harley davidson donates a street glide
harley davidson donates a street glide this year for the annual bike week in daytona. They do this every year to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). This year they have customized a 2013 harley davidson street glide. but of course harley wouldnt just drop any old street glide. This motorcycle they have customized with tons of after market harley parts. All the proceeds from the raffle will be given to the MDA. Harley and its dealer network and employees have been supporting the MDA since the early 80’s. They have donated more than 80 million dollars. All of which goes to help adults and children with neuro muscular diseases.
Custom 2013 street glide
So harley has went all out on the street glide. They have put just about every upgrade you can find in their aftermarket catalog. First they replaced the factory mufflers with some rockin screamin eagle mufflers. This will give it that sweet sound that harley is know for. Then they upped the sound system with boom audio speakers. and then dipped it in harleys own secret sauce, for that smokey gold limited custom paint. Of course harley didn’t forget the wheels. New 18 inch anarchy custom wheels that go round and round. Total price harley spent for all these upgrades over 14000$. Bringing the motorcycle’s value to almost $32000 dollars.
Enter to win
So here is how you can win this awesome ride. First you have to get yourself to bike week. No problem we all know it is going on this march in Daytona Florida. Once you are there go to the MDA booth. It will be part of harley davidson exhibit at riverfront park. there you will be able to buy all the raffle tickets you want. $5 dollars each or get 5 tickets for 20$ or heck buy a $100 worth. Its for a great cause. The drawing will happen on the 16th of march at 4pm. The good news is you don’t have to be there to win. So if you have to go home early, you can. But why would anyone leave bike week till its over is crazy. So get down to the harley booth and buy some tickets to win a great bike and help a great cause.