Found July 19, 2012 on
With the football season coming up, what better way for a Ravens fan to support the purple and black than with this hog. This 2006 American Ironhorse “LSC” Lone Star Chopper was autographed by Ray Lewis himself. Obviously this is no where near as cool as Shaq’s tricked out van, but a customized Raven’s motorcycle signed by the murderer himself has to find a home somewhere.
The bike is listed on Cars-On-Line.com and doesn’t have a price listed. That’s right folks, this beauty is listed as a make your own offer! Why not throw this guy a low-ball offer and see if he bites? Can’t hurt. There are a few features listed on the site, but these stand-out items raise an eyebrow:
- The bike only has 2500 miles and is in mint condition
- The bike only has 10k miles
So from once sentence to the next, the bikes mileage jumped 7,500 miles? What gives? He goes on listing some other features that mean nothing to BC because we’re not motorcycle nerds. He also says “the bike gets compliments every time I take it out, after all I do live in Baltimore.” Something seems a bit off with this guy, but if you’re interested, shoot him and offer.
[Buy this autographed Ray Lewis motorcycle]
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