While motorcycles are near and dear to our hearts, we also have the utmost sympathy for anyone who has been or knows someone affected by cancer. All of us at GT-Moto have been deeply affected by this disease, and we know how hard it is ⎯ not just to be the one fighting cancer, but also to watch your loved one go through that fight. 

Every year, GT-Moto does a raffle build to support the cause, and we donate a portion of our profits to organizations that support cancer research and patient care. 

GT-MotoLady 2016 Build for St. Jude's

GT-Moto and The MotoLady are teaming up to rebuild and raffle off a 2013 MV Agusta Brutale 800 to support St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.

St. Jude's is a well-known and well-loved organization where researchers work relentlessly to find treatments that benefit cancer patients everywhere, and patients' families are never sent a bill -  not for food, housing, or transportation. 

To support this very deserving organization (and get a shot at winning that Agusta!), you can purchase a raffle ticket at the following links: if you are using PayPal, please be sure to include your Name, Email, and Address so we have a way to contact you after the drawing!

We'll post updates about the build on this page, and you can also stay in touch on Instagram or Facebook!

Special thanks to Woody's!

First part of many for the bottom of the tank

i work out

Off to powder coat!

that frame was a B****

Cutting off some tabs that we no longer needed

Like father like daughter!

Got it as close as we could to show at Barber


Taking it to Retro Moto to build a custom take! At this point we already swapped out the wheels for the Dragster Spoke wheels and the awesome Conti Tyres!

coming along!

Junior and I pretending like we know what we are doing

Starting the fuel pump mount for the custom tank

mocking it up!

And this is how it starts

Still so much more work to do 

Cafe for a Cause 2015: Bethany's Build

Bethany and Dylan Hoey are dear friends of the GT-Moto crew, and we were deeply saddened to hear about Bethany’s cancer diagnosis. Last year, we worked with Third Shift Motorcycles and Lux Machine, Inc. to build and raffle off a 1969 Honda CB350 cafe racer to help pay for her medical builds, and to support her family as they go through this hard time. 

Even thought the raffle is over, please continue to share and read more about Bethany's story and the build, check out her blog and the videos below!