Yippee-ki-yay! Bruce Willis donates bikes, including '62 Cushman Eagle, for charity

Publish Date: 
Feb 6, 2013

AUSTIN, Texas - Actor Bruce Willis has donated five motorcycles from his garage for an online auction to benefit veterans and wounded combat troops through the Boot Campaign, a national 501C-3 nonprofit military appreciation and support campaign based in Texas.

The first motorcycle, a 2005 Ducati 1000DS, was auctioned for $6,250 in December. This week, the second bike from Willis' donated collection, a 1988 Yamaha TW, will go on auction. 

Born on a military base in Germany, Willis has a longstanding commitment to supporting U.S. Forces.

"I wanted to use my bikes in a way that would benefit our military service members, and I am thankful to have found the Boot Campaign as the catalyst for using my bikes in a way that will give back to our country's true heroes," he said. "These bikes have been a lot of fun to ride, and my hope is they can do a lot of good for our veterans."

The bikes will be released for auction every two months, with the final charity auction in August. To place a bid on Bruce Willis' 1988 Yamaha TW, visit: http://bit.ly/BruceBike2

Motorcycles still to be auctioned for the Boot Campaign are:

  • 1962 Cushman Eagle
  • 
1972 Harley Davidson Ironhead Sportster XLH

  • 1988 Yamaha TW

  • 1991 Yamaha XT 350

 
Posted by Holly Wagner