Members of Foo Fighters have helped design a bicycle that will sell for charity. Taylor Hawkins and Nate Mendel are helping to raise money for Crew Nation, a global relied fund to support live music crews affected by the canceling of concerts during the pandemic.
Inspired by his nickname of The Hawk, Taylor’s design is a sleek, black, bike and has a dramatic black and yellow stripe and features hawk silhouettes.
Mendel’s bike is based on Foo Fighters’ latest album, Medicine At Midnight, and has a nickel front frame to highlight the band’s logo.
Other artists involved with the campaign include: Rise Against, Phoebe Bridgers, and Radiohead.
In all, 14 specially designed bikes are up for auction at Greenhouse Auctions, with 100% of the profits going directly to Crew Nation.
- Taylor Hawkins and Nate Mendel have designed a bike to raise money for Crew Nation.
- It supports live music crews affected by the pandemic.
- 100% of the profits go directly to Crew Nation.