INDIAN MOTORCYCLE BIKE BUILD OFF REVEAL

On April 12th, our two teams of veterans and first responders involved in the Indian Motorcycle Indian Chief Bike Build Off, got to finally unveil their masterpieces to a anticipating crowd at the Peace Love Happiness fundraiser for the 100 Club. The bikes would go to an online poll the following day to see who was the favorite to win!

BUILD TEAMS #6 & #7 GO TO DAYTONA BIKE WEEK

As part of our Indian Motorcycle Bike Build Off, Indian sponsored the guys on a little getaway to Daytona for Bike Week. The week was filled with amazing experiences including unfurling the flag at the opening ceremonies of the Flat Track races, meeting Roland Sands, 20th Century Racing, Travis Pastrana, Gloria Struck, Moonshiner Josh, Bill Dodge, Michael Lichter, Chris and Heather Callen (Cycle Source Magazine), Xavier Muriel, Kory Souza, Buzz Kanter (American Iron Magazine), Marilyn Stemp, and more. We visited Standard Motorcycle Co and Ace Cafe in Orlando, also. Finally, they got to get some time in on their bikes and visit with some of the M2 build sponsors. To cap it all off, Kory Souzas No Class Bike Show.


INTRODUCING OUR CLEVELAND BUILDERS - TEAM #8

February saw us bring in a new group of builders to the Motorcycle Missions family, this time in the walls of Skidmark Garage in Cleveland Ohio. They will be building a 2004 Triumph Speedmaster into a custom built bobber and will reveal it at Fuel Cleveland in July 2019.

BUILD TEAM #4 TAKES 2nd PLACE PEOPLE'S CHOICE AT EASYRIDERS BIKE SHOW 2019 - AUSTIN

While the Easyriders Bike Show may be more about choppers, that didn’t stop our veterans and first responders who built the Lincoln Electric Sidecar Rambler from taking 2nd place People’s Choice at the show.

BUILD TEAM #5 TAKES RUNNER UP AT IMS DALLAS, CUSTOM STREET

MOTORCYCLE MISSIONS entered build team 4’s Lincoln Electric side car Rambler, and build team 5’s J&P Cycles Ducati Scrambler into the Ultimate Builder competition at the International Motorcycle Show in Dallas. While the Rambler received the K&N Garage Builders award in Long Beach it went home empty handed in Dallas. The Ducati Scrambler however received second place in the Custom Street Class, allowing the bike to go on the Nationals in Chicago.

During IMS, the Motorcycle Missions builders had the opportunity to meet and judge their peer builders bikes - a huge highlight for them.