John Parham to be Inducted into AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame

Hard work, respect for the customer, savvy and sacrifice got John and Jill Parham the success they achieved in founding J&P Cycles parts and accessories company. And now John Parham, who serves as Chairman for the non-profit National Motorcycle Museum will be recognized for his 40 years in the motorcycle industry which also includes racing event and swap meet promotion, most recently preservation of America’s motorcycle history. The Inductions take place October 17 in Orlando, Florida in conjunction with the AIME motorcycle show, roughly in the timeframe of Biketoberfest. Other 2015 inductees include John  Kocinski, Rich Teerlink, Rodney Smith, Keith McCarty, and Alex Jorgensen. More information is available at www.motorcyclemuseum.org.

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  1. Steve & Irmi Burford
    Steve & Irmi Burford says:

    Congrats to John and Jill. Motorcycle dirt bags that have made a success out of their passion. We are proud of you both…and really enjoy visiting your shop in Daytona!

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  2. bruce sather
    bruce sather says:

    in 2011 Dave and I road the hoka hey Dave had a 6″ wind shield on his E glide when we got to Sturgis we stopped at J&P he bought a 12″ Memphis shades windshield off the clearance rack for $65.00 he put it on his bike, we left Sturgis thru deadwood and hit golf ball size hail Dave says its the best $65.00 he ever spend
    465.00

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  3. Fready Frank
    Fready Frank says:

    Congradulations to You John. ! 🙂
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    YOU ARE the one man who has been a Great Friend, Father, Brother and Family Member to Millions of people for Decades from the inception of selling parts, to moving on and away to a formost collector and Museum Chairman.
    Unlike the rest of the world where corporate owners hid in offices behind management — YOU Are one of the Very Very Very Few business owners who continuously remains Visible and in the midst of the riders and customers in this motorcycle industry market spending time with the people who live and breathe in the marketplace – the swap meets – the bike races – and now even the ultimate in quality time with your grand children…

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