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The R90S Raffle. Tomorrow has Arrived

Sunday, January 28, 2018   (16 Comments)
Posted by: Ted Moyer, 100360

CongratuLAtioNS Dave Cowgill of Clayton, Delaware! YOU won!

The BMW MOA Foundation's R90S raffle ended Saturday night at the MOA Getaway Fontana. Dave Cowgill of Clayton, Delaware was announced as the lucky MOA member in front of a crowd of over 160 MOA members at the Getaway. Dave will ride away on the perfectly restored R90S motorcycle.

Over 3,000 MOA members purchased raffle tickets for Tomorrow's R90S raffle, making it the most successful fundraising effort to date for the MOA Foundation. The raffle of the restored R90S raised over $100,000 for the Foundation's Paul B. Scholarship fund, GEARS program and Motorcycle Awareness campaign. For more information about the Foundation's safety, education and training programs, please visit BMWMOAF.ORG

Need to verify your ticket purchase or check your ticket numbers? Follow the link below to an alphabetical list of ticket buyers ordered by last name, city and state for purchases through March 27, 2018. 

VERIFY YOUR TICKET PURCHASE AND NUMBERS HERE

Tomorrow has arrived. That's what BMW said about the new R 90 S in 1974. In 2018, we say tomorrow has arrived because the MOA Foundation is giving one away. A 1974 BMW R 90 S - expertly restored by Chris Canterbury of Boxer Metal. This one is pristine, perfect and ready for tomorrow.

Photo courtesy of Rebecca Canterbury of Boxer Metal

You can win this all original BMW R90S with the purchase of a $25 RAFFLE TICKET or get a deal on five tickets for $100. Proceeds from the raffle go straight to the BMW MOA Foundation for the advancement of motorcycle rider safety, education and training. Drawing to be held April 21, 2018. You do not have to be present to win.

PURCHASE RAFFLE TICKETS HERE

Photo courtesy of Rebecca Canterbury of Boxer Metal

CONTEST RULES

  1. Raffle ticket sales begin February 1, 2018 and end March 31, 2018. All ticket orders must be RECEIVED on or before March 31, 2018. Prize drawing to be held April 21, 2018 at the MOA Getaway Fontana. 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 April 21.
  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 winning number and PHOTO IDENTIFICATION. 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...

Gian Heritage says...
Posted Friday, May 18, 2018
In case you are looking for the stickers on this amazing build you will find everything here: http://www.heritagestickers.eu/cat/product-category/r-6-series/r90s/
Chris Canterbury says...
Posted Sunday, April 22, 2018
Here is a link to the build of the R90S. https://boxermetal.com/an-r90s-superstakes/
Chris Canterbury says...
Posted Sunday, April 22, 2018
Oscar, I will fix the link ASAP. Chris Canterbury Boxer Metal
Oscar Torres says...
Posted Sunday, March 25, 2018
"For more info on the build http://boxermetal.com/an-r90s-for-charity/" for some reason the link is no longer active.
Stephen F. Bogert says...
Posted Monday, March 12, 2018
I bought the 2nd R 90S sold by Campus Motors in Centereach NY. At that time I thought the 900cc stickers looked cheezy and I removed them! Now I have a 2nd one that I assembled from a literal basket case. In your bike I see a couple discrepancies not yet called out. first, the reflectors front and rear are missing, NLA I believe. The right side cover is the later and currently only available style that has a notch for the frame bolt along the top edge; an original would be straight along the top. Lastly, the pinstripes are way off! The stripe across the tank bottom should align with the seat stripe, this one is way off. I admit I failed to notice the missing rubber plugs on the fork ends! Good catch there! Early bikes had a problem with the pushrods easily bending- my friend that got the first one at the local shop had his replaced, they bent again, that summer it was taken to Butler and Smith for evaluation-it came back with pushrods of different construction.
Michael Hudson says...
Posted Saturday, March 10, 2018
I was a senior in high school when the R90S made it's debut. I still think it is the most beautiful motorcycle ever. My favorite color of the 2 choices also!
Ray Lott says...
Posted Tuesday, February 13, 2018
"If you want stickers, rubber plugs...you can win the bike and add them😁". Yep, fair enough. Begs the question though, if they left the rubber caps off the bottom of the fork sliders, what else may be missing INSIDE the vapor-blasted & rebuilt sliders, engine, transmission, etc. Oh well, it's probably all good!😁
Bruce Urbanski Sr. says...
Posted Tuesday, February 13, 2018
I will take it decals or not.....Beautiful! This was the bike of my dreams when I was young. Great Job.
Bruce Urbanski Sr. says...
Posted Tuesday, February 13, 2018
I will take it decals or not.....Beautiful! This was the bike of my dreams when I was young. Great Job.
Chris Canterbury says...
Posted Tuesday, February 13, 2018
If you want stickers, rubber plugs...you can win the bike and add them😁 For more info on the build http://boxermetal.com/an-r90s-for-charity/
Ray Lott says...
Posted Monday, February 12, 2018
It does look good. I like the decals, but I guess the dealers often shipped them loose with the bikes so the owner could put them on or leave them off as they chose. Definitely though, I would add the missing rubber caps to the bottoms of the fork sliders. Item #14 on the fiche; part #31 42 2000381; 2 required at $3.47 each. Support your favorite BMW Dealer.
Ray Lott says...
Posted Monday, February 12, 2018
It does look good. I like the decals, but I guess the dealers often shipped them loose with the bikes so the owner could put them on or leave them off as they wished. Definitely though, I would add the missing rubber caps to the bottoms of the fork sliders. Item #14 on the fiche; part #31 42 2000381; 2 required at $3.47 each. Support your favorite BMW Dealer.
Chuck J. Hawley says...
Posted Monday, February 12, 2018
Looks really great...better than original in some ways. I think the absence of decals on the battery covers is good. There were no hose clamps in 1974. Not needed. Gauges and tires look original.
Jay Sexton says...
Posted Monday, February 12, 2018
Wow what a beauty! Hope I win it! Curious though, shouldn't there be a hose clamp on the fuel line going into the bottom of the petcock?
William Phillips says...
Posted Saturday, February 10, 2018
Good catch, Chris. I assume it’s artistic license, but it is otherwise so close to original. Since I am a hopeless Airhead fanboy, I’ll point out one other area. Are the gauges really 100% proper for a ‘74? My perfect range is /6, ‘74 through ‘79............no plastic air boxes for me, thanks (-:.............and hard to beat an R90S, particularly an original survivor (and they’re out there).
Mike Vosdingh says...
Posted Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Very cool... Why no 900cc decal on the side panels, though? I believe they're still available. Good luck with the raffle!

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