3 Dec 2010

in the mail today

new plans for my GR650

photosoep sketch
the bron photo is not my GR650..!

KZ1000 Cafe Racer – Auctioned off for Curing Kids of Cancer!

Santiago Chopper’s KZ1000 Cafe Racer – Auctioned off for Curing Kids of Cancer
You might have seen it on Cafe Racer TV. (I did not see it because we don't have it on our cable...)

Alan Bernard of Santiago Choppers has joined forces with Cafe Racer TV, The Esteemed Mecum Auto Auctions and Curing Kid’s Cancer based in Atlanta, GA www.curingkidscancer.org to help raise money and awareness to fight forms of Lukemia and Cancer found in children.

Alan’s beautiful Martin framed Kawasaki KZ1000 custom Cafe Racer is set to be auctioned off live at the Mecum Auto Auctions taking place in Kissimmee, FL Janurary 26-30th. Please help this wonderful cause and share this information with your fellow riders and collectors via email, Facebook & Twitter. This is a chance to not own this super nice cafe racer, but a chance to change the future for children fighting for the lives.

About Curing Kid’s Cancer:

Grainne and Clay Owen created Curing Kids’ Cancer only a year after losing their nine-year-old son Killian to leukemia.

Grainne was the driving force behind starting the charity. She launched Coaches Curing Kids Cancer during an appearance on the 2004 WSB Care-a-thon raising money for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

The idea: Asking kids’ sports teams to donate money in honor of their coach instead of buying a gift. Coaches didn’t go without a gift however. In return for a donation, coaches were sent a t-shirt and a personalized certificate.

“I hoped that we could raise $5,000 that first season,” Grainne said. “We raised $45,000 – and knew we had a great idea on our hands.”

Grainne has raised more than $1 million since that time.

Mecum Auto Auctions Details:

January 26th-30th, Auction LOT #F264


Osceola Heritage Park
1875 Silver Spur Lane
Kissimmee, FL 34744

Click Here for Mecum’s website

*For more information on how to bid please contact caferacertv@gmail.com
via- Dime City Cycles

KZ 400 ´75, El Diablo Magazine Bike

Alex Patrocinio send me pictures of his new ride.
it´s a Kawasaki KZ 400 ´75, El Diablo Magazine Bike! Build by his friend Fernando (Mad Crow Garage).
great deatils like the diablo tail on the gas tank, the Mad Crow logo on the speedo and the headlight cover