A lineup of 20 semi-trailers, 110 vendors and designer Roland Sands will be on hand this weekend at the 34th annual J&P Cycles Open House Rally in Anamosa, Iowa.
The aftermarket parts, accessories and apparel retailer once again expects more than 30,000 bikes to inundate the eastern Iowa town of 5,500.
Sons of Anarchy stars Ryan Hurst, who plays Harry “Opie” Winston, and Tommy Flanagan, who plays Filip “Chibs” Telford, will be signing autographs. “Chibs” will be signing autographs from 1-4 p.m. Saturday and “Opie” will be signing from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday.
1 Wheel Revolution will again perform a variety of stunts for those in attendance. On Saturday, attendees can meet 1998 AMA 250GP national champion road racer Roland Sands, who now runs Roland Sands Designs.
Most products in the J&P Cycles showroom will be 10 percent off (15 percent for Gold Club members) and a tent will be devoted to drastically reduced clearance items (up to 50 percent off).
Attendees can sign up to win thousands of dollars in door prizes and donate for a chance to win the National Motorcycle Museum’s 2013 Arlen Ness Victory Cross Country. There will also be a silent auction to benefit the National Motorcycle Museum.
Volunteers from Camp Courageous of Iowa, a year-round respite care and recreation facility for individuals, will be manning beverage stations throughout the grounds for donations.