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2018 Raffle Bike 6 months 1 week ago #1539

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Hey, folks. We were very late in obtaining a bike for this year's raffle. In our efforts to provide the highest quality machine possible each and every year, our standards are very high.

This 1968 Firebird Scrambler came from the personal collection of Bob Kubena, and is an absolutely solid example of the best that BSA offered in its long history.

Since we first obtained the bike - when this picture was taken, we've been going through it from top to bottom.

Get your tickets now! Click back to the Raffle Bike tab for information on how to order, or see us at multiple vintage events throughout 2018.


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2018 Raffle Bike 6 months 1 week ago #1543

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How is the chrome on that bike? It's hard to tell from the photos you have posted up.
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2018 Raffle Bike 5 months 2 weeks ago #1552

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so thats how my bike is suppose to look,think I missed the mark
if this was easy,everyone would do it
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2018 Raffle Bike 1 week 2 days ago #1568

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We are pleased to announce the Robert McKnew, from Mabscott, West Virginia, is the winner of this year's raffle bike.
Robert is a life-long owner and enthusiast of BSA motorcycles, and bought his ticket in memory of his father, who passed away just this past June.
Pictures to follow soon.
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