Apr 16, 2008
Hot Shoe Moto Art, started in May 2007 by former AFM racer Mark Kully, is on the gas again this time donating art to help some really good charities.
Hot Shoe Moto Art helped raise money for fellow injured rider Blake Herod, at an event put on by the Mojotown Project December 22, 2007, and helped generate $45,000 for Speedway Children's Charities and the AFM Air Fence Fund, during a March 31 3J's Track Days event at Infineon Raceway. These are two of my favorite charities: helping kids and keeping my fellow racing brothers and sisters safe.
Now I would like to donate one of my limited-edition Kevin Schwantz watercolor prints, #2 of 34, to the Roadracing World Action Fund, another really great cause.
And in May at the AMA Superbike weekend at Infineon Raceway look for some of my art on display at their art show and silent auction.
Thank you for helping out these worthy charities I care about.
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