BaggerWorks to reveal ‘Kids & Chrome’ benefit bike February 2 at V-Twin Expo

by on January 29, 2008
in Other news

kids and chrome event logoTom Binyon of BaggerWorks Custom Touring Motorcycles in Wichita, Kansas has announced he’ll reveal his charity bike, “The Dakota,” on Saturday, February 2, at 9:30 a.m. at the Duke Energy Center during the V-Twin Expo in Cincinnati, Ohio.  If you are in that area, I really hope you will go and see Tom’s creation, which benefits the Children’s Home Society of the Black Hills Region as well as the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame.

“The Dakota” will be the featured auction item during the Kids & Chrome 2008 benefit dinner and auction on Wednesday, August 6, in Spearfish, South Dakota at the Spearfish Holiday Inn and Convention Center. 

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2 Responses to “BaggerWorks to reveal ‘Kids & Chrome’ benefit bike February 2 at V-Twin Expo”
  1. mike says:

    Love the blog! Yes I’m a guy reading your site. I keep hoping to get my wife
    more interested in riding, and hoping this site helps her.

    Just a mention about the v-twin expo: it is a dealer/manufacturer/press invite only,
    not open to the public. Which really sucks! It would be awsome to be able to
    see all the new stuff, but being joe public, we do not get this chance.

    Keep up the great work.

  2. Janet says:

    Mike, wow I had no idea that the Expo wasn’t open to the public. I understand the concept of industry-only trade shows, for sure, but I wonder what benefit BaggerWorks got from unveiling their benefit bike at a non-public show? Thanks for clueing me in, though, I had no idea! As for being a guy reading the site, hey EVERYONE is welcome and I’m glad you’re here! If your wife has *any* interest at all in riding her own, you might send her over to the Women Who Ride forum on DelphiForums – it’s an amazing resource of several hundred women riders of every skill level, from absolute beginner to seasoned tourers. LOTS of support and encouragement over there! The link is in the right-hand column of this blog, under the “Favorite Links” category. It does require a basic Delphi account, which is free, but believe me it’s well worth it! Thanks again for visiting – feel free to participate in any and all conversations here! ~ Janet

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