Third Annual Transcontinental Motorcycle Cannonball Run Set for September

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August 19, 2014 | By: J&P Cycles

Cannonball Run 1The third annual Motorcycle Cannonball Endurance Run for pre-1937 bikes will start at Daytona Beach, Florida on Sept 5, 2014 and conclude in Tacoma, Washington on Sept 21. This 17-day, 4,150 ride is scheduled to take riders through 10 states with a limited number of interstate miles with designated stops at five motorcycle museums along the way, and over a dozen hosted stops at motorcycle dealers. These organized stops will allow classic bike enthusiasts, motorcycle fans and anyone interested in these amazing machines and their riders an opportunity to check them out in person.

The Motorcycle Cannonball is not as much of a race as a test of rider endurance … Continue Reading

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Top 12 Historic Female Riders, Part IV

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April 4, 2014 | By: J&P Cycles

Editor’s Note: The following is the fourth and final blog in a four-part series showcasing 12 female riders with historic significance.

In Parts I, II and III we introduced you to the duos of Effie & Avis Hotchkiss and Adeline & Augusta van Buren as well as the first female to win an AMA event Dorothy “Dot” Robinson, Iron Horse Motorcycle Club Founder Bessie Stringfield, Motor Maids Founder Linda Dugeau, the First Lady of Sturgis Pearl Hoel, First Original Stunt Rider Terry Strong and First Female Member of the 200 Mph Club Marcia Holley.

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Facts: Sturgis Hall of Fame Member, Custom Bike Builder and Land Speed Record … Continue Reading

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Top 12 Historic Female Riders, Part I

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March 15, 2014 | By: J&P Cycles

Editor’s Note: The following is the first in a four-part series showcasing 12 female riders with historic significance.

The 19th Amendment guaranteed Women would receive the same right to vote as men. The era between 1878 and when it was finally ratified in 1920 were tough on women everywhere, but for those who stood up for what they believed in and help prove, reveal or otherwise convince the majority of the citizens of the United States that women kick ass and deserve to have the same rights as men: We want to say thank you. As you read through this brief overview of important women in motorcycle history, some … Continue Reading

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