How to Build a Harley-Davidson Sportster Tracker on a $2,000 Budget

How to Build a Harley-Davidson Sportster Tracker on a $2,000 Budget The reviving popularity of hooligan flat track racing has sparked enthusiasm for customizing Harley Davidson Sportsters by converting them into dual-sport trackers and scramblers. Lines continue to blur what once clearly separated motorcycles into standard classifications. Customizers want to push the limits of what [...]

How to Customize Your Motorcycle

Motorcycle enthusiasts love to express individual style through customization. American V-Twin motorcycles like Harley Davidsons are fun to customize, because they can take on so many different looks. Serious riders like to get highest possible performance out of their motorcycle by replacing stock parts with quality aftermarket parts. J&P Cycles has a large variety of [...]

Winterizing Your Motorcycle

Winterizing Your Motorcycle If you aren't one of the lucky ones who lives in a climate where you can ride year round, you will need to store your motorcycle for the winter. You want to make sure your bike will be ready for that first spring ride, so don't just park your bike for a [...]

Road Hazards to Avoid on a Motorcycle

Road Hazards to Avoid on a Motorcycle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eL0Rtvlw8X8   When you are riding on two wheels, you have to be more aware of your surroundings than if you are driving a car. There are many hazards to look out for that could cause damage to you and your bike. 1. Gravel One of the [...]

J.W. Speaker Adaptive Headlight

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=561spN6mFI4   Let There Be Light I recently upgraded my Roadking with the J.W Speaker adaptive LED Headlight and LED Spot Lights. I’ve had them installed now for a few hundred miles and so far, so good. Installation was easy and the lights had a feel of quality to them. Since my bike is [...]

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Invest an Hour, Ride for Days

Everyone wants to spend as much time as possible on their ride, and summer is a prime riding season.  Even in the heat, there is nothing better than taking off for roads unknown, the local watering hole, or taking a different way home on your daily commute just to spend a bit more time on [...]

How to Remove an H-D Road Glide Fairing

Patrick shows you how to remove the outer fairing from a 2015 Harley-Davidson Road Glide. If you’re planning on doing audio, dash or gauge upgrades on your bagger, this is the first step you’ll want to take.

Tools needed:
• 3/16” allen wrench
• t27 torx
• t25 torx
• Phillips screwdriver

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How to Set the Suspension Sag on Your Motorcycle

Are your shocks set up correctly? Do you know to check? Because your sag will vary based on your riding conditions and the weight on your bike, it’s important to check your sag and reset it as needed.

In this video, J&P Cycles merchant Patrick Garvin walks you through how to check and set your motorcycle suspension sag. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to chat with one of our techs or give us a call.… Continue Reading

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