Carey Hart’s a passionate guy. He loves motorcycles, his family, and our troops. For the past several years he’s been holding Good Rides at different motorcycle events around the country to raise money for military charities like the Infinite Hero Foundation. In 2018, he took it a step further with the Good Ride’s Tanks for Troops campaign. The fundraiser featured a unique collection of custom-painted Indian Motorcycle tanks created by a wide range of artists which were then auctioned off. The first Tanks for Troops event raised $30,000, a benchmark Hart hopes to eclipse with this year’s Tanks for Troops auction.

Tanks for Troops 2020 features 22 custom-painted Indian Motorcycle FTR 1200 tanks, the artwork featuring a wide range of themes, from Steve McQueen’s The Great Escape to tattoo-inspired designs to moto faves like skulls and Giger-esque bio-mechanics. The list includes many well-known names in the industry – Darren McKeag, Ryan Roadkill, Tag Gasperian, Zander of Lumpy’s Garage – and plenty more talented artists. Even Carey’s eight-year-old daughter Willow got in the action and spilled her imagination on one, too.

Bidding for the custom Indian Motorcycle tanks started today and runs through Thursday, January 16.  The 2020 Tanks for Troops auction closes on the 16th at 9 p.m. (PST). It is a silent auction open to everybody, so if you’re interested in bidding on a tank, just click here. All proceeds will benefit the Infinite Hero Foundation whose mission is to “combat the most difficult frontline issues – mental and physical – facing military heroes and their families.”