Indian Motorcycle Hosting Build-Off for Charity

Indian Motorcycles and Motorcycle Missions is hosting a build-off pitting veterans and first responders against each other.

Each team will design a custom Indian Chief Dark Horse to benefit charity. The teams will be made up of former military and first responders, consisting of several military branches, police, and fire departments.

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You will be able to get involved on April 13, when fans can visit Motorcycle Missions’ and Indian Motorcycle’s Instagram and Facebook channels to vote on which bike is their favorite.

The bikes will be revealed on Friday, April 12 at the John Paul DeJorias and Gary Spellman 17th annual Peace Love Happiness charity weekend, to help the 100 Club of Central Texas. The 100 Club helps the families of first responders who have been injured or killed in the line of duty.

“Whether riding or wrenching, Motorcycle Missions bring veterans and first responders together as they work towards one common goal. The trials and tribulations, camaraderie, and life-long friendships are what ‘motorcycle therapy’ is all about,” said Krystal Hess, Motorcycle Missions Founder. “If we can help these heroes get back to living healthy, joyful lives, while instilling them with a passion for motorcycles, we have fulfilled our mission.”