The Bell Moto 3 Retro Throwback Trends in motorcycle culture are evolving. Lines are getting blurred. The clearly defined categories that once segregated bikers into their own niche have faded. Guys who build choppers are now wanting a bike that can race flat track or explore off-road trails. It’s not uncommon to see someone with [...]
When Generations Collide I am on the younger side of the new generation of Harley riders. This weekend, I got to tag along on a ride with some old school bikers. It was really awesome to experience riding with guys who grew up when chopper culture was in its prime. I met the guys at [...]
If you have any interest in history and/or motorcycles, the National Motorcycle Museum is a great place to visit. Located a mere mile from our headquarters in Anamosa, Iowa, this summer will be an especially exciting time for a visit (this June the Museum will unveil its new facilities, a move that will expand floor space from 16,000 square feet to an amazing 36,000 square feet).
Founded in 1989 by people who love motorcycling, including J&P Cycles Co-founder, John Parham, the National Motorcycle Museum features more than 225 bikes, some dating as far back as 1903. These pieces of motorcycle history range from Ariel to Zundapp and come from around … Continue Reading
The New Year is almost here and if you’re like me, you still need a new calendar! Luckily, J&P has just what you are looking for: A cool calendar at a cool price, and you can only get it from J&P Cycles!
which includes 12 reproductions from J&P founder & President John Parham’s personal antique photo collection of motorcycles in the early 20th century, shows a different vintage motorcycle scene for each month. The neat part is that you see not only a wide range of motorcycles — including Harleys, Indians and even Motordromes — but you also get to see the … Continue Reading