LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- UK Wildcats fans have the opportunity to bid on a one-of-a-kind piece of motorcycle history -- and raise money for charitable organizations at the same time.
According to a news release from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana, a custom motorcycle -- signed by UK head basketball coach John Calipari, members of the 2012 National Championship team and other UK legends -- is going up for auction.
The custom 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 900C has been donated by two brothers, Tom Slone of Dallas and Don Slone of Clarksville, Indiana, who hope that the bike will raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters and the American Heart Association.
The motorcycle is currently at the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana office and can be viewed upon request.
The online auction runs from now until 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29 at www.TheBigMasquerade.com.
John Calipari: Current Head Coach for the Kentucky Wildcats
Orlando Antigua: Current Head Coach for the University of South Florida
Brandon Weems: Current Scout for Cleveland Cavaliers
Julius Randle: #30 Currently playing for the Los Angeles Lakers
Terrence Jones: #3 Currently playing for the New Orleans Pelicans
Anthony Davis: #23 Currently playing for the New Orleans Pelicans
Darius Miller: #1 Currently playing for Brose Bamberg of the Basketball Bundesliga
Marquis Teague: #25 Currently playing for Ironi Nahariya of the Israeli Basketball Prermier League
Eloy Vargas: #30 Currently playing for San Carlos
Josh Harrellson: #55 Currently playing for Csaka Evessa of the Japanese B. League
Brandon Knight: #12 Currently playing for the Phoenix Suns
DeAndre Liggins: #34 Currently playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers
Stacey Poole: #2 Most recently played for Georgia Tech. Graduated in 2015
Patrick Patterson: #54 Currently playing for the Toronto Raptors
Perry Stevenson: #21
Jodie Meeks: #23
Cameron Mills: #21 Played on the 1998 Championship Team against Utah in San Antonio
Tony Delk: #0 Played for seven NBA teams over 10 seasons after UK
Derrick Miller: #4 In 1986, was chosen Parade All-American
James Lee: #32 Played on the 1978 National Championship Team against the Duke Blue Devils.
Rock Robey: #53 Played on the 1978 National Championship Team against the Duke Blue Devils
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