Motorsport Aftermarket Group (MAG) is a family of leading brands and businesses in the powersports industry. MAG is based in the heart of the motorcycle industry, Irvine, California and founded in 2000. MAG subsidiaries operate as independently managed businesses, with the parent company overseeing development and aiding in marketing and advertising efforts of its brands.
MAG Media Group
Motorcycle USA has covered the motorcycle industry as an independent media voice since 1996. MotoUSA sets the standard with its motorcycle reviews and product evaluations, delivering valuable objective data to the consumer. Motorcycle USA covers all aspects of motorcycling, including breaking industry news and racing coverage. MCUSA hosts a wide array of media for its readers, including thousands of photo galleries and original content videos, as well as host informative consumer guides – like a motorcycle buyer’s guide and dealer locator.
Cycle News is a weekly digital motorcycle publication renowned for its breaking industry news and comprehensive coverage of motorcycle racing. Cycle News enjoys an untarnished reputation as an industry leader in motorcycle journalism. After more than 40 years of print publication the Cycle News brand was purchased and revived by MAG in November 2010. Cycle News continues as a weekly online publication available at www.cyclenews.com and the Apple Newstand.
MAG Retail Group
Since its founding in 1998, Motorcycle Superstore has developed into the leading online powersports retailer. Motorcycle Superstore specializes in retailing motorcycle riding gear and accessories, with strong sales of motorcycle tires and helmets. Superstore constantly refines its online shopping standards to deliver high-quality customer service. Internet Retailer Magazine has ranked Superstore as a top-10 sporting goods site and inside the top 200 of all e-commerce websites.
is a powerhouse V-Twin aftermarket motorcycle retailer. Founded in 1979, J&P Cycles developed aftermarket sales through its extensive mail-order catalog and has also cultivated a robust online retail operation. Based out of Anamosa, Iowa J&P also operates a sizable brick and motar retail location with its Destination Daytona Superstore in Ormond Beach, Florida. J&P Cycles excels in parts and accessories for the American V-Twin and metric cruiser segments.
The National Motorcycle Museum features a diverse collection of motorcycling history at its location near Anamosa, Iowa. Founded in 1989, the National Motorcycle Museum is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation which operates primarily from generous donations of riders. The number of bikes displayed at the museum has grown from 40 to more than 300, many of which are on loan from private collectors. Support from the riding community continues to enhance the National Motorcycle Museums collection of bikes and exhibitions.