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 [...]

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 [...]

Bridgestone Breaks Into the American Cruiser Market with the Battlecruise H50

Bridgestone Breaks Into the American Cruiser Market with the Battlecruise H50 When choosing tires for your cruiser, you quickly learn that there’s only a few brands in the market to choose from. Bridgestone is now giving American V-twin riders more options with the launch of their Battlecruise H50. Whether you ride a Harley-Davidson, Indian, or [...]

Roland Sands Design: The Making of the Brand

Roland Sands Design: The Making of the Brand I remember the very moment when I first wanted a Harley-Davidson Sportster. I was scrolling through #motorcycles on Instagram when I came across a photo of an Iron 883 equipped with a Roland Sands Design (RSD) Slant 2 into 1 Exhaust. I spent days obsessing over the [...]

Motorcycle Helmet Guide

Looking for a new motorcycle helmet? You're in the right place. Motorcycle helmets have drastically evolved over the last few decades. There are many types of helmets to choose from. It may seem overwhelming at first but there are certain qualities you may be looking for that will help narrow down the choices. Additionally you'll [...]

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Motorcycle Seat Guide

Buying an aftermarket motorcycle seat can be intimidating, there are so many styles and such a wide range of prices. Fortunately finding the right seat isn’t as difficult as it seems, it all depends on what you are trying to achieve from purchasing the new seat. Why might you want to replace the stock seat? [...]

2017-05-10T11:58:26+00:00 By |Motorcycle Buyers Guides|Comments Off on Motorcycle Seat Guide

Motorcycle Helmet Care

Helmets are arguably the single most important piece of safety gear. Much like your bike your helmet needs to be taken care of for it to perform at its full capability, which in unfortunate events can be the difference between a concussion and walking away safe. Taking care of your helmet will also keep it [...]

2017-05-10T11:59:48+00:00 By |How-To Articles, Motorcycle Buyers Guides|Comments Off on Motorcycle Helmet Care

J&P Exclusive Release: Limited Edition Sturgis 75th Bell Helmet

Bell Sturgis 75th Custom 500 Open Face Helmet

Commemorate the 75th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in style with a limited edition Bell Custom 500 helmet. In honor of the 75th rally, Carey Hart, the official Grand Marshall for the rally, and Airtrix teamed up to design this one-of-a-kind helmet.

The Bell Sturgis 75th Custom 500 Helmet is available for pre-order and will be available for delivery in September. Pre-order yours today and own a piece of history. Limited quantities are available—get yours before they’re gone!

This J&P Cycles exclusive helmet features 5 shells and EPS liners for an exceptional fit, an ultra low-profile fiberglass composite shell, a padded chin strap with D-ring closer and integrated 5-snap pattern for … Continue Reading

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Remedy the Recall and Secure Your Saddlebags

Harley-Davidson Saddlebag RecallHarley-Davidson issued a saddlebag recall last week on all 2014-2015 Project Rushmore Saddlebags. The recall stated that the saddlebag mounting receptacle part no. 10900009 on some 2014 and 2015 Touring motorcycles may not adequately secure the saddlebag to the motorcycle during use.

Owners of the affected motorcycles are being asked to seek assistance from their local Harley-Davidson dealer to confirm that the motorcycle is covered by the recall. If covered, an updated receptacle will be installed free of charge. However, Harley-Davidson also says that some product campaigns may have expired, and you may to have to pay for the service.

Reda Innovations Saddlebag LockRecall or no recall, riders have the option to replace … Continue Reading

For Those Who Believe We Shouldn’t be Forced to Do Anything, This Lid’s for You!

Helmets Suck! HelmetChances are, if you don’t live in Iowa, Illinois or New Hampshire, your state requires you to wear a motorcycle helmet when riding. If you think that’s a load of bull, check out J&P Cycles limited edition Helmets Suck! motorcycle helmet.

The Helmets Suck! helmet was designed with the pro-choice rider in mind. This half helmet is comfortable, lightweight and affordable; you might actually decide you like it (but your secret is safe with us.) This limited edition helmet will be available beginning in late August and will only be available for a limited time.

So, which side are you on? Maybe you’re not on either, but not surprisingly, there are … Continue Reading