While it’s cold here at our headquarters in Anamosa, Iowa, the temperature is much warmer toward the south at our Destination Daytona Superstore. Point being…as Bike Week 2010 approaches, things are only going to get hotter!
Whether this is your 10th Bike Week or your first, you’ve may be wondering what exactly you can do while you’re in Daytona – besides ride, of course! Our Destination Daytona Superstore and the surrounding Destination Daytona complex will be hopping, and it’s a destination you won’t want to miss. From seeing some of the hottest bikes in the area to motorcycle-related shopping and entertainment galore, Destination Daytona has it all!
J&P Cycles has it all, also! Our exhibitor lot will be up and running from February 24 through March 7, and will be packed full of manufacturers showing off the latest and greatest in motorcycle parts and accessories. This year, you chat with reps from Biker’s Choice, Drag Specialties, Memphis Shades, Mustang Motorcycle Seats, Saddlemen, Battistinis, Z1R Helmets, Daytona Twin Tec LLC, Rivera Primo, Bell Helmets, AutoGem, Avon Tyres, Metzeler, Dunlop Motorcycle Tires, and Progressive Suspension, just to name a few.
Mechanics from Fix Cycles will be on hand providing general repair and parts installation, and there will be free installation on all Memphis Shades windshields and Mustang Motorcycle Seats. Plus, tire installation will be performed daily on the J&P lot through out the week-and-a-half long rally.
Bike Week participants will be able to find some pretty sweet deals in the J&P Cycles closeout tent, where you can save up to 50 percent on a ton of great motorcycle parts and accessories!! And if you’ve never been to our Destination Daytona Superstore before, get yourself ready, because it’s like walking into a museum. In addition to displays of great motorcycle parts and accessories, apparel and collectibles (more than 50,000 were on display at last count —, our founder and president John Parham has a love for all things motorcycle, especially antique bikes and memorabilia) the 15,000 square foot showroom is also home to numerous antique motorcycles displayed in a beautiful mezzanine, gorgeous motorcycle canvas prints, and huge wallpaper scenes from the past.
Tell us… will we see you at Daytona Bike Week 2010?