Meet Our Team


Barry Wressell - Owner and Sales Manager

President and CEO Barry Wressell has been in the motorcycle industry since 1988. During this time period he has been involved in many forms of motorsport racing. Barry has worked in sales, parts and service for several dealerships and performance shops. He also represented many of them professionally as a sponsored rider.

Barry's career has spanned over amateur and professional events, racing with WMRRA, OMRRA and AMA.                                            


During his road racing career, he has had hundreds of podium wins, many year end class championships and he has won two #2 overall plates.

Barry acquired the skills that would eventually lead him to found KFG. Demand for his expertise and skills have taken him to the highest levels of our sport and to world famous tracks and events. 

Since the company was founded in 2001, he has and continues to strive constantly to provide customers with the highest level of performance.

 

 


April Wressell - Owner & General Manager

Vice-President and CFO April Wressell has been in the motorcycle industry since 1998. During this time period she has been involved in many forms of motorsport racing. During her road racing career she raced with WMRRA and OMRRA on a Honda RS125 and Suzuki SV650. Winning several lightweight endurance races a class championship and an overall class championship endurance cup.

April was a pioneer for women in the racing community,during a time when females were just gaining foot along side the men. She served on WMRRA Executive Board for 5 years from 2000 to 2005 as  3rd Vice President. This position oversaw scoring, contingency and registration. 

In 2000 she traveled to Japan to train for the summer. In 2001 she was invited to exclusive first ever women’s riding school, Ducati Revs America “Ducati Donne” in Las Vegas. Attendance was limited to only 30 women from around the world. She was honored to work with such greats as Ben and Eric Bostrom, Rubin Xaus, Vicki Jackson Bell, Freddy Spencer and Doug Polen. In 2002 she was chosen to attend the first “Aprilia Femmotto” women’s school, traveling to Virginia International Speedway.In 2003 Honda came knocking, hiring April as lead rider for a national commercial they were shooting for the Honda Shadow. She traveled to The Dales in Oregon to work the three day shoot.

 

 

 



Delaney Packard - Sales & Installation


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Stefan Kinker - Sales & Installation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      Rudy Mansano - Parts & Accessories