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Daytona Bike Week: Win a 69 Chopper

2011 Daytona Bike Week Raffle

With 2011 Daytona Bike Week only weeks away, you still have plenty of time to enter the bike raffle contest. This year, the Brass Balls 69 Custom Chopper shown in the attached YouTube video will be raffled.

As of Jan. 1, 2011, only 443 tickets have been sold for the Brass Balls Chopper, which is worth $35,000. The Daytona Bike Week contest will only print 4,500 tickets, so odds are high to win the Brass Balls Chopper, 1 in 4,500.

Each ticket is $50; instead of selling multiple tickets at $5 a piece for the bike raffle at the 70th anniversary for Daytona Bike Week, organizers instead printed $50 tickets to make the odds of winning the custom motorcycle better.

Besides the grand prize, eight runner-up prices worth $200 or more will be given at 2011 Daytona Bike Week:

1.) Ten-Year Subscription to American Iron Magazine-$250 value
2.) 2012 Ride down Main Street for (2) on Budweiser Clydesdales
3.) J & P Cycles – Gift Certificate Valued at $300
4.) Daytona International Speedway – 2011 Daytona 200 Tickets (4 tickets Nextel Tower) – Plus Track Tour
5.) Beach Photo – Gift Certificate Valued at $200
6.) Harley-Davidson, Inc. – Gift Certificate Valued at $200
7.) Batteries Plus – $200 Gift Certificate
8.) Ten -Year Subscription to Road Bike Magazine Valued at $200
9.) Down the Hatch Restaurant – $200 Gift Certificate
10.) Bubba Gump’s/Mai Tai Restaurant – $200 Gift Certificate 

The money gained from the ticket sales go back into the management and betterment of each bike week event.

You also don’t have to be present to win the custom bike. To enter the contest, click here.

For a list of events at 2011 Daytona Bike Week, click here.

As for the Brass Balls 69 Custom Chopper, American Iron Magazine featured the complete build, from frame to finished masterpiece.

Brass Balls 69 Custom Chopper Specs:

  • S&S 93" Flat-Side Shovelhead Engine
  • Polished BAKER Six-Speed Transmission
  • Delkron Inner Primary Cover
  • Barnett Scorpion Lock-Up Clutch
  • Racing Innovations Softail-Style Frame
  • Ride Wright Wheels
  • Metzeler Tires

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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