Long-Time J&P Cycles Customer Wins National Motorcycle Museum Fundraiser Bike

Thomas LockThomas Lock, Bern, Kansas, says he never wins anything. Well, that changed on New Year’s Eve when he received a call from a National Motorcycle Museum staffer who left a message saying he was the lucky winner of the Museum’s 2014 Fundraiser Bike – a beautiful 2014 Indian Chief Vintage.

A long-time J&P Cycles customer, Lock has been purchasing parts for his Harleys here since the mid-1990’s. His motorcycle collection includes: a 1953 Harley-Davidson FL “Panhead,” a 1988 Harley Softail and a 1100 Sportster, so the Indian will be in good company.

2014 wasn’t the first year Lock donated to the Museum in hopes to win their Fundraiser Bike, and actually donated two times during the 2014 calendar year – once in the summer and again near the end. He even visited an Indian dealer in November to see what the Indian Chief Vintage was all about, and was impressed with what he saw.

In the next few weeks, Lock will be making the trek to eastern Iowa to pick up his new machine, and check out the National Motorcycle Museum for the first time.

Congratulations to Thomas Lock! The National Motorcycle Museum just announced it’s fundraiser motorcycle for 2015 – an awesome 2015 Indian Chieftain.

By | 2015-04-15T14:47:49+00:00 January 5th, 2015|Categories: Editorial/Commentary Articles, News/Events Articles|Comments Off on Long-Time J&P Cycles Customer Wins National Motorcycle Museum Fundraiser Bike

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