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Redskins auctioning motorcycle to raise money for Richmond schools

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How about a Harley that plays, "Hail to the Redskins?

Fans at Redskins Training Camp can buy a $20 raffle ticket to win the custom, one-of-kind bike.

It's signed by the entire team – including yes, RGIII and The skins say they've already been offered $100,000 for it.

Jane Rodgers is Executive Director of the Skins Charitable Foundation.

"If you only get one ticket you have a one in 5,000 chance for 20 dollars this is a one of a kind bike.  It's not available anywhere else.  It's only been made here and it's going to raise hopefully a lot of money for Richmond area Youth programs and schools," she said.

Only 5,000 tickets will be sold, so the chances of winning are way better than the lottery – but odds are still pretty long.  The drawing will be held at the end of training camp at 2 p.m. on August 16.

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