The Cycle Trader Challenge for the Kids launched throughout the month of September and encouraged riders to log their traveled miles in , a newly launched app bringing together motorcycle enthusiasts like never before. Similar to other map-based mobile apps that track covered distances, Rever lets riders plan, record and share their trips with other riders. The platform has also partnered with Ride for Kids, a nonprofit organization sponsoring motorcycle rally events all over the country to raise money for pediatric brain tumor research.
American Honda is the presenting sponsor of Ride for Kids. Other national supporters include GEICO and Cycle World magazine. Other contributors include Arai Helmets, BrakeTech, BST, DynoJet, Öhlins-USA, ProLine Wraps, Spielger Performance Parts, Gered Poepke at Valley Kustoms and Yoshimura R&D. Their contributions include:
The Ride for Kids/Cycle World project bike was on display at this weekend’s International Motorcycle Show in Chicago, and will visit others in the future. Tickets will be available at the Ride for Kids booth at the show or . Drawing tickets are one for $5 or five for $20. Some restrictions apply. See the official rules for more details.
“The PBTF is honored to be a recipient of this generous challenge,” said Tiffany Armstrong, vice president of campaign development for Ride for Kids. “Cycle Trader has been a wonderful partner in promoting our Ride for Kids program, the longest running charity motorcycle event in the country, and their investment in our scholarship program is deeply appreciated.”