Win a piece of Rock and Roll History – 1998 95th Anniversary Road King signed by the Doobie Brothers

Simple Work Comp and Payroll Consultants are giving away a signed 1998 95th Anniversary Harley Davidson Road King (FLHRCI).

This motorcycle was created to honor the Doobie Brothers who performed at the Chicago concert for the company’s 95th anniversary.

The bike is autographed by original owner John McFee and remaining band members Patrick Simons and Tommy Johnston.

With less than16,000 original miles and this bikes pedigree, it is a piece of history any Rock and Roll motorcycle collector would love.

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“Special features”

Autographed by John McFee, Patrick Simons and Tommy Johnston

  • 15,986 original miles
  • New battery
  • New tires
  • New fuel pump assembly
  • New fuel pressure regulator
  • New level sender
  • New fuel lines
  • Accessory luggage, tour bags,
  • Leather saddlebags
  • Windshield
  • 13” hand bars ( John McFees upgrade)

• Service records available upon request

Estimated value $21,999.99 to $39,000


In 1984 “Southern Pacific” a country-rock super band was formed and signed a record deal with Warner Brothers Records Nashville. Comprised of two Doobie Brothers, Drummer-Keith Knudsen, Guitarist / Fiddle / Pedal Steel, and singer – John McFee, Credence Clearwater bass player – Stu Cook, Lead singer Tim Goodman, later replaced by Pablo Cruz lead singer – David Jenkins, and Crystal Gayle / Waylon Jennings keyboard player, singer Kurt Howell.

Between 1994 -1990 Southern Pacific released 4 Records, 1 soundtrack, 3 # 1 singles, 3 top 15 singles, tour the world and more importantly change the sound of country music. In 1991 because of these accomplishments, Southern Pacific was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. (Kurt sang Southern Pacific first #1 single, “New Shade of Blue” and pined and sang their first crossover top 12 hit “All is Lost”.)

Kurt’s connection to John McFee started well before Southern Pacific through a production John had been working on for Eikichi Yazawa, Japans #1 recording artist. Kurt played keyboards on Yazawa upcoming record and later toured with John, Keith, Tower of Power Horn section, which became the “American Band” for Yazawa for many years touring extensively in Japan.

In 1991 after Southern Pacific disbanded John and Keith returned to the Doobies Brothers and in 1998 The Doobie Brothers playing a concert for Harley Davidson 95 Anniversary, Harley awarded the Doobie Brothers with 20 motorcycles, 16 remain to-date.

Last January John sold his customized Harley Davison 1998 Road King he received to his longtime friend and bandmate Kurt. After enjoying the motorcycle for the past 11 months Kurt has decided to sell this amazing piece of Rock and Roll history.

With less than16,000 original miles and this bikes pedigree, it is a piece of history any Rock and Roll motorcycle collector would love.

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