September 11, 2014 | By: J&P Cycles
Chris Gibbany, Harrison, Arkansas, was “the chosen one,” for the 2014 Garage-Girls Ultimate Biker Makeover. The contest asked contestants to submit an essay with a maximum of 600 words describing why they were in the most need of a motorcycle makeover.
Chris compelled the judges writing about cutting as many corners as possible in order to put herself through school and provide for the things needed most. Here is Chris’ submission to the contest in its entirety:
My brother and I were given the option of a candy bar a day or the equivalent in money, I ALWAYS took the money, he took the candy. I took care of all … Continue Reading
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
The 2014 Daytona Bike Week is in the books, but we had such a great time that we had to share just how awesome it was! Attendance was up at our J&P Cycles Destination Daytona Superstore and despite the construction at the Speedway, we saw quite a few folks come through and check out the J&P Cycles mobile showroom.
Bike Week 2014 started off rainy and miserable, but then the skies cleared up and the sun came out. And so did the bikes! Main Street was packed as usual with vendors, bars, bikes and babes lining the fabled stretch of asphalt night-after-night and day-after-day. Anyone who knows Daytona will tell … Continue Reading
January 24, 2014 | By: J&P Cycles
While most of the United States is in winter’s fury, this is a great time to wrench on your motorcycle in preparation for that first great day! In the next few weeks, we’ll be posting how to videos of jobs you can do (easily) in your garage.
First up, replacing the seat on your Harley-Davidson.