How to Customize Your Motorcycle

Customize Motorcycle Style

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 upgrades to enhance your ride with style, comfort, and performance.

Anyone who says you they don’t care about looking cool on their motorcycle is lying. But, no one wants to ride through aches and pain either. When customizing your motorcycle it is important to choose upgrades that increase comfort, convenience, and performance while giving your bike a unique custom look tailored to your personal style.

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We put together a list of six categories for simple motorcycle upgrades you can do yourself that will get you ready to rule the road in style.

  1. Motorcycle Lights Increase your visibility with the right motorcycle lighting. Seeing and being seen are among the top priorities when riding your motorcycle. That’s why we offer our customers motorcycle lights from quality brands like Adjure, Headwinds and Milwaukee Twins. Browse J&P Cycles’ incredible selection of motorcycle headlights and license plate mounts and accessories. As the largest retailer for aftermarket motorcycle parts and accessories, J&P Cycles is your one-stop shop for motorcycle lights, license plate accessories and more.
  1. Motorcycle Wheels J&P Cycles offers wheel packages that will transform the look of your motorcycle.
  1. Motorcycle Luggage Gear up with motorcycle saddlebags and luggage. J&P Cycles understands that whether you’re heading out on a long trip or just a short day ride, you need to take some things with you, and we have all the luggage and gear you need to pack it all in. Browse our selection of thousands of styles of travel bags for whatever your style may be — from soft saddle bags and hard bags to leather luggage, and simple to adorned and decorated saddle bags and luggage. Whatever your style — J&P Cycles has you covered. We have tool bags, windshield bags, saddlebags, sissy bar bags and more. There’s a bag for every need!
  1. Motorcycle Frame & Body Motorcycle highway bars not only protect your bike from damage if you lay it down, but they also provide you an additional foot position for riding comfort. When you are on a long ride, having options for changing your riding stance can increase blood circulation and allow adjustments for a significant increase in comfort. Add some highway bars to feel like you can stretch out on your favorite recliner while riding.
  1. Motorcycle Audio Accessorize your ride with a motorcycle radio and accessories such as speakers and amps. Video cameras, antennas and sound systems are just a few of the motorcycle audio and electronic components that J&P Cycles offers. We also offer a large selection of sound systems, CB radios, garage door openers, speakers and more. With the largest selection of aftermarket motorcycle parts, we offer motorcycle audio components from top brands, including Cycle Sounds, Hogtunes, Hells Foundry and GoPro.
  1. Motorcycle Dash & Speedometers Push your motorcycle dash accessories to the limit with a new gauge kit. Upgrade the look of your bike with a new motorcycle speedometer and dash kit from J&P Cycles. Customize all the aspects of your motorcycle dash from lighting and hardware knobs to tachometers and motorcycle speedometers. With a huge selection of products from the top industry brands, including Auto Meter and Dakota Digital, you will find what you need to customize your bike. J&P Cycles can also help you protect your motorcycle speedometer and dash with dash covers and trim.

Contact J&P Cycles today and we’ll help you get started!

2017-02-02T11:56:09+00:00 By |Bike Builds, How-To Articles|3 Comments

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  1. Jeff January 27, 2017 at 7:28 am

    @ Ken Good points all Ken. However, I would add takinh an MSF course to actually have thing demonstrated to you and actually feel the reactions from the motorcycle. New riders should take the BRC, more experienced riders should take the BRC2 and even riders with years of experience can benefit from the ARC. I still ride with people who, after years of experience, still skim their feet during low speed maneuvers. It is at those time that the Rider Coach in me comes out. “Pick up your feet”.

  2. Ron Sindric January 17, 2017 at 3:53 pm

    Some bikes have quality parts from the get-go; like my old BMW K100RS. Another category for customization should be reliability. Many of the “add-on / after-market” customizations often do not show. For example, my HD SPORTY has a BARNETT SCORPION Lock-up clutch, BAKER transmission, SHORAI Lithium Battery, RUSSELL cables and hoses, a hefty 2-gauge battery ground strap, one-of-a-kind USB power tap, KURAYKIN Smart-Phone mount, ICOM IC-2300H radio transceiver, heated grips, and a HORNET deer avoidance “whistle”. This Spring I am considering a custom GENTEX Hybrid Full Display Mirror System { http://www.gentex.com/automotive/mirror-module ). The process is on-going and I doubt that I will ever have my Bike “just the way I want it. Collision avoidance technology tied to the GENTEX Mirror System will be the next step along with a monitor system for battery life, engine temp, etc.

  3. Ken January 17, 2017 at 3:23 pm

    Nice article.

    First of all you will never rule the road so put that out of your head.

    Second of all, if you want to start out right buy some good reading material and videos on “SAFETY” and learn to ride the bike properly so you don’t look like a fool when you crash.
    I recommend Ride like a Pro videos.

    Then, after you buy the safety stuff buy good gear. If you cannot afford good gear, DON’T RIDE!

    Then, once you begin to ride figure it out quick that there is always some guy out there you wants to impress and he will always have a bigger, nicer, prettier and more invested into bike than you do and he will make sure you know that.

    So, it’s not a bragging rights contest it’s about enjoying the sport (and yes it is a sport) of motorcycling.

    And please for the sake of all that is good, JOIN the AMA. If you don’t you are just a poser in my mind.

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