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All proceeds will go to United Way Worldwide’s COVID-19 Community Response & Recovery Fund
MILWAUKEE (May 12, 2020) – Harley-Davidson Motor Company and Bonhams will host an exclusive motorcycle auction with proceeds, excluding taxes and fees, to be donated to United Way Worldwide’s COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund. 
Up for auction is a one-of-one LiveWire® motorcycle customized by Harley-Davidson for this moment and accompanied by an exclusive delivery experience. The auction will be held digitally from Tuesday, May 12th, 2020 – Tuesday, May 26th, 2020 by Bonhams to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
“We are all affected by the current situation, and the impact it has on the most at risk portions of society,”said Jon Bekefy, general manager of brand marketing at Harley-Davidson Motor Company. “As a longtime partner of the United Way, and inspired by their continued resilience in this crisis, Harley-Davidson is honored to have a part to play in the relief effort and to inspire our community about the open road ahead.”
In addition to the custom LiveWire motorcycle, the winning bidder and one guest will take part in an exclusive delivery experience and “behind-the-scenes” Harley-Davidson tour. This private, hosted experience will include an archival tour of the Harley-Davidson Museum. It is an unparalleled look at the heritage and future of Harley-Davidson Motor Company.
The LiveWire model up for auction is an exclusive version of Harley-Davidson’s electric motorcycle. The custom LiveWire motorcycle features a one-off paint scheme and unique graphics package created by the Harley-Davidson styling and design team for this opportunity. This model also features a full array of carbon fiber Genuine Parts and Accessories including carbon fiber Speed Screen Blade, Tail Section Cowl, and Tank Trim, and the motorcycle will be signed by members of the Davidson family.
“The Harley-Davidson design team created the custom paint and graphics on this motorcycle to accentuate the natural forms of the LiveWire,” said Bekefy. “It’s a very unique and stunning motorcycle that is truly one of a kind.”
To mark the historical significance of the motorcycle, the LiveWire model being auctioned is number #500 of the 500 “First Strike” edition LiveWire electric motorcycles. The First Strike edition LiveWire models are specially numbered versions created to celebrate the first 500 units produced by Harley-Davidson
This auction is available for participants from the United States.
“When entire communities come together to support people in times of need, organizations like United Way are able to make a real difference in people’s lives,” said Brian Gallagher, President and CEO of United Way Worldwide. “The funds raised by auctioning this customized motorcycle will allow us to better provide needed services for individuals and families recovering from COVID-19 and support our efforts to bring communities back stronger than before. Thank you Harley-Davidson, Bonhams, and everyone involved in supporting this special event.”
The auction will go live online here and opens for bids on Tuesday, May 12th at 10:00am EST, closing at Tuesday, May 26th at 4:00pm EST. All proceeds, excluding taxes and fees, will be donated to United Way Worldwide’s COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund. Potential bidders can find more info about the bike and prize package at
Learn more about the LiveWire motorcycle at
Harley-Davidson recognizes that we all need to do our part to help flatten the curve. We encourage you to act responsibly and stay up-to-date on U.S. Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) and other regional guidelines. 
About Harley-Davidson Motor Company
Since 1903, Harley-Davidson has stood for the timeless pursuit of adventure and delivered freedom for the soul with an expanding range of leading-edge, distinctive and customizable motorcycles in addition to riding experiences and exceptional motorcycle accessories, riding gear and apparel. Learn more at

New book on motorcycle travel and roadside motels

As most of us are stuck inside but with some travel restrictions easing up, I am attaching a link to my new book, Sleeping Around in America: Revisiting the Roadside Motel for your review. Just released from FriesenPress it may give something for your readers to look forward to.

CLICK HERE: nostaligic-motorcycle-travel-just

Andrew Beattie – The Motelorcyclist
author, speaker, founder
The Motelorcycle Chronicles


Story and Photos by ITN European Reporter Herve’ Rebollo

Salut à toi American rider,

In this confined Europe / France, if it’s still not possible to ride, at least we can talk / dream about this motorcycle world we love so much … Today, let me introduce to your knowledge an amazing young French artist, a future great, that I didn’t meet on the road but …on Instagram. And lucky me, after some emails, this pleasant young lady sent me her press kit and has accepted that I write some lines about her artwork.

Her name is Noémie MARMORAT, she is 26 years old and she is a product designer and artist in the motorcycle and automotive world. Passionate about drawing since she was very young, she studied applied arts to become a product designer. Noemie is from Macon – France, county of Burgundy (a city in east-central France, home to near 34,000 residents, who are referred to in French as Mâconnais. The city gave its name to the nearby vineyards and wine ‘appellation’).

It’s by becoming a designer that she became more interested in the world of cars and motorcycles. She comes from a biker family and she has always been passionate about this business.

When her twin brother got his first motorcycle, he asked her to draw him, it was a Kawasaki ninja 300. She has never drawn a motorcycle before.

Finding that the result was quite satisfying, she started drawing some motorcycles and cars for fun and posting them on social networks.

People started to follow her work and contact her to draw their motorcycles or cars. From that moment on, she combined my two greatest passions: motorcycling and drawing.

GASOLINE MAAB, under this nickname, which is meant to be both a feminine nickname and a reference to motor sports, hides a young woman with a good pencil stroke and an assertive style (MAAB for: Motorcycle/ Automotive/Aviation/Boat).

When she was little, she says, we all tried our hand at drawing timidly with pencil crayons or, more frankly, with felttip pens and coloured pencils.

And then there are those who have acted out that the drawing was not meant for them. She is one of those people who never really let go of the pencil.

In fact, unlike most people, she just kept drawing as she grew up, it developed her sense of observation.

Whatever the artistic environment in which one evolves, it seems important to her to develop one’s sensibility and one’s line with «classic»; manual tools while being aware of the possibilities offered by digital today.

«I draw every day and I see my line change, I still have a lot of things to learn, it’s endless and that’s probably what I like the most».

She mainly use promarkers and crayons. Recently the posca, to accentuate the light and give even more relief to certain parts/parts of the car and motorcycle.

Her style of drawing wants to be as close as possible to reality. Through observation and reflection, she was able to understand how light interacts with materials.

Her goal for each work is to make it difficult to discern between the drawing and the object.

Depending on the model, she spend between 10/20 hours on each drawing to bring them to life.

Today she makes the drawings on personal orders. Just send her a high definition picture of your car/motorcycle.

She plans to develop her business in the aviation and shipping sectors as well (Hence her artist name Gasoline MAAB – motorcycle/Automotive/ Aviation/boat).

«Triumph was the first brand I worked with, first Triumph Switzerland and then Triumph France. I have exhibited for Triumph on many events such as the inauguration of the triple RS treet at Triumph Elysée motor in Paris, also for the Best of British in Paris and with Triumph Switzerland at the Ace cafe Luzern”.

As a designer by profession, she worked for a few months in a company but she realized that she was missing the contact, the human adventures and the travels.

Since then, from magical encounters in heterogeneous places, she packs and unpacks her paintings every month (and sometimes more), and she enjoys this rich and nomadic life. She has many great joys, through the diversity of the places and the variety of people she meets.

Exhibition at Indian Motorcycle Paris Etoile with Indian France for a VIP evening in the presence of the brand’s greatest ambassadors.

What started as a family service quickly became a small business. Trained as a designer, Noémie now makes a living from her mechanical art.

Do you want a personalized artwork for your car or motorcycle ?

Are you looking for an original gift for a motorsport enthusiast ? For a birthday ? A sponsor ?

Send her your best photos in HQ and GASOLINE MAAB will take care of sublimating your work.  She allows you to touch your dreams or memories with your fingertips.

« What’s different enriches me », said a certain Saint Exupery. My pencil stroke is my most beautiful alibi to discover and invest places and meet you.

Fill up with gasoline !

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