J&P Cycles Open House features two custom motorcycle shows


The folks at J&P Cycles are promising an off-the-chain party for the 32nd Annual J&P Cycles Open House June 25 and 26.

More than 20,000 people attended last year’s event.

For 2011, Extreme Obstacle Rider Geoff Aaron will perform trials. Aaron is a 10-time AMA Trials Champion with more than 73 career National wins. Other performances include the Daytona Harley-Davidson Drill Team and ILL Conduct Motorcycle Stunt Show.

A dyno drag will be on site, the S&S and J&P Cycles X-Wedge Motorcycle will be unveiled, and 80 top motorcycle equipment manufacturers will showcase their latest wares.

Visitors will save big throughout the weekend on J&P Cycles’ inventory of PG&A. Most products in the showroom will be 10 percent off (15 percent for Gold Club members) and a portion of the one-acre warehouse will be devoted to drastically reduced clearance items at up to 50 percent off.

Guests can win more than $5,000 in door prizes, or donate for a chance to win the National Motorcycle Museum’s one-of-a-kind 1947 Replica Knucklehead. There will also be a silent auction to benefit the nearby National Motorcycle Museum.

Two bike shows will be held – one June 25 sponsored by American Iron, American Iron Baggers and RoadBike magazines for all makes and models. Registration is from 8 to 11 a.m. or the first 50 bikes. June 26 IronWorks magazine is hosting a bike show for antique/vintage bikes and retro bobbers. Registration is from 9 to 11 a.m. or the first 50 bikes. The entry fee for both shows is $15 for each bike. Awards for both shows will be at 3 p.m. Classes include: Class Awards, Sponsor’s Choice, Judge’s Choice and Best Paint.

Check the J&P Cycles website for updates.

Posted by Holly Wagner

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