12-25-2017 Update: Merry Christmas. The seller has withdrawn this bike from sale as “the builder says he is bummed that I am selling it so cheap.”
12-24-2017 Update: Back in July I told you about this CB1100 that was being raffled off to benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. The 75-year old winner of the raffle says he’s happier on his Ural so now he’s selling this custom Honda. It’s got 400 miles (the 600-mile service has been completed), it’s been signed by several people (including Nicky Hayden), and now it can be yours if you were interested but you missed the raffle. Find it for sale here on ADVRider (registration required) in Fort Myers, Florida for $7,500.
I’ve referred to Jason Paul Michaels a couple of times in the past – once for a custom Shadow VT800 build and another time for Standard Motorcycle Co, his co-op community garage. I’m bringing him up today because he’s built a custom CB1100 inspired by Dick Mann’s Dayonta 200-winning CR750. It’s being raffled off and all proceeds benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.
You’ve probably seen Ride for Kids in the past – it’s a series of dirt and street rides around the nation that raise money to fight brain tumors in kids. Jason Paul Michaels built this bike was built in partnership with Cycle World.
1 ticket is $5 but you’ll get discounts for buying more (5 for $20, for example). For more information or to try and win this custom CB, head on over to the Ride for Kids site. Good luck!