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Jan 21, 2002

$202.50 Is The Highest Bid On 1999 Team Honda Autograph Helmet

Bidder "mjezek" came on strong Sunday, January 20 with four offers and currently holds the highest bid for this AGV helmet autographed by almost all of Honda's 1999 factory riders at $202.50. Bidders "rageco" and "thecreeping104" have been in the hunt from the start and have until Thursday, January 24 at approximately 6:11 p.m. Eastern Time to place a higher bid. For more information about the auction of this helmet to benefit the Roadracing World Air Fence Fund, look below for the original web posting, the pictures and the link that will take you directly to the auction.




1999 Team Honda Autograph Helmet On Auction Block For Air Fence Fund

Donated by an industry executive who wishes to remain anonymous, this one-of-a-kind AGV R3 helmet would be very difficult to reproduce.

This brand-new, never-worn AGV R3 helmet was taken to an appearance in 1999 where it was signed by most of the members of American Honda's race teams for that season. Autographs on the helmet include: Miguel Duhamel, Kurtis Roberts, Ezra Lusk, Kevin Windham, Mike Larocco, Johnny Campbell and Scott Summers.

All of the autographs were made in gold paint marker and stand out well on the solid white shell. The size-Medium helmet comes with its original clear shield, helmet bag and box.

"I hope this helps to raise money for the Air Fence Fund. Thank you for all that you have personally done to make it happen," wrote the
helmet's donor in a letter to Roadracing World Air Fence Fund founder John Ulrich.

All proceeds from the sale of this helmet will go to the Roadracing World Air Fence Fund. The Roadracing World Air Fence Fund was established to raise funds to purchase and deploy inflatable Air Fence and Air Module soft barriers to protect crashed riders from hitting walls and other hard objects at racetracks. Air Fence is a trademark of Airfence Safety Systems of Australia.

The auction is due to close at approximately 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time, January 24. More auctions of motorcycle racing memorabilia and collectibles to benefit the Roadracing World Air Fence Fund are scheduled to appear.

To go directly to the auction on eBay, click on the following link:

http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1064980241
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