Suzuki Demo Rides!

Stop by Friday May 3rd or May 4th and take a test ride on a new Suzuki!  The Suzuki Demo Semi truck will here don't miss out on this great event!

The U.S. Senate adopted a resolution promoting awareness of motorcyclist profiling 

and encouraging collaboration and communication with the motorcycling community and law enforcement officials to prevent instances of profiling. Senate Res. 154 also urges state law enforcement officials to condemn motorcyclist profiling in their policies and training materials. Senate resolutions do not have the force of law. But the resolution is recognition at the federal level that motorcyclist profiling is discriminatory and unacceptable. Read the AMA position statement on motorcyclist profiling:
Jan. 11, 2019

Anaheim kicks off the 2019 Supercross season

It was an exciting start to the 2019 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, January 5. As the rain came down, any number of riders had a good shot of winning the 450SX main event, but when it was all over, it was Justin Barcia on the #51 Monster Energy Factory Racing Yamaha who prevailed. - Jan 6, 2019


Snow Plow Special

Purchase a new snow blade with installation and save $50! Purchase a new snow blade, winch with installation and save $75!  Now through January 31, 2019!



End of Year Clearance

December 14, 2018

All-New "top-of-the-line" transcontinental tourer combines emotional V-Twin performance with cutting-edge comfort and technology. 


Was $26,999, NOW ONLY $22,999 plus factory destination!

Save $4000 on a Yamaha Star Venture Transcontinental  Come on by or call today!  816-781-6880

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Yamaha Star Bolt C-Spec - was $8690 - NOW ONLY $5999 plus factory destination!


Yamaha R1 - was $16,490 - NOW ONLY $13,999 plus factory destination!

FREE 10 Point Inspection!

November 2018

Now through then end of November get a FREE 10 point inspection on your ATV or Side x Side!  Call Andrew today to set up your FREE appointment! 816-781-6880

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Yamaha Nikken GT Now Available for pre-orders!

November 2018

Be one of the first to own a Yamaha Nikken GT - reserve yours today! 


LCC Powersports 816-781-6880

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Stacyc Electric Balance Bikes now available at LCC Powersports

November 2018

The STACYC 16eDRIVE is the perfect choice for little rippers with some experience on a balance bike and are a little taller and/or more familiar with riding STACYC Stability Cycles and need a larger platform. Your child should have an inseam of 18” or more to adequately touch the ground with a slight bend in the knees for optimum sizing. Your child can learn to push, balance, and coast in the Non-powered mode. Graduate them to the powered mode (the holy grail of fun) as they show proficient use and understanding of the brake and the ability to coast and brake while standing. Start them with a speed similar to what they can push the non-powered version at, and they learn the use of the twist throttle, and a long coast turn into a constant use of throttle and giggles. As they continue to develop skills, the medium speed of the STACYC 16eDRIVE allows for an exceptional amount of fun outdoors, getting thousands of hours of hand-eye coordination, balance, and outdoor exercise.

Perfect for 4-7 yr old rippers under 75 lbs, with 18-24” inseam

  • 16” Composite Wheels with Pneumatic tires
  • Seat Height: 17"
  • Weight: 19 lbs with battery
  • Frame: Aluminum TIG Welded and Heat Treatment
  • Fork: Steel, bmx style

    Learn more - click here!

What is old is new again. 

Suzuki has pulled the covers off the next iteration of the legendary Katana.

Based heavily off the Suzuki GSX-S1000F, Suzuki says the new Katana is not just a styling exercise but more an opportunity to expose one of their most famous names to new riders as part of news the company plans to release 10 new large capacity machines by 2021.

The 2020 Katana is powered by the 147 hp, 999cc inline four-cylinder of the GSX-S, itself a version of the 2005 GSX-R1000 superbike motor but tuned for better low-to mid-range performance. The GSX-S twin-spar aluminum chassis is also essentially unchanged, KYB supply the front and rear suspension, Brembo have fitted their four-piston monobloc calipers, yet it’s the styling that’s the biggest change between this and a GSX-S.

The electronics come packing traction control, ABS brakes and three riding modes

Harking back to the original 1980s Katana, the seat position is very upright, with the lines close to what made the original such a revered machine. Grey and red with a square headlight and edge panels on the side of the seat, the Katana’s styling is unlike anything in Suzuki’s current line-up.

Suzuki has yet to release the pricing or availability of the 2020 Katana, but expect something in the first quarter of 2019.

LCC Powersports serving the greater Kansas City area!