"We certainly appreciate the freedom to ride though this wonderful country, and that freedom comes with a price," said Blackwell. "We at Victory Motorcycles and Polaris Industries are proud to support those who have made the greatest commitment to this country, and we thank them for their dedicated service. It was a unique experience to build these two American motorcycles that represent the freedom, quality and lifestyle of our country that our Armed Forces protect each day."
Saturday, December 5, 2009
If you don't own a Victory Motorcycle now is your chance to pick one up and not only get a wicked bike, but you'll also be paying tribute to the families and soldiers impacted by the Fort Hood Tragedy.
Victory is auctioning off these two babies, a Victory Kingpin 8-Ball & a Hammer S.
The Kingpin (above) was painted olive drab for that Ol' Skool Army look.
The Hammer S paint scheme represents today's military.
The folks at Victory designed in honour of the men & women of the US armed forces.
Photos courtesy statesman.com The money from the sale of the bikes will be donated to benefit military families.
cyclenews.com wrote a piece about the up-coming eBay auction.
Here's what Mark Blackwell VP of Victory Motorcycles said about the program.
Bidding begins in the spring and wraps up on Memorial day 2010. Go here for more info.
Lest we forget.