“It takes 20 years to be an overnight success”. It’s what John Parham, owner of J&P Cycles, could tell you if you meet him today. And it’s what he told me 10 years ago (just change the number). J&P Cycles is, since quite a few years, the undisputed largest aftermarket motorcycle parts retailer in the United States. Not only selling parts for Harleys like many still think, but also for Metric Cruisers, for Indians and for Vintage Bikes & Restoration. His strategy since the start of his company in 1984? Offer retail clients more competitive prices, a very wide range of parts to cover all the needs of those who love to tinker with their bikes, a very high orders filling rate (90%), an exceptional 120-day money-back guarantee on all items, a team of sales people who are bikers before they are salesmen and are available 24/7 to answer all your tech questions. Today, J&P Cycles operates out of a 150,000 sq.ft facility in Anamosa, Iowa where the company started, and also out of a new 47,000 sq. ft. building (store, showroom, installation, warehousing) in Ormond Beach, Florida (on the grounds of Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Harley). By the way, John Parham is a true mid western biker with a passion for vintage bikes, hence this just completed commissioned painting by David Uhl where John sits on one of his favorite bikes: it’s a very rare 1919 Indian Big Valve Daytona Board Tracker raced by famous racer Dewey Sims. The painting is the newest work of artist David Uhl and is so beautiful and period correct that I hear that posters could to be offered to the public. J&P Cycles Online.