J&P Cycles Open House Rally is Heading Home

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The J&P Cycles Open House Rally started as a small customer appreciation event hosted by John & Jill Parham, it was their way to give back to everyone who enjoys a life on two wheels. Today it has grown into a full-blown, free 2-day motorcycle rally attended by over 35,000 riders. To keep up with the rapid growth, the event was moved to the Jones County Fairgrounds last year. For 2016, we are proud to say that we are bringing the largest motorcycle rally in the Midwest back to the original stomping grounds in Anamosa.

anamosa-mapScheduled for June 25th and 26th, the 2016 Open House Rally will take place once again at the J&P Cycles Anamosa Retail Center. This year will be bigger than ever before and we are ready for it with a huge expanded showroom and vendor area, featuring over 100 of the industry’s top vendors. Many of the top vendors like Vance & Hines, Kuryakyn, KST, Progressive, and more will be providing on-site installations. Additionally if you need a new tire we’ve got you covered with on-site tire installations.

Although our event has grown, our focus is still on providing a family friendly environment where you can enjoy world class entertainment, free food, and unprecedented access to everything for your ride.

CowboyKennyImageBoth days of the event will have Door Prize giveaways, ride-in bike shows, Cowboy Kenny Bartram stunt show, multiple beer stands and live music. Concerts will be held both days featuring Half Fast, Downward Fall, and Electric Shock on Saturday along with Joie Wails and Playground of Sound on Sunday. If you plan on bringing the whole family we will have a kid zone so everyone can have fun. For more information be sure to head over to the J&P Cycles Open House Event Page, we hope to see you there!

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  1. Ron Sindric June 1, 2016 at 9:08 am

    FANTASTICAL ! Will be there riding my brand new HARLEY!
    I reeeeeally miss riding to the store and walking around purchasing “goodies” for my five bikes.

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