Kuryakyn, Twin Power, Speed and Strength, and River Road to Showcase Gear and Accessories at Sturgis

Each of the brands will highlight its most popular products and showcase new additions.

Kuryakyn, Twin Power, Speed and Strength, and the newly relaunched River Road brand from Tucker Powersports will be front and center with consumers at the Sturgis Rally next month. Each of the brands will highlight its most popular products and showcase new additions to their lines at display spaces near Downtown Sturgis. 

The River Road and Speed and Strength brands will be at a new location on Lazelle St., designed to be the perfect stop for street, sport and highway riders to check out the latest riding gear. Located just east of J&P Cycles, the site has easy parking, and the display will provide a great selection of products to choose from. This will be the debut of River Road’s extensive new product line, which includes stylish, affordable jackets, vests, chaps and gloves. Speed and Strength offers riders a collection of street and sport riding gear in leather, textile and flannel. Both brands offer a range of helmets.

Kuryakyn and Twin Power, longtime favorite brands for rally goers, will be based at J&P Cycles on Lazelle St., where customers will have access to technicians for installation of products purchased on-site. Kuryakyn is known for its range of custom and touring products as well as its large offering of travel bags, audio and lighting products. Twin Power has long been the brand of choice for high quality, affordable repair and replacement parts for Harleys. 

Both locations will operate from Thursday, Aug. 3 through Sunday, Aug. 13, with doors opening at 9 a.m. each day. 

Twin Power is also a partner of Fozzy’s Garage at the Buffalo Chip campground, where customers can get an oil change with Twin Power oil and filter at a special rally price.

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