How Much Would You Pay For Chris Pratt's "Jurassic World" Motorcycle?

Charity

Dinosaurs not included...yet.

British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph and actor Chris Pratt are teaming up to raise money for prostate cancer with an awesome eBay auction. Up for sale will be one of the three Triumph Scramblers ridden by Pratt in “Jurassic World.” The other two already have homes: Triumph owns one and Pratt has the other. The Scrambler has an 865cc engine and is based off the modern-meets-retro Bonneville. The auction will go live July 23rd and be open for 10 days.

The proceeds from the sale will go to the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride. The ride is held on the last Sunday of September in cities around the world and is filled with men and women in dapper attire riding to raise money for prostate cancer research.

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