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Fall Raffle Has MOA Members Seeing Double

Thursday, August 22, 2019   (2 Comments)
Posted by: Ted Moyer, 100360

The BMW MOA Foundation kicked off a fall fundraiser by unveiling a pair of customized, military-themed BMW R nineT Urban GSs. The similar but distinct motorcycles were designed and built by Twisted Throttle for BMW MOA members and the fall custom bike raffle to benefit the BMW MOA Foundation.

 

 

Each valued at more than $20,000 and revealed to the public at the MOA Rally in Lebanon, Tennessee, the custom nineTs feature products and customization donated by Twisted Throttle. The bikes have been painted in olive drab and desert tan and feature DENALI lighting, SW-MOTECH and Milspec sidecases, Mitas dual-sport tires and much more to make each truly unique.

 

 

Two winners will be announced on November 11 after ticket sales are complete. Winners will be drawn at random from all tickets purchased. The first name drawn will win one motorcycle and the second name drawn will be awarded the remaining motorcycle.

 

 

Tickets for the fall MOA Foundation raffle can be purchased online for $25 each or five for $100. Tickets may also be purchased by calling the BMW MOA membership office at (864) 438-0962 or look for the entry blank in the October issue of the BMW Owners News

 

 

Once the bikes are awarded to the winners, the BMW MOA Foundation will present $25,000 to Motorcycle Relief Project to offset the cost of training necessary for MRP ride participants. Motorcycle Relief project provides relief to veterans and first responders with PTSD and other related issues by taking them on structured and professionally-led dual-sport motorcycle adventures.

Foundation SAFEMILES DONORS can receive an automatic entry into this fall raffle as well as the 2020 Completely Vintage raffle and Superstakes raffle by donating now at bmwmoaf.org.

 

CONTEST RULES

  1. Raffle ticket sales begin September 1, 2019 and end November 1, 2019. All ticket orders must be RECEIVED on or before November 1, 2019. Prize drawing to be held November 11, 2019. Ticket buyers do not have to be present to win.
  2. Raffle tickets may be ordered online at BMWMOAF.ORG, by calling (864) 438-0962 or by mailing a ticket order blank posted in the BMW Owners News. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase a ticket. Multiple ticket purchases by a single buyer are permissible.
  3. Confirmation of ticket orders and ticket numbers will be returned via email. A complete list of ticket buyers will be published at bmwmoaf.org before the drawing on November 11.
  4. Odds of winning depend on final number of tickets sold. Complete winners list will be posted at BMWMOAF.ORG. Winners claiming their prize must present photo identification and ticket purchase will be verified. Winners are subject to all applicable taxes. Consult your local tax professional for exact tax liability.
  5. The BMW MOA Foundation reserves the right to replace, substitute or exchange any of the prizes listed with a similar prize of equal or greater value.
  6. BMW MOA Foundation Board members, BMW MOA and Foundation employees, contractors and their immediate families are ineligible to win. Immediate family defined as spouse and dependent children. The BMW MOA, BMW MOA Foundation, their officers, directors, employees, volunteers, sponsors or any person or organization affiliated with BMW MOA will not assume any liability for any loss, injury, claim or otherwise resulting from any prize obtained through the sale of a ticket. By submitting an order for a raffle ticket and receiving a drawing number, the buyer acknowledges this limitation of liability and assumes any liability and will hold harmless the BMW MOA Foundation or any affiliate for any liability resulting from the purchase of this ticket or any prize resulting therefrom.

Comments...

Scott Gill says...
Posted Monday, September 16, 2019
Are you going to post the upgrades/build list for these? I'd love to know the components used to build them. Trying to find the license plate bracket for the tan one.
Jerry Parker says...
Posted Sunday, September 1, 2019
One of the bikes should of been a base Scrambler as the pipes are soooo nice on the Scram.

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