Over at Iconic, one of our favorite charities is Ride For Kids in support of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. This week we’ve got a fun lot of hats and signed shirts from Honda’s 2010 Moto2 effort – and all of proceeds go to Ride For Kids!
In 2010, Honda was both patriotic and charitable for the Moto2 race of the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix. They fielded a wildcard entry with a Honda-powered Moriwaki MD600 raced by Roger Lee Hayden. Hayden was supported by Kevin Erion and the team was led by Kevin Schwantz, who brought #34 out of retirement to be used on the bike. The USA-themed livery was designed by Drudi Performance.
Drudi was also tapped to design commemorative shirts and hats which were sold to the public – all proceeds went to Ride for Kids. 11 years later, we have five of those hats and three shirts (2 Small, 1 Medium) together as a lot. All three shirts have been signed by Kevin Schwantz, Roger Lee Hayden, and Kevin Erion, and just like in 2010, all proceeds are going to Ride for Kids! The five hats have not been signed.
Find this lot of shirts and hats for sale in Santa Monica, California with bidding up to $510 here on Iconic Motorbike Auctions.
Disclosure: Bike-urious is a partner in Iconic Motorbike Auctions.