Fight Breast Cancer By Buying This Restored 1969 Vintage Honda Z50A K1
A Good Cause, A Cool Little Bike
As many of you know, I’m a sucker for little motorcycles. When I met Tracy and Kellie Schooler of Lil’ Bikes Restoration at a friend’s get together, they had a cool little 1969 Honda Z50A K1 with them.
It was painted pink and in immaculate condition. After chatting with Tracy a bit, he told me the bike was going up for auction and the proceeds would go to help support the American Cancer Society – Breast Care Awareness.
If you don’t know what Lil’ Bikes Restoration is, it’s a shop in Indiana that specializes in restoring Honda Z50s and CT70s to their original luster. Tracy and his team do an amazing job. The attention to detail on these little bikes is stunning. I’m going to do a full tour of the shop soon and will go into detail on all that Tracy does. His commitment to these little machines is unparalleled.
The auction starts today. It will run until October 10th. The winner will be announced on the company’s Facebook page after the auction closes. If you want to bid, then you’re one heck of a person. I salute you. If you win the bike, you’ll need to arrange pickup at Lil’ Bikes Restoration in Brownsburg, Indiana. This is a great way to get yourself a fully-restored vintage bike and support a great cause. Check out the auction on the company’s Facebook page.