April 4: Wheels Through Time Open for 2019 Season


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Don’t Miss Opening Day!

April 4, 2019 Wheels Through Time will be opening their doors for the season. There’s always something new to see each season and if you are a first timer, plan to stay a while! Located in Maggie Valley, Wheels Through Time is close to several beautiful riding routes such as Tail of the Dragon, The Rattler, and the now open Blue Ridge Parkway.

In the photo featured above, Dale says “this 80 cubic inch flathead is one of six pre-production experimental prototypes built by Harley Davidson in 1936. Three examples are known to exist today, all of which are on display at Dale’s Wheels Through Time.”


Enter the Raffle to Win a Bike!

Try your luck for a chance to wine a 1936 Harley-Davidson EL Knucklehead Bobber rebuilt in the WTT Restoration shop by museum founder and curator Dale Walksler and his team. The bike features a first year 61 c.i. OHV engine based around a genuine pair of new old stock replacement knucklehead engine cases mated to a 4-speed transmission in Harley-Davidson’s classic black and vermilion red with gold striping. This marks the second year in a row that Wheels Through Time will be raffling off the Holy-Grail of all American motorcycles. Many of the motorcycle industry’s top vendors collaborated with their parts, service, and expertise.

The raffle takes place in front of a live audience on Saturday, Nov 9th, 2019 at the Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, NC. Second prize is $10k, and 3rd prize is $5k — you do not have to be present to win.

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