Custom Motorcycle Being Raffled Off

Proceeds go to aid soldiers

Wide Open Cycles in Daytona Beach, Florida, is raffling off a custom motorcycle to benefit the Freedom Is Not Free. The organization aids wounded armed service members, their families, and the families of the fatally wounded.

Custom motorcycle built by Wide Open Cycles that#39;s being raffled off.

Wide Open Cycles created a one-of-a-kind hand designed custom motorcycle with the proceeds going to the Freedom Is Not Free. Lani Faulkner, wife of Vince Faulkner, co-owner of Wide Open Cycles, and a winner of WRNs Everybody Has a Story Contest, says, “This organization that has touched our hearts so deeply. They do so much for our men and women who serve our country as well as their families.”

Rear view of motorcycle.
Front view of bike.

Wide Open Cycles is selling 2,000 tickets at $100 each. Sales started two weeks ago with the raffle being held at Daytona Bike Week on March 8, 2008. Tickets can be purchased online to or in person at Wide Open Cycles shop in Daytona Beach, Florida. Lani says, “We just want to encourage everyone to hurry and get a ticket while they last.”

Poster designed to promote the raffle.

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