Motorcycle raffle being held to help fight human trafficking

Image from the Epik Project (https://epikproject.org/survivorbikescout/)

STURGIS, S.D. — Indian Motorcycle Sturgis is teaming up with Ride My Road, a national collective of bikers raising funds to end human trafficking, to raffle off an Indian Motorcycle to raise funds for the nonprofit organization.

The motorcycle being raffled off is a Scout model, complete with a custom paint job, and is being known as the “Survivor Bike Scout”.

Raffle tickets are only $20 each. Organizers have set a fundraising goal of $60,000.

The motorcycle raffle will be held during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally on Friday, August 9th, at the Indian Motorcycle Sturgis store. You don’t have to be present to win.

Raffle tickets can be purchased now through August 9th at www.epikproject.org/survivorbikescout

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