With the tank, side panels and fenders underway at Ogawa Designs, master technicians David Reed and Edgar Johns began rebuilding the Raider with custom pipes from Tejas Thump Cycles, additional bright work from MecLec Chrome, and a mean custom seat from Rocky's - in Kings purple, naturally. Last up was a unique set of 21-inch front, 18-inch rear billet-aluminum Sinister wheels featuring CNC-machined crowns, the Kings' official emblem. The rear wheel carries an enormous 230mm tire for a look as muscular as the team's goalie. When Riley stated that the Ice Bike was constructed in a highly compressed timeframe, he wasn't kidding. After an intense month of work, the reformed Raider arrived at the Kings Arena for its public debut just 45 minutes ahead of schedule. And then Ice Bike fever began to build. With exposure at four Kings games and publicity on area television news networks, it quickly became the most anticipated item of the Tip-A-King Fundraise. But this wasn't just an ordinary auction. Held at Universal Studios Hollywood after hours, the event featured rides and attractions hosted by Kings players available for conversation and autographs. Anyone could attend, and the $85 entry fee was also earmarked for charity. After the conclusion of a silent auction for L.A. Kings collectibles, the Ice King took center stage - in fact, none other than an actual stage used for the TV show Fear Factor.