Biker’s Edge owner Lowell Kemp, left, and operations manager Brian West in the dealership’s showroom at 1201 E. Central. Kemp started the business in 1976 in Newton, originally as a motorcycle parts, accessories, apparel and service shop. Today, it is a dealer for Victory and Triumph motorcycles, and Polaris all-terrain vehicles and side-by-sides.
Biker’s Edge owner Lowell Kemp, left, and operations manager Brian West in the dealership’s showroom at 1201 E. Central. Kemp started the business in 1976 in Newton, originally as a motorcycle parts, accessories, apparel and service shop. Today, it is a dealer for Victory and Triumph motorcycles, and Polaris all-terrain vehicles and side-by-sides. The Wichita Eagle
Biker’s Edge owner Lowell Kemp, left, and operations manager Brian West in the dealership’s showroom at 1201 E. Central. Kemp started the business in 1976 in Newton, originally as a motorcycle parts, accessories, apparel and service shop. Today, it is a dealer for Victory and Triumph motorcycles, and Polaris all-terrain vehicles and side-by-sides. The Wichita Eagle

Biker’s Edge goes off-road to grow its business

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