Riding a modified 2012 Zero S, Terry Hershner, an electric motorcycle advocate, logged 3,500 miles in only six days of riding. Beginning his trip in Florida, Hershner garnered 1,000 miles before heading west. Four days and 2,500 miles later he arrived in west Texas. To make the trip in such short time Hershner modified his Zero […]
Win A One-Off Victory Cross Country Customized By Arlen & Cory Ness
For 11 years the National Motorcycle Museum has offered the chance to win a motorcycle by making a charitable donation to the non-profit fundraiser. This year the prize is a one-off Victory Cross Country customized by none other than Arlen and Cory Ness.
More than $10,000 in Ness custom parts and paint were used in the creation of the bike raising the grand total retail value to nearly $30k! It takes only a few minutes to donate to win on the National Motorcycle Museum website, and you could be the lucky person riding this Ness-customized Victory Cross Country into the new year.
“We are honored to support the National Motorcycle Museum,” says Cory Ness. ”The Museum is a great example of pure passion for motorcycles. We hope our customized 2013 Victory Cross Country will be the most successful fundraiser motorcycle the Museum has had. We started with the best bagger in the country, added a one of a kind custom paint job and then loaded it up with Ness accessories from front to back. I’m really happy with the how the bike ended up – and the winner will get a great ride.”
The event is the Museum’s biggest annual fundraiser and ensures that the National Motorcycle Museum can continue to create new exhibits and present exciting stories of American motorcycling. For more information check out www.nationalmcmuseum.org.