Reviews and Notices of Upcoming Classic Motorcycle Shows and Events
If you’d been thinking it could be fun to enter the 16-day, 4,150-mile 2014 Cannonball Endurance Run, a ride open only to motorcycles built before 1937, you’re out of luck. Even at $2,500 each, available spots for the run sold out months ago, leaving dreamers to, well, dream. But it turns out you might have one last shot at making this year’s run – all expenses paid including the supply of a 1936 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead and full support crew – if you buy the winning Golden Ticket in the recently announced Cannonball Golden Ticket Sweepstakes.
Here’s the gist of the deal, as explained in a letter from Matt Olsen, owner of the Harley Knucklehead you could ride and organizer of the sweepstakes:
At $500 each, tickets aren’t exactly cheap, but when you consider that Cannonball riders routinely spend upwards of $20,000 to buy, prep and support a Cannonball ride on their own, that $500 ticket will be one of the best bargains you’ve ever made if it’s a winner. For more information, visit the Cannonball web site.