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YOUR PURCHASE WILL CONTRIBUTE TO OUR CHARITABLE DONATIONS THIS YEAR
William Wood Watches have partnered up with Saltire Motorcycle, part of Indian Motorcycle Group to create the world's first one of a kind custom motorbike made from upcycled firefighting materials. This model 1 of 1 bike has been meticulously designed in collaboration between both teams and we are very excited to reveal our masterpiece. The bike will be auctioned off through a fundraiser in September where anyone who purchases a ticket can have a chance to win. All profits raised above the cost of the building the motorbike will be donated to The Fire Fighters Charity in the UK supporting firefighters and their families.
Not only with the winner of he fundraiser win this beautiful one of a kind WWW x Saltire custom motorbike, but they will also be give free motorbike lessons at Saltire's workshop in Edinburgh along with their theory and practical motorbike examination included.
We will be releasing 300 tickets priced at £100 each. Yes, thats right, you have a 1 in 300 chance of winning this incredible machine. You can purchase up to 10 tickets per person and the winner will be announced in September on both the William Wood Watches and Saltire Motorcycles Instagram live at their workshop in Edinburgh.
This incredible motorbike uses brand new customised Indian Motorcycle Scout model. The bike is finished in a deep fire engine red colour with a 24 carrot gold foil detailing inspired by a vintage British fire engine. The handle bars are made from the wooden rungs of a firefighter ladder and the seat and grips are made from genuine upcycled British fire hose. At the end of the handle bars are our iconic William Wood Watches brass coins from the back of our Chivalrous Collection range, made from an original 1920's British brass firefighters helmet. When sat on the bike and you look down at the gas tank and you can see the inner workings of the back of our Triumph Collection with the glass caseback displaying 'In case of fire break glass'. Where the speedometer is located the new owner of the bike will be able to remove their Valiant Watch from their wrist and clip it into their motorbike. I mean you can't get much cooler than this!