A time back I gotta a call from Tyler Runnells. He said he was with Historic Harley-Davidson of Topeka and their Evel Knievel Museum. They wanted to build a street tracker and color it like Evel’s bike. The bike had two goals. One, to display in the museum and two, if a visitor wanted to buy it they would sell the bike (and I presume replace it if they wanted to do another build.)
This Topeka museum isn’t a rinky-dink little affair--it is a huge deal. The museum is a 13,000 square foot, two story building just filledwith Evel Knievel Memorabilia. They also have a 4-D Virtual Reality Jump! I’m not sure what that is but maybe you can. Next time you are in Topeka stop by.