Jawa To Auction Limited Edition Motorcycles For A Special Cause
These 10 special-edition motorcycles will get a tricolour livery on the fuel tank
- The proceeds from the auction will be used to fund the education of martyrs’ children.
- Buyers can bid for any chassis number from 1 to 100 via the Jawa website.
- Customers will get their names etched on the fuel cap.
- With the bike, customers will also get a ‘Service Package’ valid for 42 months.
Jawa is set to auction off 10 limited-edition bikes on March 29 in Mumbai for a noble cause. The earnings from the auction will be used to educate children of those martyred in the line of duty. Details about the auction or the special-edition bikes are still thin. But from what we know, the limited-edition motorcycles will feature a tricolour livery on the tank and have the customer’s name imprinted on the fuel cap. Customers will also get a copy of ‘The Forever Bike’, a book about the legacy of Jawa motorcycles.
Those interested can bid for any chassis number from 1 to 100 via a link on Jawa’s website. The winners of the auction will get exclusive access to Jawa’s promotional events as well as offers on Jawa merchandise. Also, as an added benefit, the owner will be entitled to a ‘Service Package’ that includes free service and is valid for 42 months.
The special edition bikes are based on the Jawa and the Forty Two. The Jawa website has mentioned that the reserve price for these bikes is Rs 2 lakh. So expect prospective customers to bid beyond that amount.
Since its revival last year, Jawa has been a hot topic amongst retro-bike enthusiasts. The company had recently announced that deliveries of the first batch of the Jawa and the Forty Two will begin this week. Deliveries of the second batch will begin from April onwards.