Belinda’s
1984 Honda VF500C

Donated to KNKX

KNKX Car Donation Review

I couldn’t keep up with the care that Hope needed. She’s been waiting patiently in my garage, hoping for a new home and a new friend.”

Her name is “Hope”! I bought her from my friends, Amanda and Gabe, who owned Hope for many years. Gabe took amazing care of this bike, and Amanda learned how to ride on her. Then Hope came into my life when I was going through a really tough time, with lots of health issues. I was pretty broken and sad, but I learned how to ride on this bike, and Hope carried me through! Years went by, life changed, and I couldn’t keep up with the care that Hope needed. She’s been waiting patiently in my garage, hoping for a new home and a new friend. Someone new to share Hope with. Maybe that’s you! 🙂

Thank You, Belinda!

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