Featured Raffle Bikes

Each year, the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame raffles off one or more significant motorcycles. These raffles are fundraisers for the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit that raises money for the Hall of Fame to support its mission of celebrating and preserving the rich tradition of motorcycling in America.


Win This 1975 BMW R90S

Looking for a real piece of motorcycle history? Well, here’s your chance!

Back in 1972, the motorcycle division of Bavarian Motor Works was at a critical crossroads, with some company higher-ups actually advising to close down the iconic two-wheel division, or sell it. Luckily for BMW and enthusiasts the world over, calmer heads prevailed, with two of those heads belonging to legendary auto marketer and product planner Robert Lutz and renowned auto and motorcycle designer Hans Muth.

The two collaborated on the now-legendary BMW R90S of 1973, a motorcycle that arguably saved the division from going the way of the Edsel. Suddenly, BMW had a premium, top-shelf motorcycle with which to battle the likes of Honda’s 1969 CB750 and Kawasaki 1973 Z1, maybe not in terms of pure performance but in craftsmanship, long-haul comfort, reliability and cachet.

This year’s AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Raffle Bike is a 1975-spec version of that ’73 legend, with a few key from-the-factory upgrades in ergonomics, controls, intake system, braking and suspension. Combining classic-era lines and a high degree of all-around competency, the R90S regardless of year is an absolute keeper for any street bike enthusiast, young or old, and arguably one of the most desirable BMW motorcycles ever built.

You can receive one ticket for a $5 donation or five tickets for a $20 donation. Must be 18 years or older and a resident of the United States to win.

Raffle bike rules for the 1975 BMW R90S





Win This 1997 KTM 200 EXC Jackpiner

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the first Penton motorcycle sold, KTM released a limited-production dirt bike called the Jackpiner, named for the 175 Penton that housed the first full-size motor that KTM built. There were only 133 sold, and all were numbered and had a sticker on the front fender with John Penton’s signature.

According to Dirt Bike Magazine, the significance of that 1997 motorcycle goes far beyond its short production run. It marked the beginning of a KTM dynasty that continues to this day. It was the first 200 that KTM built, and the Jackpiner was the first bike with PDS no-linkage rear suspension and one of the very first dirt bikes with a hydraulic clutch.

Raffle bike rules for the 1997 KTM 200 EXC Jackpiner




You could win this Custom Suzuki GSX-R1000! Receive one ticket for a $5 donation or five tickets for a $20 donation

Check out the previous one of a kind AMA Featured Raffle Bikes in our Bike Archive.

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