Konquer Motorcycles in Kelowna hosted a Support the Troops campaign on Friday Evening, where a custom-made Harley Davidson was revealed.
The motorcycle pays tribute to the Canadian Military with desert-themed parts including hand-painted camouflage paint, a custom seat with a bullet belt lining and 50 caliber ammunition boxes as saddle bags.
“It’s a one-off military themed Harley Davidson,” said Konquer Motorcycles general manager Rob Thiessen.
“It’s going to all the motorcycle shows across Canada and then it’s going to be auctioned off a the Hockey Hall of Fame in March, in Toronto.”
After nine months of creating in partnership with the PPCLI Foundation and the Heroes Hockey Challenge committee, the one of a kind Harley Davidson was revealed.
All proceeds raised are going towards the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) Foundation which cares for wounded soldiers and their families.
The custom motorcycle will be auctioned online with a livestream available across Canada, for more information on the bike visit: konquer.ca