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Cycles Plus, Guam's Premier Powersports Dealership Adds Polaris to Their Lineup

April 13, 2015

Joey Crisostomo, Guam's local legend when it comes to motocross and powersports always has exciting things going on, personally and professionally. His powersports company, Cycles Plus has recently added Polaris Industries and Polaris Defense to its strong lineup of brands and they couldn't be more excited. Guam's residents and businesses can expect great products from Polaris, including off-road, on-road, and commercial & government vehicles. In addition to the retail line, a big component is Polaris Defense. "With the impending military buildup as well as the increase in business activity and construction, Polaris Defense has an integral place on island," says Dennis Quinones, General Manager.

"We have a strong team in place and we know that now is a good time to add Polaris to the Cycles Plus family," said Joey Crisostomo, owner and president. "The experience and passion we have in service, parts, and sales are what will take Cycles Plus to the next level in the powersports business on island."

Growth is no stranger to Crisostomo. When the company started in 2003 they began as a Suzuki dealer. Today the company boasts major brands like Kawasaki, Honda, Suzuki, and now Polaris Industries, including Polaris Defense. General Manager, Dennis Quinones, a staple in the powersports community on island says "the powersports business is always exciting. It's a broad range from motorcycles, scooters, ATVs, jet skis, and side by sides. Not only in the sense of general and practical usage but also with the sports affiliated with the products. We're excited to welcome Polaris to our extensive lineup."

Cycles Plus invites you to their superstore in Maite to test drive the Polaris lineup or attend Smokin' Wheels at the Guam International Raceway in Yigo this weekend, April 17 - 19.

"If you're ready for adventure and fun in the trails or simply need the muscle to help on your ranch or business, come and see us today," urges Joey Crisostomo.