By Glen Richardson
Glendale’s Roy Martin, Daughter Nikki Vie In Motorcycling’s First Daughters of Custom Build-Off
As women shift gears in motorcycle culture and Father’s Day approaches, the daughter of Glendale’s Police Lieutenant Roy Martin is roaring to the front nationally along with her proud dad.
Nikki Martin and her dad are competing this month in the first ever Daughters of Custom Build-Off in Austin, Texas, June 7-9th. Continue reading
Lieutenant Rebuilds The Warrior Motorcycle For Veterans Warrior Voices Charity
by Kurt Woock, Writer for and on behalf of the City of Glendale
Martin took a beat up 1979 Ironhead Sportster and rebuilt it from the ground up. To reflect the people this bike would represent, Martin added such details as gas cap made out of an old grenade and a taillight out of a solid brass microphone.
Today, Martin is the Support Services Division Commander for the Glendale Police Department. The Glendale Police Department is split into two spheres.
BY KENT ERDAHL, FOX, Denver, CO
DENVER, CO — Roy Martin has been building motorcycles for 22 years and he recently took on a special charity raffle bike with a patriotic twist.
The bike is more than a tribute to that sacrifice. It’s also a donation that could help veterans in return. It will soon be auctioned off with the proceeds going to Warrior Voices, which helps veterans launch new careers as voiceover professionals. Continue reading