Does your Sporster need an hand grenade? Well, if you are building a military themed charity bike for Warrior Voices like Roy Martin of Roy’s Toys, then yes you do.
About the Sportster & the Hand Grenade – Life started out as a basket case for this little Sporty but with a lot of love and outstanding design, it has become an awarding winning sled. It took 1st place in the Retro Class at the J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Dallas in 2017. The video is from a set done by InkSpired Magazine.
The 411 on Warrior Voices
Warrior Voices aims to provide instruction and equipment, at no charge to our Nations veterans. By employing a philosophy that promotes a safe learning and working environment, Warrior Voices has built it’s foundation on the pillars of,Self-awareness, Self-regulation, Empathy and Compassion.
The ultimate mission of Warrior Voices’ leadership is to provide value to its students, employees and volunteers; by inspiring our team to dream bigger and accomplish more. To challenge the status quo, not only in the industry, but in business and in life. Because of our core values, our students, our Nations veterans are better equipped, confident and qualified to succeed, not only in an industry, but in life.
Warrior Voices Ltd will make every reasonable effort to employ our Nations veterans first, as they are our greatest asset. Warrior Voices ia a 501c3 Non Profit Organization.
[caption id="attachment_394" align="aligncenter" width="920"] The goal is to train veterans in the area of voice acting and voice over services.
About Roy Martin
Roy was born and raised in Denver, CO. Being a self-taught welder, fabricator with over 35 years in the custom car scene, and 20 years building custom motorcycles. Right out of high school, Roy started working at a local machine shop, West Electronic Balancing. His job was balancing the internal engine parts, crankshafts, connecting rods and pistons for many race influenced engine builders.