Introducing the 2012 WTT 10th Annual Raffle Bike!!!!

WIN THIS BIKE!!!!This 1932 Harley-Davidson VL Bobber is a beauty…..and it could be yours!!! 

WTT is proud to annouce, the 10th Annual Wheels Through Time Raffle Bike.

Get Your Tickets Today!!!

Each year, the Wheels Through Time Museum sets out to bring back to life a true piece of American motorcycle history to be raffled off each November as the museum’s annual fundraiser.  This year’s machine — the beautiful 1932 Harley-Davidson VL Flathead Bobber — is a stunner, and will be taken home by one lucky winner during the museum’s final opening of 2012.

Countless hours of both passion and enjoyment went into this beauty, a the craftsmanship and attention to detail is evident throughout.  Rebuilt from the ground up by museum curator and founder, Dale Walksler, the ’32 VL features Harley-Davidsons 74 cubic inch side-valve powerplant equipped with a three speed transmission, and has all sorts of period accessory "extras", including flander’s rubbermounted risers and Handlebars, very rare early HD keyswitches, cut down rear fender, bobber horn, and so much more.  Finished in stunning black and copper with red striping, this bike overflows with attitude and personality.  Truly a Real School bike, built with real and authentic parts, this 1932 Harley-Davidson VL Bobber is ready for the road, and could be yours this November 2012!!!

Ticket specials are 1 ticket for $10 and 3 tickets for $20, and our best package gets you 7 tickets for $50, which includes a free T-shirt and DVD, or a 1-year American Iron Magazine Subscription (7 ticket packages only).

So be sure to get your tickets today!  Not only will you have a chance to win the 1932 VL Bobber, but you’ll be supporting the great cause for keeping America’s transportation history up on two wheels for generations to come!

Thanks for your support!!!

And the Winner of the 2011 Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Raffle Is………

Congrats To Chris Hemminger -- Winner of the 9th Annual WTT Raffle!!!Congratulations Chris Hemminger from Centreville, MD!!!!!

Chris is the Grand Prize Winner of the 9th Annual Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Raffle.   Its a big day for Chris — Not only did he win the 1936 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead Bobber, he won it on his daughters very first birthday! 

Chris has already decided that he’ll be taking the bike instead of the cash prize, which makes us here at the museum proud.   He’ll also be taking home an extremely limited edition painting of the bike titled "Autumn Knuckle" by our good friend and renowned Harley-Davidson Artist, David Uhl.

Congrats Chris!  Now enjoy that motorcycle!!!!

Click on the video below to watch the 2011 Wheels Through Time Annual Raffle Drawing!!!


AND THE WINNER IS…………

Congrats To Chris Hemminger -- Winner of the 9th Annual WTT Raffle!!!Congratulations Chris Hemminger from Centreville, MD!!!!!

Chris is the Grand Prize Winner of the 9th Annual Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Raffle.   Its a big day for Chris — Not only did he win the 1936 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead Bobber, he won it on his daughters very first birthday! 

Chris has already decided that he’ll be taking the bike instead of the cash prize, which makes us here at the museum proud.   He’ll also be taking home an extremely limited edition painting of the bike titled "Autumn Knuckle" by our good friend and renowned Harley-Davidson Artist, David Uhl.

Congrats Chris!  Now enjoy that motorcycle!!!!


2011 WTT Raffle Only 1 Week Away!!!

2011 Winner Also To Receive Limited Edition 1936 Knucklehead Print by Renowned HD Artist David Uhl!

With the 2011 WTT Annual Motorcycle Raffle just one week away, the museum has announced some great news for whoever will become the new owner of the beautiful 1936 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead on Noveber 12th!

Aside from winning one the most iconic motorcycles every built by HD, the winner will be presented with a special limited edition print by world renowned Harley-Davidson Artist David Uhl. Created specially for the 2011 Wheels Through Time Raffle, this beautiful 30"x22" oil on canvas depicts the venerable 1936 Knucklehead power-plant, which revolutionized the motorcycle industry and is considered the "Grandfather of today’s modern motorcycle".

Uhl is considered by many to be the Norman Rockwell of Harley-Davidson, and has created literally dozens of masterpieces helping to tell the story of the glory days of American motorcycling. His attention to detail and life-like creations are unparalleled in the world of motorcycle art, and bring the viewer ever closer to actually living the moment each piece depicts. Uhl’s works of art are highly sought after in the artistic community, and often sell out shortly after their release.

In reference to the creation of this beautiful work, Uhl states, "I know, its not really my style, but it was so pretty I just couldn’t help myself. I had to give its due."

Over the year’s Uhl and Wheels Through Time have worked together in various capacities, and have collaborated on several of his unique works of art, including "Babe" which depicts 1940 Daytona 200 Winner Babe Tancrede unloading his race bike on the beach, and of course, one of Uhl’s personal favorites — Evelyn, depicting a young lady pulled over by a motorcycle officer on her way to a hillclimb.

"We’re extremely honored to have David Uhl involved with this year’s raffle, and would like to thank him immensely" says museum curator Dale Walksler. "His newly created masterpiece has proven to inspire us yet again, and will make a great addition to this year’s Grand Prize!"

For more information on David Uhl and his artwork, visit his website at www.UhlStudios.com, or find him on facebook at www.Facebook.com/UhlStudios.

And remember, there’s only one week left to purchase tickets for the 2011 WTT Raffle Drawing for the 1936 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead Bobber, so don’t forget to get your tickets today!