This page shows some of the recent fund-raising projects of our Chapter.
Congratulations to Paul Taylor of Saratoga Springs, NY -Winner of the 2014 Freedom Isn’t Free Motorcycle!
2014 Project bike - Freedom Isn’t Free. Funds dedicated to The Veterans Place in Northfield. Pleaseclick here to see the facts about the project.
Almost done - Just the wiring and some graphics to go!
The new fender!
In the beginning...
2013 Project: Gold Star Bikes Funds dedicated to the Vermont Fallen Families
Gold Star Parents with Green Mountain Harley-Davidson Owners David and Debbie Pearson at the Raffle-08SEP2013
Don of Milton is the proud owner of the Royal Blue Cafe Racer Sportster 1200XL Based on a 2005 XL1200C. Screaming Eagle High Output Cams, Supertrap 2>2 Exhaust, Performance Works Suspension, 6-Spoke Black Custom Wheels, Genuine H-D Headlamp Visor, Custom Fuel Tank, Powder Coated by Finish Solutions, Custom Paint by the St Albans Correctional Facility.
Shane of Plainfield is the proud owner of the Olive Drab highly customized Electra Glide Classic 1550 Based on a 2005 FLHTCi. Screaming Eagle Stage II Race Kit with 203 Cams, Compressor Heads, Cam Support Plate with High Volume Oil Pump, Metzler Tires, Vance & Hines True Dual Black Pipes, Legends Air Ride Suspension, Drag Specialties Black 13” Ape Hanger Handlebars, Arlen Ness Fork Sliders-Hot Legs & Foorboards, Paul Yaffi Front Fender “Chupa Wedgy”, Powder Coat from Finish Solutions, Custom Paint by the St Albans Correctional Facility, Performance Machine Wrath Contrast Cut 21” x 3.5, Boom Audio Hidden Antenna, HOG Tunes speakers, Bagger Nation Super Stretched Fender and Bags, Swoop Side Covers and Stretched 6-gal Tank.
These two motorcycles have been created to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of this nation during the Global War on Terror. Each has the Gold Star on their tank that appears on the Vermont license plate and 42 small gold stars representing Vermont’s fallen heroes since 9/11/2001.
These motorcycles were built by students of the Community High School of Vermont, working at Green Mountain Harley-Davidson and inmates at the Northwest VT Correctional Facility. The project was overseen by CVMA 26-2 member Dana Lesperance of Newport and the Master Mechanics at Green Mountain H-D. Although these people have made mistakes in their lives and it is nice to see them give back by building quality motorcycles for the Fallen Families.