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Proceeds from this build will be granted to The Elevate Academy, the largest school for survivors of human trafficking in America. Your generous purchase of a raffle ticket directly supports survivors and changing lives.

This 2002 CBR F4i was donated by Mike Dunn of Anchorage, Alaska. Like a true motorcyclist Mike has a heart to help others and we were happy to turn the build over to The Man School in Vancouver, Washington for its makeover. The Man School is a group of guys who are making the world a better place one motorcycle project at a time! Thank you Man School!

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The Story of #survivorbike

These builds have become a way for us to connect the biker community with the survivor community.  In partnership with Ride My Road these builds represent the true nature of what it means to be a survivor. Survivors of human trafficking are walking among us. Trafficking happens right here in America yet we don’t see them.  They are a marginalized community and these builds are our way of letting them know we care.  Bikers, builders and moto-industry businesses come together on these builds to take an old bike and to turn it into something beautiful.  Funds from these builds are granted to Survivor-led Organizations offering direct services to American survivors of Human Trafficking.  Thank you for supporting this project with your donations and ticket purchases! You are making a difference!

Check out our previous #survivorbikes!

#Survivorbike Phoenix was raffled in May of 2019 and was an amazing project to kick off the #survivorbike project. The original 1994 CBR600f2 was donated by Craig Rodsmith.  It was a journey to turn if from its original neon green to this beaut! Many people contributed to the build, please watch out youtube video below for all the details!  Proceeds from this build were awarded to The Teen Project, an organization that houses teen survivors of human trafficking.

On August 9th we were excited to raffle this brand new Indian Scout to raise funds for anti-human trafficking. This bike was donated by the Indian Motorcycle Corporation and the custom paint job was done by the amazing folks at the Spearfish South Dakota Paint Facility. They completed this custom paint job with 9 coats with a phoenix painted on the tank. Fully customized saddlebags were donated by Sid Keller of Mill Iron Staple Leather of Sundance, Wyoming.

Special thanks to the team at Sturgis Indian Dealership in Sturgis for hosting the giveaway event on August 9th. Do not need to be present to win.

Proceeds benefited The Epik ProjectFighting Against TraffickingFree The Black Hills and Ride My Road