A commemorative motorcycle built by famed builder Dar Holdsworth of Brass Balls Bobbers & Choppers, and honoring the U.S. NAVY, will be one of four custom bikes to be unveiled at C*A*M*M*O’s tribute to Rolling Thunder’s 25th anniversary on May 26, 2012, in Washington, D.C. Brass Balls’ bike joins three others built by internationally recognized bike builders to honor each branch of the military, including:
U.S. Marine Corps – built by Brigitte Bourget of Bourget’s Bike Works, who was the first one to sign on to the project,
U.S. Air Force – built by Billy Lane – U.S. Air Force Commemorative Motorcycle
U.S. Coast Guard – built by Mike “Kiwi” Tomas of Kiwi Indian Motorcycle Company, based on a 1945 Indian Chief that he hopes to ride to the event.
After the Rolling Thunder event, the bikes will be toured around the U.S. with the traveling “Wall that Heals,” at various military installations and events, Veteran Affairs locations, major motorcycle rallies, and potentially taken overseas to the troops.