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Motorcyclists chip in to help Australia wildfires relief

Jan 15, 2020

Celebrities ranging from singer Pink to Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton (each of whom pledged half a million dollars) are contributing to the effort to fight the apocalyptic wildfires in Australia. Motorcyclists are trying to help, too.

Sydney native Dare Jennings, founder of the Deus Ex Machina stores that combine fashion, surfing and custom motorcycles, is raffling off his personal vintage Triumph to raise money for the firefighting effort. He says all the money raised will be split among the Australia Red Cross, Save The Animals and Rural Fire Service. You can get a chance to win Jennings' bike by making at least a $50 donation via PayPal.

What bike is it, exactly? It's a 1977 Triumph T140V that got an engine rebuild several years ago and a full rejuvenation of its appearance a few years after that. At that time, it was the bike Jennings rode when he was in the United States at the company's Southern California store, but he had the bike shipped back to Australia so he could ride it more often.

Meanwhile, Australian MotoGP racer Jack Miller auctioned off his 2018 helmet and raised $18,000 AUS.

Australia's last MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner posted on Instagram that he plans to auction off a race suit to raise funds, but hasn't posted the details yet.

Two-time Dakar winner Toby Price is auctioning off the pants and jersey he wore to start the 2020 Dakar Rally this month. That auction remains open until January 18 and bids can be placed on his Instagram or Facebook pages.

"Unfortunately back home in Australia, the firefighters are dealing a much bigger challenge than what I'm going to be facing for the next 12 days," Price said in this video, recorded the day before the start of the rally. "If I can help them any way I can, I'm all for it."

Seen any other motorcyclists making efforts that we've not listed here? Add them in the comments below.