Tickets are on sale for the National Motorcycle Museum's 2008 fundraising raffle bike, a 2008 custom Panhead.
Custom-built by J&P Cycles and painted by Scott Takes of Underground Studios, this year's bike is a beautiful piece of work. The Panhead features a 93 cu. in. S&S Cycle Panhead motor. The transmission is from Baker Drivetrain and the frame from KraftTech.
"This is a great way for parts manufacturers from around the country to support the museum," National Motorcycle Museum director Jeff Carstensen says. "They know year-in and year-out, J&P Cycles will create one hot raffle bike for the museum and that the proceeds help continue to preserve
the history of our sport."
John Parham, president of the National Motorcycle Museum Board of Directors, agrees. "The support of the motorcycle industry again this year is wonderful. This bike has great styling and is truly a classic, incorporating today's technology along with safety. The finished product is the perfect mix of present and past."
Designed by J&P Cycles