This Military Custom Bobber Could Cost You Only $10


Dar Holdsworth, Brass Balls Bobbers BossMan has something special for all motorcycle enthusiasts.  A chance to win this $30,000 custom Brass Balls Bobbers raffled away on October 15 – 18, 2009 during Daytona Biketoberfest. Sales of tickets raise funds to build an hospital for traumatic brain injuries for the brave men and women in the United States Armed Forces. The hospital is being built through The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. K&N Performance Air And Oil Products just joined the list of Sponsors and will provide a complete set of oil and air filters for an entire family of vehicles that include all two, three and four wheel variety (this includes motorcycles, jet skis, ATVs, cars and trucks). Raffle tickets can be purchased by jumping to Win A Bobber

11 Responses to “This Military Custom Bobber Could Cost You Only $10”

  1. 1 Patof Jun 29th, 2009 at 7:15 am

    Doesn’t look like the donation site is secured. Can someone confirm?

  2. 2 Brandon Jun 29th, 2009 at 7:30 am

    You can also call to buy your tickets.

  3. 3 Jeff Nicklus Jun 29th, 2009 at 8:54 am

    Is 100% of the proceeds of the raffle going to the fund or is this one of those baffles that “after the cost of the bike is covered” the balance of the proceeds goes to the hospital fund?

    Over & Out,


  4. 4 Howard Jun 29th, 2009 at 9:51 am

    The entire cost of the bike was covered by SBS Maritime Consultants, so 100% of the donations will go to the cause.

  5. 5 Fred P. Jun 29th, 2009 at 10:54 am

    So, the way this works is, the builder gets paid for the bike build, and then the charity hopes to raise monies to cover that cost first, then the rest goes to charity? Can’t the builder just “writeoff” his expenses on tax deductions, instead? This to me would give the charity more profits towards the donations?

  6. 6 Brian Jun 29th, 2009 at 1:28 pm

    It takes money to make money……..even when it comes to charities. What’s even better is that President Obama is reducing the tax benefit of charitable donations so wealthy people will be donating a lot less in the future.

  7. 7 Obamabot Jun 29th, 2009 at 2:01 pm



  8. 8 Jeff Nicklus Jun 29th, 2009 at 2:50 pm


    Any motorcycle we ever built for a charity we covered the cost of the bike ourself. We never had anyone give us a dime to build the bikes …… ever.

    We have built and DONATED 6 motorcycles over the past 10 years including, however not limited to, the Ronald McDonald House Charities Bike, The Kids & Chrome Bike, Childrens Lighthouse Bike(s) (2 of those), 100 Club Bike and the NRA Bike …. Total money raised for the combined charities: $ 712,359.00 …..

    Over & Out,


  9. 9 David Jun 29th, 2009 at 7:12 pm

    Hello Everyone; Since Grayhawk hasn’t opined I will. I bought a ticket for a chance on a St. Judes Home raffle ($100.)the home valued at $350,000. This is getting back to the Tax responsibility.It clearly states on their website that you must settle all Taxes to the IRS over $5000. before they will hand over ownership of the winnings, which is considered income. So if you win this bike you’ll be paying IRS income tax on an extra $30,000 this year on your taxes.
    Sure it’s worth it and I’ll be buying tickets Especially to help out our wounded Veterans and I Hope you will also!!!


  10. 10 Ace Jun 30th, 2009 at 8:28 am

    This bobber looks awesome. 10 bucks.. I’m in.

  11. 11 madpuppy Jul 1st, 2009 at 8:27 am

    David , well yea ! I thought everyone knew you had to pay taxes on Anything you win. The stuff you see people win on TV, and in contests you also pay taxes.

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