The Seminole Hard Rock Roadhouse’s Biker Fusion party is sure to be the hottest event in Daytona during Bike Week 2010. The event will be held on Thursday, March 4 and will benefit Soldiers’ Angels, an organization committed to increasing the morale of deployed troops, assisting in getting soldiers home safe and healthy and comforting soldiers wounded in action.
The Seminole Hard Rock Roadhouse and motorcycle industry elite have once again teamed up for the third installment of Biker Fusion. Last year’s event raised more than $24,000 to provide backpack care packages for Black Hawk Medevac Units. An opportunity for enthusiasts to rub elbows with motorcycle builders and industry elite, this year’s event will consist of a live auction, bikini contest, a number of great bikes from an impressive line-up of builders, and an opportunity to give back to those who are serving us overseas.
A special highlight of the night’s festivities this year will include a presentation of the Lefty Brothers Special Ops Sidehack built specifically for wounded Special Ops veteran, Romy. The Post 911 Foundation and biker community assisted in raising money to build the Sidehack and the Special Forces Motorcycle Club will be in attendance to support fellow comrade, Romy and award him the custom-built ride. Bike builders Bryan Fuller of Fuller Hot Rods, Paul Wideman of Bare Knuckles Choppers and Izzy of Left Brothers will also be featuring bikes throughout the week at Seminole Hard Rock Roadhouse.
Exceptional motorcycle builders along with key media figures and motorcycle icons will be making appearances to chat with guests and show their support for our troops. The Biker Fusion event is by invitation only but the general public can buy entrance for just $50, which will benefit Soldier’s Angels. The Third Annual Biker Fusion Event is sure to be a good time with a purpose.