GEORGE LYNCH Selling 'Wicked Sensation' Motorcycle

Legendary guitarist George Lynch (T&N, DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB) is selling his 1990 Harley-Davidson Softail bike via eBay.

In a posting on the auction page, Lynch writes: "Wow, I can hardly believe that I'm parting with this... but I guess the time has come. I've decided to sell one of my Harleys!

"This bike is a BIG part of my personal & professional life and career. What I'm selling is my 1990 Harley Heritage Softail... THE 'Wicked Sensation' bike!! THE bike on the artwork of the inside CD jacket from the 'Wicked Sensation' CD [from LYNCH MOB] and also my bike from the 'River Of Love' video that I purchased new in Arizona back in 1990. I am the only owner/rider of this VERY comfortable ride... but YOU COULD BE NEXT!!

"This is such a great bike and has been a BIG part of my life, but I do have a newer Harley Dresser that I ride a lot more so instead of this Heritage just sitting and not being ridden, I wanted to auction it off to a lucky fan... or just someone that's looking for a really cool and comfortable ride. Very dependable, great looks and ride.... all info, photos and specs are posted on this eBay posting. It has a very affordable minimum reserve as well as a buy now set price.

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"I want to close with this..... Part of the proceeds from this sale will go to the Pulmonary Hypertention Association charity. Pulmonary Hypertention is a terrible medical condition that sadly ended the life of a young fan and niece of one of my friends. Alexandria Beeson (photo here) was only 23 years old when she passed away April 17, 2012. So keep this in mind please... that you're not just buyin' a bike... but helping a very worthy charity!! Bid high and bid often, please."


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