Are you feeling rich and generous? Maybe Movember wasn't your thing, or you didn't get your fill at Children in Need, and you're determined to do a good deed at Christmas. Here is your chance.
The bike, a Harley 2010 FXDF Dyna Fat Bob (what a brilliant name), valued at over £20,000, is the only one of its kind in Europe, and has been donated for auction by Harley Davidson with support from James Caan and his private equity firm Hamilton Bradshaw.
Harley's are awesome, and this one is to be sold to the highest bidder via the online and live auction that is due to take place at the Movers & Shakers (property networking forum) annual dinner on 7th December.
The auction is in aid of Landaid, the property industry's charity, which raises money to help the young and disadvantaged access the facilities, skills, and opportunities to achieve their potential and thrive within their local community.
A good cause, a great bike . . . what are you waiting for (apart from an epic Christmas bonus)?
If you have a massive heart, and an even bigger bank account, you can make a bid here.
However, if you, like me, feel faint at the thought of parting with such vast sums of money, check out our 10 presents for under a tenner. It may not be charitable, but damn it's cheap!Back to News