Crystal Harley Davidson
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Robert Steele - Web Designer
Five years ago we started a project that we never dreamed would grow. We self-funded a project (Hobby) building the Air Force Tribute Bike called The Chief. This bike was built in memory of my father who had recently passed away. He was a retired Air Force Chief. We were traveling all over the state of Florida putting the bike on display for free to honor all that have and still are serving our great nation. This bike became so popular (Maybe because it was featured in the 2018 edition of American Iron Salute) that we had to build a second bike, The Army Tribute Bike. The Army Bike was named Sargent Major and was built to fulfil the demand of multiple venues at the same time. We also had to buy a new truck and trailer to transport them. We then built the third bike, The Navy Tribute Bike named Top Gun. The Army Bike is also referred to as the 911 Tribute Bike. And the Navy Bike is also referred to as the Ranger Tribute Bike (Vietnam era). We were able to accomplish all this with help from our many friends and sponsors listed on this site.
We display the bikes at many events honoring the military and for Military holidays for free.
The Navy Bike Top Gun will be on display at Crystal Harley Davidson
The Army Bike will be on display at Plaza CDJR of Inverness on State Rd 44
The Air Force Bike will be at Crystal Harley Davidson
For Daytona Biketober Fest, The Navy Bike Top Gun will be at Corbin in Ormond Beach
The Air Force Bike The Chief will be at the Show at Black Diamond presented by the Rotary Club.
The Air Force Bike will be at Plaza CDJR for Veterans appreciation week and for Veterans Day the Navy and Army Bike will be at the Inverness depot. The Tribute Bike trailer will be in the Veterans Day Parade.