Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Motorcycle designed by Wayne Rooney


Back in 2012, Manchester United star Wayne Rooney teamed up with exquisite Danish bike builder Lauge Jensen for a custom project to be auctioned for charity. This unique machine went under the hammer at Bonhams and fetched a hefty $66,000 (more than €50,000), with all the proceeds being donated to KidsAid, a Danish foundation helping ill children.
Back in 2012, Manchester United star Wayne Rooney teamed up with exquisite Danish bike builder Lauge Jensen for a custom project to be auctioned for charity. This unique machine went under the hammer at Bonhams and fetched a hefty $66,000 (more than €50,000), with all the proceeds being donated to KidsAid, a Danish foundation helping ill children. Designed by Wayne Rooney, the Lauge Jensen bike has a truly unique feature we just don't stumble upon very often. An autographed “No 10” football shirt has been mounted on the fuel tank and the lacquer-sealed in place. Other nifty custom additions are the airbrushed rear fender depicting Wayne after his “Best Goal” of the season, autograph-embroidered seat and a special WR 10 shifter rod with 21 black diamonds and a white one. 09 more images after the break...

Back in 2012, Manchester United star Wayne Rooney teamed up with exquisite Danish bike builder Lauge Jensen for a custom project to be auctioned for charity. This unique machine went under the hammer at Bonhams and fetched a hefty $66,000 (more than €50,000), with all the proceeds being donated to KidsAid, a Danish foundation helping ill children.

Back in 2012, Manchester United star Wayne Rooney teamed up with exquisite Danish bike builder Lauge Jensen for a custom project to be auctioned for charity. This unique machine went under the hammer at Bonhams and fetched a hefty $66,000 (more than €50,000), with all the proceeds being donated to KidsAid, a Danish foundation helping ill children.

Back in 2012, Manchester United star Wayne Rooney teamed up with exquisite Danish bike builder Lauge Jensen for a custom project to be auctioned for charity. This unique machine went under the hammer at Bonhams and fetched a hefty $66,000 (more than €50,000), with all the proceeds being donated to KidsAid, a Danish foundation helping ill children.

Back in 2012, Manchester United star Wayne Rooney teamed up with exquisite Danish bike builder Lauge Jensen for a custom project to be auctioned for charity. This unique machine went under the hammer at Bonhams and fetched a hefty $66,000 (more than €50,000), with all the proceeds being donated to KidsAid, a Danish foundation helping ill children.

Back in 2012, Manchester United star Wayne Rooney teamed up with exquisite Danish bike builder Lauge Jensen for a custom project to be auctioned for charity. This unique machine went under the hammer at Bonhams and fetched a hefty $66,000 (more than €50,000), with all the proceeds being donated to KidsAid, a Danish foundation helping ill children.

Back in 2012, Manchester United star Wayne Rooney teamed up with exquisite Danish bike builder Lauge Jensen for a custom project to be auctioned for charity. This unique machine went under the hammer at Bonhams and fetched a hefty $66,000 (more than €50,000), with all the proceeds being donated to KidsAid, a Danish foundation helping ill children.

Back in 2012, Manchester United star Wayne Rooney teamed up with exquisite Danish bike builder Lauge Jensen for a custom project to be auctioned for charity. This unique machine went under the hammer at Bonhams and fetched a hefty $66,000 (more than €50,000), with all the proceeds being donated to KidsAid, a Danish foundation helping ill children.

Inspiration: Rooney celebrates after scoring his spectacular overhead-kick in February 2011
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Inspiration: Rooney celebrates after scoring his spectacular overhead-kick in February 2011
Back in 2012, Manchester United star Wayne Rooney teamed up with exquisite Danish bike builder Lauge Jensen for a custom project to be auctioned for charity. This unique machine went under the hammer at Bonhams and fetched a hefty $66,000 (more than €50,000), with all the proceeds being donated to KidsAid, a Danish foundation helping ill children.

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