Those who consider themselves to be fans of a certain artist often dream of one day collecting that artist's autograph. Better yet, they dream of being able to own an object that once belonged to that artist.
Fans of Carrie Underwood currently have the perfect opportunity to bring home one of her most prized possessions. The object in question is none other than Underwood's personal dirt bike, a red Honda model CRF125FBE to be exact.
Back in 2014, Underwood took to Instagram to share a video of her riding the bike. She was still unfamiliar with it at that time, and jokingly captioned the video "#WhatsAClutch."
So why is Underwood deciding to part ways with her trusty dirt bike? Well it's all for a good cause, as she has listed the bike as part of a charity auction.
The auction, which is hosted on QTEGO, will benefit an organization called Danita's Children. According to the organization's website, its mission is "dedicated to educating, empowering, and equipping the children and families of Haiti to become Christ-like leaders."
As of press time, the current bid on Underwood's dirt bike is $3100. She has offered to sign the number plate on the front of the motorcycle if the winner would like her to.
Other than her dirt bike, Underwood has a number of other prizes up for grabs in the auction, including a signed guitar, a backstage Opry meet and great opportunity, and multiple autographed bottles of wine. Her husband, retired Nashville Predators captain Mike Fisher, also has a number of items available in the auction, including a signed Preds jersey.
Underwood and Fisher aren't the only Nashville celebrities who have contributed to the auction. Vince Gill, Charlie Daniels, and Reba McEntire all have items listed for sale. Check them out by clicking the link right here! You have until around 8 PM CST on October 15 to place your bid!
Knowing Underwood, we aren't the least bit surprised that she'd give up her dirt bike for such a worthy cause. She's proven time and time again that she has a heart of gold!
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