19 Oct 2007
Sunday, October 21st through Saturday, October 27th, motorcycle enthusiasts and supporters of breast cancer research, education, and outreach programs worldwide will be able to bid on a one-of-a-kind custom-built motorcycle specially constructed to raise funds for the Quad Cities affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. This women's chopper was first unveiled at the Quad Cities Race for the Cure in the spring. All proceeds from the auction will support breast cancer research, education, outreach, screening, and treatment for the medically underserved. The project was funded in part by Radiology Group Imaging Center, Davenport, Iowa, and Wiebler's Harley-Davidson, Davenport, Iowa. Many special features are included in the design, such as ribbon-shaped wheel rims, specially air-painted gas tank with Susan G. Komen logo, ribbon-embossed leather seat, and other artfully applied features. The color is primarily black, with white and pink design enhancements. For more details go to www.rgimaging.com or www.sellproinc.com. To place a bid on eBay go to www.sellproinc.com October 21st through October 27th and click on the "Auctions" tab. ###
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