J&P Cycles 30th Annual Open House Is June 27/28th

jp-cycles-partyBecause so many of you have bought a part from J&P Cycles, its President John Parham has made a yearly tradition to thank you by hosting a big party at his Anamosa Iowa headquarters. Last year attendance was estimated at a whopping 15,000 people (3 times the population of Anamosa). And this year to celebrate J&P Cycles 30th anniversary, you can even expect more people visiting the 60 vendor displays spread throughout the grounds, checking the early Crokers, Vincents, Triumphs, Harleys at the National Motorcycle Museum just a mile down the road, just having a good time partying among fellow riders. On Friday before the Open House, J&P will host a charity golf tournament to raise money for Camp Courageous. Camp Courageous is a not-for-profit organization with a year-round respite care and recreational facility for individuals with disabilities. More information at J&P Cycles.

3 Responses to “J&P Cycles 30th Annual Open House Is June 27/28th”

  1. 1 Tim Barcz Jun 18th, 2009 at 9:42 pm


    Will you be joining us at the Open House? If you’re here, look for me and say hello, would love to meet you in person!

    Tim Barcz
    J&P Cycles E-Commerce Manager

  2. 2 Grayhawk Jun 19th, 2009 at 8:16 am

    Nice guy, nice family atmosphere, has contributed an enormous amount to the industry old stuff and new. I go to the museum every chance I get when I make my annual run to the Davenport National Antique meet.

    Was standing outside the museum one year and my buddys bike was banging out and as we were tinkering with it he came up and told us where the shop was while asking if we needed any assistance, etc., etc. There are reasons why people/people companies sustain longivity in business.


  3. 3 jatinder pal Jun 20th, 2009 at 1:07 am

    I had bought many parts over the years from JP,though not very big orders,but always get parts on time and in exellent condition.being a international customer,they send annual catalogs,which r full of parts and stuff…..good company,i highly recommend them…

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