Actor Ryan Hurst Giving Away His Custom Motorcycle To Raise Money For Animal Welfare

WWJ News
February 05, 2020 - 5:23 pm
Ryan Hurst giving away motorcycle

Photo Courtesy of Ryan Hurst (@rambodonkeykong)

DETROIT (WWJ) - A Hollywood star will be giving away his Detroit-built motorcycle as part of an effort to raise money to help animals.

Actor Ryan Hurst — known for his roles as Gerry Bertier in "Remember the Titans," Opie on the FX series “Sons of Anarchy” and Beta on AMC’s “The Walking Dead” — will hand over his Custom Road King to a fan in Detroit later this year.

Ryan Hurst
Ryan Hurst at Comic Con 2019 on July 19, 2019 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for AMC)
"It’s now 2020 which means it’s time to go big or go home! I’m determined to save as many animals as I can this year!" Hurst wrote in an Instagram post, accompanying a photo of the bike,

"Most people would be surprised to know that he really donates a lot of time, in his free time, with one of the charities that's involved in this call K9 Youth Alliance out of Los Angeles, and he's one of their trainers," Hurst's agent, Ben Burchatoo told WWJ's Michael Cohen.

"He loves animals, and this for him was something where he can make a big difference and also give something to the fans that's really more than just an autograph or a picture." 

Instead of an auction they decided on a giveaway.

Hurst will choose the lucky winner at the end of this summer, and personally present and autograph the motorcycle at MotorCity Harley-Davidson in Detroit, where it was custom-built.

People can enter their contact information for a free campaign entry, or donate at different giving levels for a better chance at winning. The more you give, the more entries you get for the campaign. The contest is limited to U.S. residents 18 years and older. 

Campaign proceeds will be divided evenly between the ASPCA, Almost Home Animal Rescue and K9 Youth Alliance.

To enter and/or contribute to the campaign VISIT THIS LINK.