Ride For Kids: Get Your Chance to Win a Custom Honda at IMS Show

Ride For Kids/Cycle World Honda CB1100 Project Bike  Shot

Ride for Kids Press Release:

The latest Ride for Kids/Cycle World project bike, benefiting the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, will be on display at this weekend’s International Motorcycle Show in Washington, D.C..

AIP Speed started with a stock 2014 Honda CB1100, donated by American Honda, and customized it to honor GP champion Freddie Spencer. The design is modeled after the CB750 and CB900 that Spencer raced for Honda in the early 1980s.

Nostalgic but modern, the project bike has a silver and blue paint scheme and the Ride for Kids logo. It features a braced swingarm, custom velocity stacks, carbon wheels and unique bodywork, as well as a matching helmet.

Get your tickets at the Ride for Kids booth at the show or make a donation online. Drawing tickets are one for $5 or five for $20.

Thanks to Arai Helmets, BrakeTech, BST, DynoJet, Öhlins-USA, ProLine Wraps, Spielger Performance Parts, Gered Poepke at Valley Kustoms and Yoshimura R&D for their generous donations to the bike build.

Since 2001, the Ride for Kids/Cycle World project bike drawing has raised more than $757,000 for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s research and family support programs.

Get your tickets today for a chance to win the latest bike to cure the kids HERE.

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For more information: www.curethekids.org