It's on! But what is "IT" exactly?

We at NCCR Sweden have decided to contribute to the amazing Buell/EBR collection at Barber Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama (USA). It will be the Splitlath Racing IOMTT bike ridden by Mark Miller (if 500 slots are sold), see the tech specs if you like.

But we need the help of you guys to make it happen. But of course, we don’t want you to go empty handed – so the raffle entails a total of 50 cool/unique prizes for you guys. If 300 slots are sold by February 29th 2024, #1 prize the Splitlath EBR 1190 RS #93 race-ready for you to take home and admire. If 500 sold slots have been reached, we will add an 1190 RS engine to the Raffle pot and send Mark Miller’s IOMTT bike to Barber to the MotoAmerica event in May 2024.
If not even 300 slots are sold by February 29th 2024, we will raffle out the remaining 49 prices, but not the #93 bike and no bike will go to Barber.

How do you take part in this?

It’s pretty straight forward, actually! Just head over to our web shop and choose one or more of the Bring the Bikes Home packages. There’s 3 different ones, one inspired by each of the bikes we were sending to Barber (originally 3 bikes were going to Barber, but things change). You can buy as many packages as you like and each one grants you one entry into the raffle. More about the technicalities of the raffle, you can find in the rules.

What's in the package?

Each package comes with a beautiful poster – photography on the front and Artprint on the back, you can have a look at them here. On top of that, we put down months of work to put together an accompanying booklet filled with info, pictures and greetings from Erik Buell, Mark Miller and other high-profile EBR personalities. Now booklet may sound small, but it’s a 90 pages long softcover filled to the brim with knowledge, interviews and pictures. Have a sneak peak inside of it here.

Once you’ve become a supporter of this noble cause, your name will be shown on this website and hopefully also on a sign at the Barber Motorsports Museum alongside the bike. Unless you want to remain anonymous – we’re not forcing anyone, right?

There’s also a possibility to donate to this cause and we’ve come up with a line of merchandise inspired by Bring the Bikes Home.

What else can I win?

What do i get for my money?

Why should i support this?