Clark Collins, founder of the BlueRibbon Coalition, invites attendees and exhibitors of the Dealer Expo to take part in the organization's seventh annual Breakfast of Champions fundraising event, scheduled to take place 7am February 20 at the Westin Hotel Capitol Ballroom in Indianapolis.
Motorcycle trips and memorabilia, including a Michael's Action Art vintage Malcolm Smith portrait, will be auctioned off at the event, and Malcolm Smith, Mert Lawwill and Bob (Hurricane) Hannah are scheduled to join filmmaker Gregg Godfrey to present clips from the films On Any Sunday, On Any Sunday II, Legacy and Children of a Metal God.
“Everyone remembers how On Any Sunday inspired an entire generation of motorcycle enthusiasts,” Collin said. “You won't want to miss this chance to hear Mert and Malcolm tell stories about riding with Steve McQueen and working on the movie.”
The BlueRibbon Coalition is a national recreation group that champions responsible use of public and private lands, and encourages individual environmental stewardship.
BRC represents over 10,000 individual members and 1,100 organization and business members, for a combined total of over 600,000 recreationists nationwide.
Motorcycle champions who've participated in past BRC Breakfast of Champions, and who may show up again this year, include Dick Burleson, Danny Laporte, Larry Roeseler, Jeff Emig, Scot Harden, Chuck Sun, Jimmy Lewis, John Penton, Drew Smith, Scott Summers, Jeff Fredette, Mike Bell, Dave Bertram, Guy Cooper, Marty Moates, Donnie Hanson, Steve Lamson and Ryan Young.
For more information about the BlueRibbon Coalition, call 800/258-3742 or visit www.sharetrails.org.
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