Meet Black Beulah

Her name is Black Beulah. She's a 33-year-old beauty. She's sporting rockin' rocker boxes, upswept fishtail exhaust pipes, rippled tail lights, ribbed rear fender and a ton of other custom-made features. She could be yours! Black Beulah is the motorcycle built by our friends hosting this year's Heroes Run III. On September 11, you could be riding off the parking lot of Hardywood Park Craft Brewery on this! Purchase your $25 voucher on the Connor's Heroes website. Joe, Justin, Rudy, and friends will donate the money to Connor's Heroes! The website, Chop Cult, featured Black Beulah. Here's an excerpt on how Joe and Justin came to be involved with Central Virginia's childhood cancer community. Read the complete article with detailed photos of the bike at

Back in early 2014, my phone rang and a new friendship began. Justin Spears was on the other end, asking for support with a new project, called Heroes Run, which he was spearheading with his longtime friend, Joe Davenport. The Heroes Run has grown over the past two years, thanks to the supporters and companies that have donated to the cause. Every cent raised by Justin, Joe and their awesome group of volunteers goes to the Connor’s Heroes Foundation, which gives support and companionship to families who have children battling cancer. What started as a meet and ride has turned into an event that has produced two bikes which have been donated the cause. This concept works for all as it brings people together for the greater good, someone in attendance rides off with a kick-ass bike, and Connor's Heroes receives the revenue. Last year Justin built a 1983 HD sportster that he named “Ol' Grammy,”and he just completed another home run, dubbed Black Beulah, that you see here. I would like to applaud Justin, Joe, and Rudy for continuing to shine the light on Conner's Heroes and for their dedication to the Heroes Run.

Pic cred: Mick Anders Photography