SOA Cast Members Appearing at Open House Rally

//SOA Cast Members Appearing at Open House Rally

SOA Cast Members Appearing at Open House Rally

Aerial 1J&P Cycles knows how to have one hell of a bash in the cornfields of Eastern Iowa! 2013 marks the 34th annual event, which is now called the J&P Cycles Open House Rally. This year’s event is scheduled for June 29-30. Founders John and Jill Parham started the original one-day event as a customer appreciation of sorts to thank their loyal customers for their business. Today that one-day event has grown into two and is bigger than ever!

cast-Hurstcast-FlanaganLast year more than 30,000 motorcyclists converged on Anamosa, Iowa and the J&P Cycles headquarters. This year we hope to up the ante and attract even more. Ryan Hurst who plays Harry “Opie” Winston along with Tommy Flanagan who plays Filip “Chibs” Telford will be in attendance for this year’s event.

See the crew from 1 Wheel Revolution and on Saturday, meet Roland Sands. More than 110 motorcycle vendors will be on site displaying the latest in motorcycle merchandise, including 20 semis. The J&P event is one of the largest in the Midwest – outside of Sturgis – this is one of the only places to see this many motorcycle manufacturers in one area.

Start planning now – June 29 and 30 are the dates for this year. Check out our event on Facebook, add to your calendar and share with your friends.



By |2015-04-15T14:00:08+00:00April 9th, 2013|Categories: News/Events Articles|12 Comments

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  1. Harleydude2009 April 26, 2013 at 1:05 pm

    We all know you can’t ride around killing people and
    burning stuff up, it’s just a TV show, I watch it and the Devils Ride, not even the 1%ers can do those things. The feds would be all over you, it’s just fun and fun to watch….get over it

  2. Beau April 26, 2013 at 12:26 am

    Got a map?

  3. Richard McGinley April 25, 2013 at 11:18 pm

    Very Coool John Parham & J&P Cycles !!! LQQking forward to all the FUN ! Cant wait to just Talk Shop w/everybody………….Scoots & more Scoots ! Live to Ride…..Ride to LIVE !!! I’m riding my Scoot all the way out to Anamosa from New England ! We’re leavin’ June 20th and pointin’ our kneez West !! IAM PSYCHED ! What an AWESOME Ride It’ll be ! THANK YOU J&P CYCLES !!!

  4. Don April 25, 2013 at 9:11 pm

    SOA is an excellent show, it has bikers and non bikers watching it weekly for over 5 seasons and is FX’s most watched show.

    But it is Hollywood, great advertising for Harley, but dude anyone with a brain over the age of 5 knows it is Hollywood’s version of a biker gang.

    So wake up!

  5. xrims April 25, 2013 at 7:46 pm

    Ridin is ridin and acting is acting! If they ride there own bikes on the set then there ridin . And a true Brother or Sister of the 2 wheel world doesn’t judge another!

  6. bob April 25, 2013 at 7:19 pm

    s.o.a. yes it a tv show i like it i sit back and watch it and think it funy sum times i say drugs are bad and the righters must be doing thim iv ben on a bike for 42years seen a lot but the sho is funy but ti will keep the rubs a way thin let thim beleave that the way it is for the real biker world we know it is b for the most and it a bout fredum not what you ride it’s a bout 2 weals and pride thank you bob/68

  7. Danny April 25, 2013 at 6:47 pm

    Some day ill make that ride from central New York!

  8. Starsky April 25, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    Why don’t you whiney rubs that don’t have a clue about what a real biker is,crawl back into your beemers,and let real bikers be bikers,in case you don’t understand get out of our world,and go back to the little mama’s boy world you belong in!!!!!silly mama’s boy harley’s are for men,not for boy’s with a trust fund!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Iceman April 25, 2013 at 4:14 pm

    Grow up!SOA is a TV show.J&P is the best supplier in this country They will not comprimise thier buisness or thier customers.Wisconsin supports thier decision.

  10. George April 25, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    Ken…its a TV show, c’mon

  11. Ken S April 25, 2013 at 1:06 pm

    Not sure why you host someone that stereotypes bikers and gives them a bad reputation. Just sayin

    • JB April 25, 2013 at 9:59 pm

      They’re not “giving” bikers a bad name. They’re emulating life as a 1%’er as a tv show.
      Would you say “The Godfather” is stereotyping mobsters and giving them a bad name?…..

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