Quack, Quack--Duck Derby has Vintge Bike!

The prize for the “Last Duck Standing” in the Child Advocacy Center Duck Derby is a bicycle from Smoopy’s Vintage Bicycles! 

Andrew Logan of Smoopy’s Vintage Bicycles is building the vintage custom bike.  Clint Brown of Hendersonville is donating the 1970’s Western Flyer frame.  To build the bike, Logan is starting with a standard muscle bike with a banana seat bike frame.  He is going to make it into a 1970’s chopper style bike by fabricating the fork and other details to make it a one of a kind vintage custom bike.  It will have big handlebars, a high loop sissy bar, custom metal flake paint, and custom fabrication touches. 

Building the bicycle for the “Last Duck Standing” will be a team effort.  George Williams of Visual Edge will assist with the design process and the metallic yellow paint.  Chad Burks from Burk’s Upholstry will create the 1970’s style custom banana seat.  Terry Nicodemous of Nick’s Powdercoating will handle the wheels and small bicycle parts.  Andrew Logan will use the resources of Smoopy’s Vintage Bicycles to build the custom bicycle. 

Proceeds from the Duck Derby will fund child abuse services for Rutherford and Cannon County children and the “Darkness to Light” trainings that educate adults about how to protect children from child sexual abuse.  In the last 14 years, the Child Advocacy Center has assisted over 13,500 individuals and trained over 2,000 adults how to protect children.

To adopt a duck and win a chance on this Duck-tastic prize visit the Duck Derby website at www.boroduckderby.com or contact the Child Advocacy Center at 615-867-9000 or the Cannon County Child Advocacy Center at 615-563-9915.        

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