Honda is donating three zero-mile Repsol CBR1000RRs to be auctioned by Iconic Motorbikes, benefiting the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Ride for Kids.
Iconic Motorbikes will facilitate the auction of three Honda Repsol CBR1000RRs on behalf of American Honda. Honda, celebrating its 30th year as the presenting sponsor of the Ride for Kids, is donating the trio of Fireblades from its private collection to benefit the charity.
Here are a few quick notes about the Honda CBR1000RR:
• The CBR1000RR was initially offered in 2004, replacing the CBR954RR, and the inaugural special-edition Repsol version arrived in 2005.
• The 2007 Repsol Honda CBR1000RR came just after Nicky Hayden’s 2006 MotoGP title.
• The 2009 special edition of the CBR1000RR is the only second-generation version, following the model’s 2008 overhaul.
The auction is scheduled for September 3 through 10. All three bikes have zero miles and are being auctioned off individually.
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Ride for Kids is an annual event and on September 12 riders across the nation will join forces on a single day to support the 28,000 children and teens living in the United States with a brain tumor or central nervous system tumor. The ride is the longest-running charitable motorcycle ride in the U.S. For more information and to register to participate, visit www.rideforkids.org.