We Came, We Saw, We Conquered
The Custom Strider Bikes from the Flying Piston Benefit Breakfast go under the gavel at the Mecum Auction and brings $8,400 for Charity.
Five Tiny Strider Custom balance bikes that were unveiled at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip last August, crossed the prestigious Mecum Auction stage in January on their way to new homes.
The Flying Piston Benefit at Mecum Auction showcased the tiny custom Strider Bikes that were customized by Diva Amy Skaling, John Shope of Dirty Bird Concepts, Carl Pusser of Walking Tall Cycles, Kirk Taylor of Custom Design Studios, Mike Tomas of Kiwi Indian Motorcycles and Steve Massicotte with Team Paughco.
The five little showpieces netted $8400 for the Flying Piston Charity that goes to the Strider Education Foundation.
The little bikes, customized by known builders and influencers, are a program of the Flying Piston Benefit, an organization that raises funds for new rider initiatives.
Funds support All Kids Bike, a program of the Strider Education Foundation that puts bike-riding curriculum into kindergarten P.E. classes nationwide. Almost 600,000 children in all 50 states have benefitted so far.
About The Flying Piston Benefit: Flying Piston Charity Events are produced by Marilyn Stemp of Iron Trader News and Jeff Najar of Greener Frontiers to assist in raising awareness and funds for non-profits and individuals in the motorcycle community. Contact: Marilyn Stemp, 828-205-8482, email@example.com or the Flying Piston Benefit contact us page.
Flying Piston Benefit at the Mecum Auction: The Flying Piston Benefit partners with the Mecum Auction Company because they are the world leader in collectibles and enjoy supporting the industry through these unique pieces of custom art.
About the Mecum Auction Company: The Mecum Auction Company is the world leader of collector car, vintage and antique motorcycle, and Road Art sales, hosting auctions throughout the United States. The company has been specializing in the sale of collector cars for more than 30 years, now offering more than 20,000 lots per year and averaging more than one auction each month.