There is a recent trend of automakers taking to social media to introduce new cars to their fans, but that's about as interactive as car companies have gotten. The House of Harley-Davidson is using the social media concept and doing something 100 times cooler.
As a charity event for The Fisher House in Wisconsin, the House of Harley is giving fans the chance to completely decide how to build a custom Harley-Davidson Iron 883. Each Monday you can go to their blog and vote on the paint, the handlebars, the exhaust, the wheels, and everything else that goes into building a motorcycle. When the project is finished, the bike will be donated to The Fisher House, where they will raffle it off. The best way to keep up on the progress is with their Facebook and Twitter. This is not only a chance to experience the process of creating a motorcycle from scratch, but also the chance to help a good cause. The deadline is Feb. 25, so get to it!
[via House of Harley-Davidson]
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