VJMC Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Rally
Join us Saturday July 13, 2019 for the VJMC Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Rally - whether just checking out these cool bikes or brining one of your own - come join us, it's free! Plus enjoy a free hotdog, chips and soda courtesy of the CMA (Christian Motorcycle Association) Saturday July 13 - 10am to 2pm. Hotdogs while they last from 11am-1pm
Don't miss Janey's Ride - Sunday June 30th, 2019. Janey's Ride is a memorial ride for LCC Powersports co-founder Janey Heishman. This 22nd annual ride will benefit VCP (Veteran's Community Project) You can pre-register online at www.janeysride.com or stop by LCC. Don't miss out this great ride and help raise money for this great cause!
SX FANS, ATHLETES RAISE OVER $200,000 FOR ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL
As the final laps of the 2019 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, were being logged into the record books and three first-time champions were being crowned (Cooper Webb in the 450SX Class, Dylan Ferrandis in the Western Regional 250SX Class, and Chase Sexton in the Eastern Regional 250SX Class), so began the final hours in the first-ever Supercross-St. Jude online auction where fans and athletes alike championed for another cause—the fight to end childhood cancer. read more
Yamaha Venture Save up to $4000!
We've got two 2018 Yamaha Ventures left and Jeff says he wants them gone by the end of May! You can buy one today for $4000 off or take advantage of 0% financing with your good credit and take $2000 off! Give Dave or Ashley a call at 816-781-6880 or stop by today!
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! www.lccpowersports.com/demo
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.
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