Need a new set of treads for your ride? Look no further than J&P Cycles for these must-haves! Not only do we have the hottest and newest motorcycle tires available in the marketplace, but we have some of the lowest prices, too.
Go to www.jpcycles.com/tires and check out these new, awesome and low-priced tires. In some cases, we’ve marked them 50 percent below retail prices! These savings aren’t just limited to one brand. Discounts are available for most of the popular brands, including Avon, Dunlop, Metzeler and Michelin, among others. ATV, Scooter and dirt bike tires are also available.
Whether you need tires right now or … Continue Reading
The weather’s cool here at our headquarters in Anamosa, Iowa, but we can guarantee things will be a lot hotter March 3 through 13 at our Destination Daytona Superstore in Florida. It’s Bike Week and the only thing that could make it hotter is having thousands of J&P Cycles’ closest friends come out and visit us!
Sunny Florida is the perfect mid-winter getaway. You can soak up the sun and get out and ride on the open road! The J&P Cycles Destination Daytona Superstore is THE place to be for this year’s Bike Week. See Flat Track Racer Joe Kopp who will be signing autographs March 9 from 1-3 p.m. … Continue Reading
The annual Dealer Expo was held in Indianapolis last weekend and J&P was well represented. This is one of the top dealer shows each year and it offers an array of products that pretty well covers the spectrum when it comes to the motorcycle market. We found ourselves virtually surrounded by products for Harley-Davidsons, metric cruisers, scooters and off-road. And the J&P crew was everywhere, scouring the enormous show floor in a search for new innovative items to offer our customers.
We picked up so much new stuff that it’d be difficult to catalog it all here, but we’ve highlighted a couple of new products that you can purchase … Continue Reading
The National Motorcycle Museum is planning to kick start summer 2011 by hosting its first-ever Vintage Rally June 3 and 4 in Anamosa, Iowa. And headlining the event is Dan Haggerty who will talk about building the bikes for the 1969 cult classic film, Easy Rider.
Dan will also inspect and discuss the film’s only remaining movie bike — the Captain America chopper — on permanent display at the museum.
Bring your 1985 or earlier vintage bikes for the bike show. You can pick up some must-have goodies as you explore the swap meet, then relax and listen to a panel discussion on motorcycle collecting. Join in as we … Continue Reading
Back in December we posted an article about the ongoing fight to end the ban on youth ATV’s and motorcycles. After two years of efforts by dealers and enthusiast Congress has taken notice. Tomorrow the House of Representatives Subcommittee On Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade will have a hearing to review the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, otherwise known as the “Lead law”. The MIC has submitted a letter to direct attention to the unintended ban on youth ATV’s and motorcycles that has resulted from the CPSIA lead content provision.
MIC issued a video prodding motorcyclists to show their support and make a push for Congress to amend the CPSIA and … Continue Reading
It’s winter here in Iowa and we just received a foot or more of snow. We’re all dreaming about getting our bikes out and enjoying the open road, but that dream’s still a few months away. What to do in the meantime?
How about taking advantage of an informative, fun and free workshop? Our J&P Cycles Winter Workshop gets underway from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 19 at our headquarters outside Anamosa, Iowa.
This particular workshop is geared toward anybody who owns a motorcycle of any kind – and that’s a pretty broad brushstroke. All we ask is that you register beforehand (http://www2.jpcycles.com/WinterWorkshop) and jot … Continue Reading
One of the coolest things about being a motorcycle enthusiast is the ability to share that enthusiasm with other motorcycle enthusiasts. There are tons of different shows throughout the year that allow us to swap stories, exchange ideas and talk shop.
Some events are based on having a good time and others are centered on a specific ride, celebration or activity. There are benefit rides, poker runs, open houses (J&P has a good one if you’ve never been), and massive “happenings” like Sturgis and Bike Week. There are specialized events that cater to specific groups of riders, such as the annual Vintage Days gathering in Ohio for those … Continue Reading
February 4, 2011 | By: Bud Milza
Editor’s Note: As promised on our Facebook Page, we’ve initiated a new monthly series called “Readers Rides of the Month,” spotlighting the best-looking bike selected from photographs submitted by you to our discerning team of J&P staffers. Shown here is the January 2011 winning entry, and we outline below why this bike won. If you think your ride is deserving of our accolades, send us a crisp, clear photograph.
We would like to thank everyone who submitted pictures to be considered for our new Readers’ Rides series. This month’s ride is a 1999 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy belonging to David Stewart of Eldorado, Ark. This is a perfect example of … Continue Reading
January 28, 2011 | By: J&P Cycles
Lowell Anderson has a passion for motorcycles that began with a habit of “borrowing” his friend’s Dad’s XV1100 Virago on occasion when his friend’s Dad wasn’t home and taking it for long rides without the benefit of a driver’s license.
Then after a bad breakup with a girl who shall remain nameless, he hocked the engagement ring and bought a Suzuki GSXR750. While scooting around town, acquiring an impressive number of speeding and reckless op tickets, a friend talked Lowell into take a road-racing training course so he could participate in a local circuit. He took his friend’s advice and loved racing.
Later in life Lowell applied for a job … Continue Reading
They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, and by the same token, you certainly can’t judge a biker by his ride. And since our primary goal here at J&P Cycles is to help ALL our customers, that ability to define what people want and need is a real challenge. It requires a unique skill set.
Fortunately, we’re staffed with experts in everything motorcycle and, considering the mix of customers that rely on us for service and advice, we do a damned good job. And part of the reason for that is we try to avoid stereotyping our customers based on the bikes they ride — not an … Continue Reading