A manufacturing class at Howell High School in Howell, Michigan has been putting the finishing touches on a pink motorbike to promote breast cancer awareness
The bike has been constructed by the students from parts they designed and constructed themselves, reports LivingstonDaily.com
The students, who have seen this project through from when the plans were first drawn up, have access to state of the art equipment that has allowed them to take on such a task.
The bike project, which began a year ago, should be complete by this summer.
Once finished the plan is to show off the bike to raise awareness about the disease and gather interest in the project.
According to the students' teacher, Laszlo Szalay, they are going to raffle the bike off and donate the money for breast cancer research.
"We all have been touched by breast cancer in some way," Szalay told the news source.
Another great way to support breast cancer awareness and research is by taking part in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk for the Cure
, which is held in several cities across the United States.