Win A Knucklehead Replica For Just $5.00

Antique and Classic motorcycles are all the rage and auction prices are going through the roof. But with an investment of just $5.00 to benefit the National Motorcycle Museum you could own and ride a brand new Harley-Davidson Knucklehead replica, one of the most lasting all-American designs. This replica is built from a forged and TIG-welded V-Twin Manufacturing frame with chrome springer front end, powered by a 93 cubic inch S&S Knucklehead motor, with a Baker 4-speed and Tech Cycle enclosed belt primary, some authentic tin, removable leather bags and a windshield. Rear disk brake is from PM, ignition is electronic. House of Color glossy black with orange paint job by JC Hetz Studios. A Knucklehead replica with the best of the past and present.

You can donate $5.00 to win or get six chances for $25. Go to National Motorcycle Museum and download the order form to send your payment, or use an electronic check on the website (Iowa law, where is located the Museum, prohibits the use of credit cards for raffles). Last option, call 319-462-3925 and tell the Museum staff you need some entries for the 2011 Knucklehead. The drawing is December 30, 2011 and you need not be present to win.

John Parham, President of the Board for the Museum offers, “I’m really proud of our fund-raiser bikes over the years, and the great support we’ve had, all the donations our friends have made to win the bike. This new black and orange Knuck may be our best yet, so I hope you enter to win. Thanks again for all your support.” The bike was designed and built by J&P Cycles® Bike Builder Kody Wisner. J&P Cycles® sponsored with the build hours and many of the fine parts.

The National Motorcycle Museum is located at 102 Chamber Drive in Anamosa, Iowa, where you can experience the extensive line of over 300 motorcycles from around the world as well as thousands of photographs, posters, postcards and pieces of motorcycle memorabilia, plus a fabulous collection of antique toys.

9 Responses to “Win A Knucklehead Replica For Just $5.00”

  1. 1 Dave Blevins Jan 11th, 2011 at 8:24 am

    Very cool… would be a nice little scoot to buzz around on.

  2. 2 Kirk Perry Jan 11th, 2011 at 10:14 am

    Well Hell, it’s about goddamn time somebody put together a realistic replica and a frickin’ Knuckle at that. Nice work.

  3. 3 Gas Man Jan 11th, 2011 at 12:07 pm

    Seems like the website isn’t up to date.

  4. 4 nicker Jan 11th, 2011 at 2:09 pm


    “Nice work” you bet…!
    But “realistic”……. ???
    (Baker & belt drive says electric-start, foot-shift )


  5. 5 Kirk Perry Jan 11th, 2011 at 2:14 pm

    It’s not their website that not up to date, it’s California that’s wayward ! and, speaking for all motorcyclist in California, and from this platform to speak from, WE NEED A PRO-BONA (free) CIVIL ATTORNEY NOW ……….. to lead us with written legislation for “yearly paid exemptions” for antique replica builders here in California. Contact our state representative (R) Martin Garrick, write the proposal for him. Me writing him won’t do any good, I’ve tried. Ex-felons aren’t recognized as voters.

    This state is like one big homeowners association and this state WILL sway to pressure. An attorney can find existing exemptions is Calif. and MIRROR those exemptions (carbon dots vs. per carbon dots, large cubic inch truck motors, and non-state regulated 2-stroke lawnmowers, ect.). There’s many examples of existing polluters that do so, in part, because they pay yearly fees for the privilege. Antiquer’s and Repleca’s will find that acceptable. Work with the AMA and help pull some of the language from the current, suggested, EPA kit-build exemption list (like one-bike build-per-lifetime and not having to vent the motor through the carburetor). Then pull some language from the “show bike” clauses, like limited miles per year (go ahead and clamp a non-tamper lock on my speedo, we don’t care. (R) Moldenado’s “500 vehicle yearly early cap” was a frantic attempt by him (a car buff) to allow kit-builds, but only 500 of them. CHANGE THE 500 CAP to a yearly carbon tax on limited mileage per year motorcycles and keep us away from the cars and trucks category!

    Here’s the good list:
    1. Tax revenue for the state.
    2. Limited miles driven per year
    3. Noise-Certified Mufflers (engraved in chrome somewhere). Replica mufflers CAN be made state-sound legal. Dennis Corso Co. can do.

    Think about it. What appurtenance on a (garage) kit build bike cannot be made legal, save for the motor and uncorked, sometimes sweating, Linkert carburetor. These are NOT daily drivers. These bikes are for staying connected and preserving the past.

  6. 6 StrongArm Guys Jan 11th, 2011 at 7:57 pm

    This build is totally Awesome.

    And seeing what U have to go through Kirk makes us want to punch the walls !!

    You have ALL Government Regulation and NO FREEDOM !!
    Take heed people, because what happens in California spreads to the rest of this USA like a mold.

    IS there anything that people in other states can do to help you !?? ABATE in CA must be covered up and buried with all this regulation.

    This is all being put into effect by an ignorant and desperate broken down political machine that belongs in the junkyard.

    There’s very many AMCA bikes that are probably all suffering from this too. The limits are all crazy. These collector and replica bikes barely run, and when they do they make little if any pollution, since the little high efficiency engines are not saddled with all the pollution control designs that rob power from the machine, making it less efficient.

  7. 7 Wiz Jan 12th, 2011 at 8:52 am

    SWEET!! Wiz

  8. 8 Rick Lossner Jan 13th, 2011 at 7:32 am

    Can’t believe they don’t have PAYPAL .. or allow you to use a credit card to purchase these…. … I remember now why I didn’t purchase tickets for the last one ;(

  9. 9 Rick Lossner Jan 13th, 2011 at 7:33 am

    @california // Put on the pipes!!! Born there, but never going back… Move to TX baby 🙂 We go the weather .. and .. FREEDOM!

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