RM125 Raffle

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10/24/2020 3:44 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/24/2020 4:11 PM

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10/24/2020 4:05 PM

I would be game. What charity or non profit does this benefit?

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10/24/2020 4:06 PM

is there a cap on number of tickets sold?
1 ticket per person?

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2020 YZ250F - the daily
2017 TC250 - Sold
2004 RM144 - The project

10/24/2020 4:31 PM

Ryan625 wrote:

is there a cap on number of tickets sold?
1 ticket per person?

Go to the IG, it has details.

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Go for it! Don't let a little thing like fear, or common sense hold you back.

10/24/2020 4:32 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/24/2020 4:38 PM

Ryan625 wrote:

is there a cap on number of tickets sold?
1 ticket per person?

It says there are 100 spots and you can buy as many of the 100 as you want for $75.00 each. But you have to pay using Venmo. Free shipping within USA.
His Venmo username: @profloors147

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10/24/2020 6:11 PM

racerx217 wrote:

I would be game. What charity or non profit does this benefit?

To be honest, I’m an independent flooring contractor. Work has been off and on this year with COVID, my wife has been in school so we’ve been on one income. Gotta 2 year old kiddo in daycare etc. Just trying to make my winter a little less worrisome, while also hooking up a fellow moto guy.

I do entertain that idea though. How about a $250 donation to a breast cancer foundation of your choice? All my info is listed above.

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10/25/2020 3:59 PM

I won a Kawasaki 700 flattracker in a similar raffle two years ago. Tickets were $350 each, and only 40 were sold. The bike qualified 5 at this years Indy mile in the production twins class

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10/25/2020 6:29 PM

jtetchila1 wrote:

I won a Kawasaki 700 flattracker in a similar raffle two years ago. Tickets were $350 each, and only 40 were sold. The bike qualified 5 at this years Indy mile in the production twins class

Right on! I wasn’t sure whether to sell more spots at a lower price, or less spots at a higher price. It may not be for everyone, I get that. But for the one that does win it’s a pretty sweet deal.

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10/25/2020 7:25 PM

jtetchila1 wrote:

I won a Kawasaki 700 flattracker in a similar raffle two years ago. Tickets were $350 each, and only 40 were sold. The bike qualified 5 at this years Indy mile in the production twins class

4the7ove wrote:

Right on! I wasn’t sure whether to sell more spots at a lower price, or less spots at a higher price. It may not be for everyone, I get that. But for the one that does win it’s a pretty sweet deal.

How many spots left?

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10/25/2020 7:58 PM

What a creative way to get $7500 for a $2500 motorcycle without a title. Bravo

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10/25/2020 8:54 PM

40acres wrote:

What a creative way to get $7500 for a $2500 motorcycle without a title. Bravo

Dont hate the player.....

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10/25/2020 10:36 PM

40acres wrote:

What a creative way to get $7500 for a $2500 motorcycle without a title. Bravo

I’d value it more at 4K here in the pnw. But I think there’s nothing wrong with this

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2020 YZ250F - the daily
2017 TC250 - Sold
2004 RM144 - The project

10/25/2020 11:17 PM

40acres wrote:

What a creative way to get $7500 for a $2500 motorcycle without a title. Bravo

Ryan625 wrote:

I’d value it more at 4K here in the pnw. But I think there’s nothing wrong with this

A quick search will tell you that what OP is doing is illegal, so there's plenty wrong with it.

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10/26/2020 12:25 AM

40acres wrote:

What a creative way to get $7500 for a $2500 motorcycle without a title. Bravo

Ryan625 wrote:

I’d value it more at 4K here in the pnw. But I think there’s nothing wrong with this

But not $7500, right? Dude is trying to turn a hefty profit off of 100 suckers on a bike he technically doesn't own without a title. I mean $10.30 and stamp and you have a Montana title.

And as Maverick stated, pretty illegal...

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10/26/2020 1:10 AM

40acres wrote:

What a creative way to get $7500 for a $2500 motorcycle without a title. Bravo

Ryan625 wrote:

I’d value it more at 4K here in the pnw. But I think there’s nothing wrong with this

-MAVERICK- wrote:

A quick search will tell you that what OP is doing is illegal, so there's plenty wrong with it.

Most states a raffle has to be for charity or the likes as a fund raiser no? Doing it privately would be illegal as it’s gambling / profiteering... nice bike but this could land the op in trouble.

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10/26/2020 3:51 AM

Illegal only because the government isn’t getting their cut. Not exactly morally reprehensible.

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10/26/2020 4:04 AM

Well young women are selling there virginity's, sa people put a house up with a lottery. So why people complaining now about a 75 dollar ticket for a bike. Ow it's illegal, sometimes it's time to step out and don't be a tax slave for a moment.

To bad shipping isn't in it or would have a ticket. Just because it has a aluminium tank.

Good luck with it and the new owner!

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10/26/2020 4:07 AM

I think these are cool but when they try to make a bunch of money on top of the worth of what’s being auctioned, kick rocks. It’s not a hard time to sell a used dirt bike.

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10/26/2020 4:49 AM

I think paying $75 bucks for a bike is kinda cool. If you want to, sell it after for the $2500 people says it’s worth and make money off the deal.

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