Jax bicycles are getting a makeover after owner James Johnson passed away in October.
Johnson was 71 years old and his family moved into a home with a swimming pool and tennis courts.
They also installed a new roof over the house.
The family bought a used Jax bike in 2013, but Johnson died after a fall in 2015.
Johnson said he used it on a daily basis for nearly a decade and it was the perfect ride for him.
The bike, with its stainless steel frame and wheels, is a “sporty” ride, he said.
The wheels are painted bright green.
“They look pretty cool, they look nice and they’re very nice looking,” he said of the wheels.
“The thing is, they have a bit of an orange tint to them, so you’re going to have to have a special key to open them.”
Jax said it will offer a full service replacement program, including a complete rebuild of the bike and parts, which it will pay for.
Jax has a long history of making bikes for customers.
The company has made more than 150,000 bicycles in its history, and the company also has a brand new line of Jax Cycle Sports bicycles.
J.C. Penney is buying Jax, which is owned by a group of investors including the Koch brothers, for $2.6 billion.
JCPenney is expected to announce the acquisition in the coming weeks.
JAX also owns the Kmart store chain.