J&P Cycles Now Carries 5 Ball Racing Leathers

July 3, 2014
Courtesy of 5 Ball Racing Leathers
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5 Ball Racing Leathers is excited to announce that they have been selected by J&P Cycles and will be available online and in their Daytona and Iowa stores. The entire line of 5 Ball Racing Leathers will be available through the Powersports retailer.

The 5 Ball Racing Leathers brand is an internal start up of Keith “Bandit” Ball of Bikernet and Bob Kay of Biker Pros. Ball assembled a core apparel team including Andrew Calogero of Crank and Stroker and Bob Kay of Biker Pros. Calogero is the operations and sales arm and Kay provides design expertise relying his 30 years in the chopper industry.

They collaborated to create a line of Genuine Riding Leathers ™; which allows the rider to get the most out of his gear and to use his apparel as an extension of his or herself.

For example, the Special Ops Club Jacket is an ideal light weight milled buffalo leather coat that will keep the rider warm in the early morning. Once the day warms up, it converts into a 12 pocket Special Ops Vest through zip-off removable sleeves.

“The 5 Ball Racing team is excited to be working with J&P Cycles and we look to collaborate with them for years to come,” explained Keith Ball, Bikernet President. “Our leather jackets, vests and shirts are ideal for J&P Cycles customers whether they are riding a cruiser, sport bike or chopper.”

The line, designed for motorcycle riders, offers plenty of storage, protection and comes equipped with one or two gun pockets, depending on the style. Both Kay and Ball have over 50 years of riding experience between them and they know what riders need and want. They have integrated their very best ideas into the line.

About 5-Ball Racing Leathers
Keith “Bandit” Ball, Bikernet.com President, and Bob Kay, Biker Pros Partner, designed a line of Genuine Riding Apparel™ for cruiser, chopper and bobber riders. The shirts, jackets and vests are known for their innovation, functionality and quality craftsmanship.


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