well that’s exactly what Team K and G found at this year’s Legends Ride! This is the fourth year for the charity event put on by the Legendary Buffalo Chip that draws a cast of fun famous characters. Check out the pics in our video where you can see Team K and G, rubbin’ elbows with the stars and mounting up for an unforgettable ride!

Here is the play-by-play of the Legends Ride experience as told by Kevin Plummer, our www.kandgcycles.com operations mananger!

Kevin relates that, “On Monday, George, Kyle, Amber, Devani, Tom, Steve and myself went to Deadwood, SD to do the Legends Ride to kick off the 71st annual Sturgis Rally with a Ride that Really Rocks!  There we were joined by an array of celebrities, builders, artists and riders from all corners of the world.   That would include Rod Woodruff, the owner and operator of the Legendary Buffalo Chip, Holly Hoffman from the TV show Surviror Nicaragua, Lorenzo Lamas the star of Falcon Crest & Renegade, Michael Lichter famed motorcycle photographer, Lori Visker who is currently Mrs. South Dakota, Rupert Boneham, Zach Ness who is a third generation custom bike builder and many, many more…

George and Kyle would be riding on a loaner bike donated by Victory, in light of their previous day’s mechanical issues! Our K and G Girls jumped aboard with our Great Sturgis Vacation Winners for double-trouble fun! Devani would be riding with Tom Messer and  Amber would be riding with Steve Hill the guest of Tom Messer.

The Legends Ride begins in the downtown of historic Deadwood, followed by a thrilling ride through the beautiful Black Hills and ending at the Legendary Buffalo Chip.  Once getting back to the Buffalo Chip, we enjoyed a private VIP reception, a special live auction and a headliner concert.

This years Legend ride raised significant funds for two worthy Black Hills charities, including the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame and Black Hills Special Olympics, the Legends Ride has raised more than $150,000 in just three short years and has become the premier charity-celebrity event in motorcycling.”

Thanks for the update, Kevin! Looks like the whole crew from Team K and G showed those celebs that we’re also… kinduvabigdeal!!