The free rally includes motocross stunt shows, live music, food, beer and opportunities to support Camp Courageous, a camp for kids and adults with disabilities. Taking place at J&P Cycles' original store, the free rally includes motocross stunt shows from Cowboy Kenny's Steel Rodeo Tour, live music throughout the weekend, food, beer and opportunities to support Camp Courageous, a camp for kids and adults with disabilities.
Located ten minutes from historic Grant Wood Scenic Byway and 45 minutes from the beautiful Great River Road along the Mississippi River, organizers of the J&P Cycles Iowa Rally are highlighting beautiful riding, a national bike show, more than 50 terrific vendors, a premier motorcycle museum, and the largest bike shop in the world.
Officially called the J&P Cycles Iowa Rally, the event celebrates its 38th anniversary by becoming the site of Hot Bike Magazine's National Garage Build-Off for custom motorcycles. Add to this the rally will transform J&P Cycles' Anamosa, Iowa location to the largest motorcycle aftermarket store in the world during the event, the weekend of June 24-25, 2017.
The Iowa Rally will also be the site of Hot Bike Magazine's National Garage Build-Off for custom motorcycles. The competition is expected to draw the nation's top garage-built custom bikes competing for $3,000 and an invitation to the annual Hot Bike Tour.
In conjunction with the rally, the National Motorcycle Museum is opening a new exhibit, Dirt Riding in America. Located near the rally in Anamosa, visitors will be among the first to experience the exhibit and will see more than 450 vintage bikes on display in the museum's permanent collection.
On Friday, June 23 Anamosa city officials will rename a street near the rally site in honor of J&P founder John Parham who passed away recently.