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Indian Motorcycle and Carey Hart take Good Ride to Stuttgart

Indian Motorcycle Takes Hart’s “Good Ride” Fund-Raising Platform Overseas as Part of Iconic American Brand’s Broader Efforts to Support Active U.S. Military & Veterans   Minneapolis, Minn., May 1—Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company founded in 1901, and freestyle motocross icon Carey Hart have partnered to take Hart’s Good Ride fund-raising platform overseas to active soldiers based at U.S. Army ...

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Good Ride’s Tanks for Troops 2018

Twenty-two tanks custom painted from some of the hottest talents in the tattoo and motorcycle painting industries were on display for guests to examine before placing their bids

Doing good while having fun Irvine, Calif., Jan. 25—Fox Racing Headquarters was the scene of an exclusive industry party hosted by Good Ride to launch their latest fundraising effort, Tanks for Troops. On display at the party were 22 Indian Motorcycle tanks custom painted by some of the biggest talents in the tattoo, paint, and pinstriping industries. The tanks, donated ...

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Carey Hart gets tattooed with ink from Indian Motorcycle

Motorcycles are in his blood. To prove it in grand fashion, self-described rebel and third-generation motorcycle rider, Carey Hart used a unique ink to permanently inscribe his son’s name on his neck. Indian Motorcycle has created the world’s first tattoo ink composed of the carbon from freestyle motocross icon Carey Hart’s modified Indian Scout. Artists and Co-Founder of Nocturnal Ink, ...

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Good Ride–Laughin

Good Ride—founded by professional Freestyle Motocross rider Carey Hart, is a v-twin, on road, charity motorcycle ride series with proceeds of each Good Ride location benefiting various charities and causes. Good Ride will take its inaugural ride in 2016 kicking off on Saturday, April 30 in Laughlin, Nevada with the ride series planning to make additional stops this year in ...

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