PHPA Harley

PHPA Harley

In celebration of its 50th Anniversary, the PHPA purchased a 2006 Harley-Davidson motorcycle and commissioned a complete rebuild, resulting in a one-of-a-kind custom designed bike complete with PHPA branding, colors, and logos which is now valued at over $100,000!

The bike was built and refurbished by Quinn Camp from Quinn’s Custom Motorcycles and unveiled at the 50th PHPA Annual Meeting of Player Representatives this past June.

Tickets to win the PHPA Harley-Davidson motorcycle are now available for purchase with all proceeds benefiting 5 different charities including Hockey Fights Cancer, the Hockey Canada Foundation, the USA Hockey Foundation, Heartland Forest, and the Staal Family Foundation.

“There is nothing this bike doesn’t have, right down to the hydraulic lifter kit, stereo system, custom wheels, custom paint, and electric kick stand,” said Quinn Camp. “The PHPA bike is an absolute showpiece and a must have for any bike enthusiast.”

“The work and attention to detail that Quinn and his staff put into building this Harley is second to none,” said PHPA Executive Director, Larry Landon. “Not only does it have that Wow factor, but all PHPA Members can be proud of this bike and know that the proceeds support some very deserving causes.”

Only 1,750 tickets will be sold at $100 (CAD)/each (or $80 USD), and are available for purchase by calling 289-296-5561 or by visiting the PHPA Shopzone.

The PHPA Harley has been on display at various events and motorcycle shows since it was unvelied, including Biketoberfest at the Welland County Speedway, the Hometown Hockey event in Niagara Falls, Ontario, and the North American International Motorcycle Supershow in Toronto where the PHPA Harley took home "Best in Class" in the Bagger category. The draw will take place at the PHPA Golf Tournament and auction event on August 20, 2018 in St. Catharines, Ontario.

Related article: The PHPA is Raising Funds and Awareness Through Custom Built Harley-Davidson

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