Imagine blasting backroads and cruising city streets on a one-of-a-kind café racer inspired by the four-cylinder Honda CR750 that the great Dick Mann rode to victory in the 1970 Daytona 200. Thanks to the talents of Jason Paul Michaels, his team at Standard Motorcycle Co., and American Honda, one lucky winner will get to live this experience while helping to find a cure for the deadliest childhood cancer.

This year's project bike is a CB1100 donated by American Honda and customized by Michaels as a street-legal homage to Mann's iconic race winner. The video provides a first look at the completed bike and some of the families who will be helped by financial support for this program.

Dedicated to children and teens with brain tumors, the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is on a mission to care for families along their entire journey, find a cure, and help survivors thrive.

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Jason Paul Michaels and his team at Standard Motorcycle Co. stepped up for a cause and delivered this one-of-a-kind café racer.Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

Each year, some 4,600 children are diagnosed with a brain or central nervous system tumor, the leading cause of cancer-related death in children. By entering the Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project Bike drawing, you will help fund lifesaving research and family support programs for these children.

"The opportunity to work with PBTF, Honda, Cycle World, and all our other partners for such a good cause has been one of the most humbling experiences we've had to date as a team," says Michaels. "The crew at Standard Motorcycle Co. shifted into high gear, came together as a team, and made this a reality. I couldn't be more stoked to unveil it to potential drawing winners across the country but, most importantly, the kids."

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The CB1100 replicates the café racer that Dick Mann rode to victory in the 1970 Daytona 200.Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

Purchase tickets at rideforkids.org/projectbike for a chance to take this bike home. The name of the winner will be drawn at AIMExpo on September 21-24 in Columbus, Ohio.

More Photos of the Ride For Kids/ Cycle World Project Bike Below:

Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project Bike, Cafe Racer, Custom motorcycle
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project BikePediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project Bike, Cafe Racer, Custom motorcycle
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project BikePediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project Bike, Cafe Racer, Custom motorcycle
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project BikePediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project Bike, Cafe Racer, Custom motorcycle
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project BikePediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project Bike, Cafe Racer, Custom motorcycle
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project BikePediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project Bike, Cafe Racer, Custom motorcycle
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project BikePediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project Bike, Cafe Racer, Custom motorcycle
Ride for Kids/Cycle World Project BikePediatric Brain Tumor Foundation