A Harley Davidson motorbike that was up for charity at the Susan G. Komen Foundation for breast cancer was stolen months ago, subsequently found and now has been returned for restoration. The bike has a new name and a chance to finally raise money in support of breast cancer awareness
, according to WKYT News.
The bike, initially named "Pink Lady," was stolen last year before it had the chance to be auctioned.
Police found "Pink Lady" in a drug bust in Louisville.
"When we actually saw it, it was a great feeling. Our hearts jumped back up, but then, when you saw the damage that was done to the bike, it was another tear in your heart," Shane Richmond, of Wildcat Harley Davidson, told the news source.
However, Richmond likens the motorbike's voyage to the courage of breast cancer survivors. Incidentally, "Pink Lady" will be renamed "Survivor."
Last month, Bartel's Harley-Davidson in Marina del Rey, California, raised more than $3,000 for breast cancer research, according to UCLABruins.com. Many events are held throughout the country in support of breast cancer awareness.