It was U2 who gave Irish TV legend Gay Byrne a Harley Davidson motor-cycle
now you can own it !
On May 21st 1999 Gay Byrne presented his last ever Late Late Show on Irish
TV after 33
years. One of the highlights of the show was a surprise appearance by Bono
and Larry who presented a disbelieving Gay with his very
own Harley Davidson motor-cycle.
Gay has had many happy motoring adventures since in fact he has put 10,000
miles on the clock - but now he has decided to part with the Harley and at
the same time raise funds for The Children's Medical & Research
Foundation at Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children in Crumlin.
When Gay hosted last night's New Year's Countdown for RTE, Adam was a
special guest and with Gay launched the worldwide auction for the bike,
which is being conducted by U2.Com on a specially designed website
To see Adam and Gay launching the auction click here.
To bid for the bike, you need to click here (www.gaybyrneharleyauction.com
bidders need to pledge a
non-refundable 500 Euro towards the fundraising efforts before being
allowed to bid.
Everyone who bids will receive a signed letter from Gay and a photograph
featuring Gay, Bono and Larry with the Harley.
Bids will be accepted throughout January until 9am on Friday January 31st.
Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children in Crumlin, Dublin, is the major
hospital in Ireland catering exclusively for children, from birth to age 18.
Every year, the hospital has about 20,000 child admissions and another
100,000 outpatient attendances.
More here http://www.cmrf.org/ourLadiesHospital.htm