Maybe the most famous member of the Jelly Belly Fleet, The Bean Machine is a gorgeous piece of motorcycle artistry custom designed and made by legendary bike designer Arlen Ness. Its side car is even shaped like a Jelly Belly jelly bean, as are its chrome rims.
Jelly Belly Fleet
When Jelly Belly makes an appearance, we don't just bring candy (though we bring plenty of that). We bring some sleek, powerful machines with us.
The Bean Machine
The Sport Beans Bikes
These are the two newest beauties to join the Fleet. They're Victory Kingpins modified by the Master himself, Arlen Ness. Custom built and custom painted in the colors of Jelly Belly's Sport Beans energizing jelly beans, they're the perfect representatives of the product: high quality and extremely powerful.
The Jelly Belly Biplane
This classic plane has been spruced up with a little Jelly Belly flavor. At air shows, you won't be able to miss it with the Jelly Belly logo on the top wing, and Mr. Jelly Belly bravely hanging off its side.
Ed Jones's Rocket Powered Stage Coach
This thing isn't pulled by ponies, that's for sure. With its flame-spitting engine, Ed "The Outlaw" Jones's bean-wrapped coach dazzles race fans with hot, loud, fast and intense exhibitions.
Ed Jones's Wheelstander Fire Truck
With Ed "The Outlaw" Jones behind the wheel of this Fire Truck, any four-alarm blaze will be answered within split seconds. And when those front wheels come up, spectators' jaws hit the floor.
You've never seen Jelly Belly jelly beans move this fast, even when you're eating them. J.P.'s Toyz is an alcohol-fueled 1948 Anglia sporting a blown-out 540 Chevy engine. Built and driven by Jim Pace, it dominates the 1/4 mile.
Jim Pace's Dragster
Another monstrous machine driven by J.P., this sleek and unique drag race car features a custom Jelly Belly logo on its chassis, although it moves much too fast for you to see it.