ast November at the Cycle World International Motorcycle Show in Dallas. A friend had invited him to the show to take his mind off of his job situation.
“I will definitely be back,” James said. “I’ll be the one with the big grin on my face!”
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (PBTF) randomly drew James’ name from more than 18,000 entries earlier this month. The drawing generated over $78,000 to benefit the PBTF, which runs the Ride for Kids program. Having just finished their third bike for the giveaway, RSD has helped to raise over $200,000 for the PBTF.
Rumor has it that the crew at RSD may get their hands on another Honda bike for next year’s drawing. Check the Ride for Kids website for details in the coming months and to see what crazy creation RSD comes up with next. Also, don’t forget to go to motorcycleshows.com to find out where you can see the new bike in person at the 2009-2010 Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows.
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