As long as you’ve got your calendar off the kitchen wall, you might as well mark down June 25 and 26, because those are the dates for the 32nd annual J&P Cycles Open House. This two-day weekend event is an annual tradition for thousands of our friends and customers, and it remains popular after more than three decades because of all the activities we put on.
Take, for example, the Daytona Harley-Davidson Drill Team, the ILLConduct Motorcycle Stunt Show and Extreme Gravity Defying Entertainment. In between the action shows, we’ll have more than 80 of the top motorcycle manufacturers showcasing their latest wares on our expansive grounds. And there will be a lot more — in fact, details are being formed, firmed up and finalized on an almost daily basis. Check the J&P Cycles website, www.jpcycles.com for updates.
Visitors have the opportunity to save — big time — throughout the weekend, with deals flying all over the place on J&P Cycles’ enormous inventory of parts and accessories. As an example, most of our products in the showroom will be 10 percent off (15 for Gold Club members), and a portion of our huge one-acre warehouse will be devoted to drastically reduced clearance items (up to 50 percent off).
The J&P Cycles’ Showroom Semi will be on hand, displaying some of the coolest products around, and you can be in the running for more than $5,000 in door prizes. Plus, you can get in on the opportunity to win the National Motorcycle Museum’s one-of-a-kind 1947 Replica Knucklehead.
The J&P Cycles annual Open House event gets bigger each year and this year is no different! More than 20,000 of our customers attended last year.
The event started out as a small Customer Appreciation Day held by owners John and Jill Parham to thank their customers for their business throughout the year. Now, as the world’s largest aftermarket retailer of parts and accessories for Harley-Davidson, V-Twin Metric Cruiser, Gold Wing and Sport Bike motorcycles, this event is second only to Sturgis to find this many motorcycle manufacturers in one area in the Midwest.
Got the calendar marked? OK, put it back on the nail hook and start packing up for June.