Win a Custom Bike to Cure Childhood Brain Tumors
Jason Paul Michaels has been riding motorcycles since he was 7, and modifying them for just about as long. He's the founder of Standard Motorcycle Co. out of Orlando, where he and his team run a community based co-op motorcycle garage and full custom shop.
To help children with brain tumors, the custom motorcycle star has lent his and his team's talents to the 2017 Ride for Kids/Cycle World project bike.
Enter our drawing to win a one-of-a-kind CB1100 donated by American Honda and rebuilt as a homage to the iconic Honda CR750 Dick Mann rode to victory at the 1970 Daytona 200.
All proceeds benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.
No purchase necessary to win. Certain restrictions apply. Drawing void where prohibited. See official rules for details. Winner will be drawn at AIMExpo in September.
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