J&P Cycles Open House Rally Is June 23-24, 2012.

The 33rd Annual J&P Cycles Open House – now known as the J&P Cycles Open House Rally – is scheduled for June 23-24 at their headquarters outside Anamosa, Iowa! 25,000 motorcyclists are expected and more than 100 vendors will be on site showing off their merchandise including a staggering 20 semis!

See Geoff Aaron’s Red Bull Extreme Stunt Show, 1 Wheel Revolution, and participate in the ride-in bike shows. American Iron, Motorcycle Bagger and RoadBike magazines are sponsoring Saturday’s show for all makes and models. Registration will take place from 8 to 11 a.m. or the first 50 bikes.

The Sunday show is for Vintage and Retro Bobber motorcycles and is sponsored by American Iron magazine. 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.

Visitors will save big throughout the weekend on J&P Cycles’ enormous inventory of parts and accessories. Most products in the showroom will be 10 percent off (15 percent for Gold Club members) and a 40’x40’ tent will be devoted to drastically reduced clearance items (up to 50 percent off).

Attendees can sign up to win more than $7,000 in door prizes. Plus, donate for a chance to win the National Motorcycle Museum’s 2012 Indian Chief. There will also be a silent auction to benefit the National Motorcycle Museum. Grab a free burger or hotdog in the food tent – courtesy of Allstate Insurance Company. More information can be found on the J&P Cycles website.

2 Responses to “J&P Cycles Open House Rally Is June 23-24, 2012.”

  1. 1 Mike Merritt Jun 19th, 2012 at 8:46 am

    Dakota Digital will be there doing free installations!

  2. 2 DJ Jun 20th, 2012 at 6:47 am

    I still love J&P but I have noticed they seem to be slipping a little bit since John stepped aside.. Has anyone one else been having trouble with shipments and parts availability? I think they are hiring more people on the phones to keep up with demand and the people might not be as familiar with the parts as they should be.. Just an observation from a long time and loyal customer

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