Wild Fire Harley-Davidson will be home for the team race bike over the next week and a half. Chicago area racing fans can walk in, see what a spec XR1200 race bike is all about, and grab a free poster. Fans can also help the Make-A-Wish Foundation with donations there; 100% of all contributions go to the charity. The bike displayed is the one Signorelli used to finish 8th at the final AMA Pro round at New Jersey Motorsports Park over the Labor Day Weekend. The Kuryakyn Racing for a Wish Team finished off the season with their best result of what turned out to be a very challenging year.
Gerry “Sigs” Signorelli, the Racing for a Wish Team, and Kuryakyn can be found on Twitter and Facebook.
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Kuryakyn produces high quality motorcycle parts and accessories. Their staff is comprised of hard-working motorcycle enthusiasts and riders who share a passion in creating daring products. More information and catalogues can be found at www.kuryakyn.com.
Racing for a Wish markets sponsors’ brands in the thrilling world of motorsports. Racing for a Wish is a motorcycle road racing program that benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation as it supports Gerry Signorelli’s development towards becoming an internationally competitive racer. In 2011, the Racing for a Wish Team is working to fund the granting of a wish for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in its entirety. With the average wish costing around five thousand dollars, the team will stay motivated to continue raising money.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants wishes to children under the age of eighteen with life threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy. Along with a financial contribution, Racing for a Wish reaches out to communities to raise awareness of the charity’s great cause.
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