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Carey Hart’s tanks for troops auction raised $30,000

A unique collection of custom-painted Indian Motorcycle tanks were recently auctioned off through Carey Hart’s Good Ride charity to raise money for Infinite Hero Foundation. Indian Motorcycles supplied Hart with a handful of Indian scout tanks for him to hand select his favorite motorcycle, helmet, and car painters along with some of the country’s leading tattoo artists to do their thing with each half tank to create a one-of-a kind piece of art. Of course, Carey being a family man, gave his 6-year old daughter Willow her own tank to design and hers fetched the highest bid of the collection and sold for $7,600. Carey’s wife Alecia Moore, AKA Pink was also on hand to lend her support. The event raised a total of $30,000 to add to the $30,000 Good Ride has already donated to Infinite Hero. Thank you to Carey, Big B, the Good Ride community and donors, and to all of the artists who participated!

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About Infinite Hero Foundation

A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Infinite Hero Foundation combats the most difficult front line issues – mental and physical – facing returning military heroes and their families. The Foundation funds programs that drive innovation and the accessibility of effective treatments for active duty and veterans dealing with service-related mental and physical injuries. For more information, please visit:

CONTACT: Laurie Baker, Executive Director, or (949) 829-6446.

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