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Love College Ball? Show Spirit w/ Knievel Cycle

Friday, November 4, 2011
Love college football? Love it enough to ride around on a motorcycle sporting your team’s colors and logo? Then Knievel Custom Cycles LLC might just have the motorcycle for you.
 
Knievel Cycle Georgia Bulldogs
Show how much you love your team with an officially licensed college logoed custom motorcycle from Knievel Cycles.
Knievel Custom Cycles has landed a contract with Collegiate Licensing Company to “manufacture officially licensed logo motorcycles themed after colleges and universities in the U.S.” Kneivel claims it is the first motorcycle company officially licensed to make custom collegiate-logoed motorcycles. So far Auburn, the Florida Gators, Florida State, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana State University, the Hurricanes , South Carolina, Tennessee, and Wisconsin are on board with the project.


Knievel Cycles College Themed Motorcycles
                 How 'bout them 'Dawgs?
Knievel says it will allow purchasers to choose or design artwork of their choice and customize the layout of their Legend motorcycle. Knievel has production bobbers, Springers, Softails, Pro-Street and choppers to select from (bikes range in price from $19,500 to $26,500). They get to pick an engine and drivetrain as well. Other upgrades are offered, for an additional fee of course. After that, it’s time to pick a color for the frame and sheet metal before working on the layout and design of team logos. Estimated production time is 90 days.

Our local team, the Oregon Ducks, already parade their mascot out on game day on the back of a Harley-Davidson. Maybe now U of O will spring for a customized chopper for the Duck. Knowing the crazy crowd-surfing Duck, he’ll come out riding a wheelie onto the turf at Autzen Stadium. I’ll take mine in green and yellow. Go Ducks!
Post Tags: Knievel Custom Cycles, College-themed motorcycles, college football, Collegiate Licensing Company
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