Hall of Fame Raffle Bike: 1986 Honda CR250R
This 1986 Honda CR250R is a perfect throwback to the mid-1980s, when Hall of Famers like Rick Johnson, David Bailey, Jeff Ward and Broc Glover battled for AMA championships. The AMA had recently instituted the Production Rule for professional motocross, and the major manufacturers were investing increasingly more into developing their production bikes. This bike is ready to compete for post-vintage motocross glory – or to show off in your living room.
Raffle tickets are available for a donation to the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. You can receive one ticket for a $5 donation or five tickets for a $20 donation. For full rules, see http://www.motorcyclemuseum.org/RaffleBikeRules2.aspx. The drawing will be held at the AMA Championship Banquet in January 2016. You must be 18 years or older and a resident of the United States to win..
2015 Hall of Fame Raffle Bike: 1965 Harley-Davidson FLH
Pete Gabrail from Minneapolis, Minn., was drawn as the winner of the fully restored 1965 Harley-Davidson FLH Electra Glide -- the 2015 AMA raffle bike benefitting the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum. The drawing was July 12, 2015, at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days in Lexington, Ohio.
2014 Hall of Fame Raffle Bike: 1947 Indian Chief
Robert Hines of Piggot, Ark., won the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame and Museum raffle bike. His name was selected at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, featuring Indian Motorcycle at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio. Hines’ name was drawn by Grand Marshal Bill Tuman, a member of the legendary Indian Motorcycles Wrecking Crew. Grand Marshal Bobby Hill, the other surviving member of the crew, also attended the drawing. The third wrecking crew member, Ernie Beckman, died in October 1999.
The bike, a 1947 Indian Chief, was restored as a rider by its previous owner. The AMA bought the bike at the 2013 Vintage Motorcycle Days swap meet.
2013 Hall of Fame Raffle Bike: 1943 Indian 741
Brian Krause from Michigan won the 2013 raffle bike, this restored 1943 Indian 741 custom bobber. This bike was redone top to bottom by well-known Indian motorcycle restorer Kiwi Mike.
Brian's son, Adam, sits on the Indian. Adam is a 17-year AMA member.
His dad signed him up at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days when Adam was just 10 months old.
2012 Raffle Winner
Stephen Dwyer from Clermont, Fla., won this beautiful 1948 Indian Chief -- an iconic masterpiece of Americana. The winning ticket was drawn at 2012 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, featuring Rockers and Mods, by event grand marshal Craig Vetter. The motorcycle
not only represents America's love for big V-twin motorcycles, but
speaks to what stirs in the heart of all motorcyclists -- a passion for
the open road.
1948 Indian Chief
2011 Raffle Winner
Scott Carey of Pecatonica, Ill., won a fully restored 1973 Kawasaki Z1 and a brand-new Kawasaki Z1000 in the 2010-11 Motorcycle Hall of Fame raffle. The winning ticket was drawn at 2011 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days featuring Kawasaki, Marque of the Year. The Kawasaki Z1 was the machine that
took the four-cylinder Superbike design to new levels,
with a 903cc dual-overhead-cam engine and pure
muscle-bike styling. The Z1’s DNA lives on today in the Kawasaki Z1000 --
a modern interpretation of the muscle bike,
with a fuel-injected 1,043cc dual-overhead-cam
motor that can take you anywhere you want to go. The vintage Z1 was expertly restored by Johnny’s Vintage Motorcycle Company.
2010 Kawasaki Z1000
2010 Raffle Winner
David Beall, of Aliquippa, Pa., won the below Hondas in the 2009-10
Motorcycle Hall of Fame raffle. The winning ticket for the CB750,
expertly restored by Vic World, and the all-original 1965 Honda Cub,
with one mile on the odometer, was drawn at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days
Saturday, July 10, at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
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2009 Raffle Winners
The Motorcycle Hall of Fame would like to say a big thank you to
everyone that participated in our 2008-09 raffle bike programs! And
while we wish you could have all be winners, we know you will join us as we
congratulate the winners. They were:
Doug Crossett, Katonah, N.Y.
1959 and 2009 Triumph Bonnevilles
Phil Kreuter, Goshen, Ind.
The winner’s names were drawn Saturday, July 25, 2009, at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days
at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington by Grand Marshal and Hall of Famer
Don Emde, and AMA Chairman Stan Simpson.