Over the weekend AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame racer Dick Klamfoth and his wife Bev lost everything they owned -- their home, their clothes, their keepsakes, their pets -- when their house was destroyed in a horrible fire. The Klamfoths, formerly the owners of the Honda Hills track in Ohio, site of some of the most epic Trans-AMA races of yesteryear, were lucky to make it out alive.
Now the legendary Daytona 200 winner and his wife have to rebuild from scratch, and a site has been set up to donate to these lifelong motorcycle enthusiasts. He's a three-time Daytona 200 winner and they have devoted their entire lives to helping others in the motorcycle racing community. Please donate if you can, and keep Dick and Bev Klamfoth in your thoughts and prayers this holiday season.