The 74th Annual Sturgis Rally is just around the corner, and here at J&P Cycles our event crew is on the ground in Sturgis preparing for this colossal event! We’re gearing up for our lot at 1650 Lazelle Street to not only be in the heart of all the Sturgis action, but have everything you need for you and your ride while in town. You’ll find us open Tuesday, July 29 through Saturday, Aug. 9.
See the latest and newest product wares from some of the hottest vendors in the industry: Kuryakyn, Mustang, Vance & Hines, and plenty of others. Plus, take advantage of free installs on … Continue Reading
Harley-Davidson announced a number of updates to its touring models, a cumulative result of a product development effort the company calls “Project Rushmore.” These enhancements cover several areas, addressing performance, comfort, style and infotainment needs, and will be implemented across eight 2014 Harley-Davidson Touring models: the Road King, Street Glide, Street Glide Special, Electra Glide Ultra Classic, Electra Glide Ultra Limited, the Tri-Glide Ultra Classic trike and the CVO Road King and CVO Limited.
Per Harley, “Project RUSHMORE has been touched by thousands of people, most of them being our customers and our employees,” says Scott Habegger, Harley-Davidson Director of Motorcycle Planning. “The voice of the customer is represented not … Continue Reading
February 20, 2013 | By: Rick Jessen
Editor’s Note: The following is the second in a series by J&P’s own Rick Jessen to show you what can be done to personalize your motorcycle with a little imagination and a J&P Cycles catalog. A plus, one doesn’t need to spend a fortune on custom, fabricated one-of-a-kind parts.
So now you have seen how this bike looked when I bought it (The Evolution of My Evolution – Part I), let’s continue with the first phase of changes. I have not been known as a person who uses a windshield, but since I turned 60 last year I thought I could use a small shield. I purchased … Continue Reading
While most of us are itching to get back out on our bikes, it’s still a bit frigid in most parts of the country to ride at highway speeds. A good way, however, to score some early seat time without turning into a popsicle is to add a windshield to your ride. And if the idea of a windshield isn’t very appealing to you, either because of the esthetics or something else, then the folks at National Cycle may have what you need.
Earlier this month — at V-Twin Expo in Cincinnati, Ohio — National Cycle debuted two perfect ways to add wind perfection to your ride while maintaining a … Continue Reading