What’s the most exciting prize you’ve ever won?
Well, starting with only a $5 donation, you could be the proud owner of a new 2015 Indian Chieftain. And why not increase your chances to win and show even more support for the National Motorcycle Museum by purchasing 6 tickets for $25 or even more?
Sounds easy, right? You could join the likes of long-time J&P Cycles’ customer Thomas Lock of Bern, Kan., who won the National Motorcycle Museum 2014 Fundraiser Bike, a beautiful 2014 Indian Chief Vintage.
By now I’m sure you’re itching to know how to enter. You can visit the National Motorcycle Museum’s website for complete details and enter by mail or online.
What about the bike? The 2015 Indian Chieftain is the first of its kind and brings the iconic Indian styling to a whole new level. It’s the first Indian Motorcycle® ever with a hard fairing, hard saddlebags and more modern features, and is valued at nearly $23,000.
The winner will be drawn Dec. 31, 2015. The fundraiser drawing is only eligible for U.S. residents.
About the Museum: “The National Motorcycle Museum, located in Anamosa, Iowa, was founded in 1989 by people who love motorcycling and it thrives today because of their sound plan. Engineers, racers, bike builders, tuners and others as far back as the late 1800s built the groundwork for what motorcycling has become. The National Motorcycle Museum’s goal is to present their passion, and ours, through fine interpretive exhibitions built around a fine collection of machines and historical objects from around the world.”