The O-H Network founded by Former Ohio State Buckeye star Maurice Hall and Kevin Lloyd in partnership with A.D. Farrow Co. Harley-Davidson is auctioning The Heisman Harley on eBay for Charities. In 2003 the Dealership, A.D. Farrow Co. Harley-Davidson in cooperation with The Ohio State University, created “The Buckeye Bike.”
The bike, originally a 100th anniversary Harley-Davidson V-Rod, Now known as "The Heisman Harley" pays tribute to football Buckeyes and all of the Buckeye Heisman Trophy winners with metallic paint, stripes and even “Buckeye Leaves” in the spirit of the helmets worn by the team. The company received the rights to produce 14 such bikes in honor of the Buckeyes’ 14-0 National Championship season of 2002 – 2003. Only six have ever been created, including one that was auctioned off to help start the A.D. Farrow Co. / OSU Athletic Scholarship.
The one of a kind Heisman Harley, a 100th anniversary Harley-Davidson V-Rod has been signed by the 3 most recent Heismen Trophy recipients from OSU: Archie Griffin, Eddie George and Troy Smith making this bike a rare collector’s item. The bike was listed Tuesday, January 24,2007 on eBay and portions of the proceeds will benefit Children’s Hospital of Columbus, OH, National Alliance African American Athletes, Second and Seven Foundation. Interested bidders can go directly to the Heisman Harley auction on eBay with the URL: www.auction.theohnetwork.com
The O-H Network, LLC was designed to facilitate an ongoing and meaningful connection between the Central Ohio community and former Ohio State Buckeye athletes. It is the goal of The O-H Network, LLC to be more than a social avenue or information hub; as such, they strive to provide an outlet for current players, former Buckeyes and Buckeye fans & supporters to dialogue, network and serve the Central Ohio community.
A.D. Farrow Co. Harley-Davidson & Buell is America’s Oldest Harley Dealer. Located in Downtown Columbus, A.D. Farrow Co. celebrates its 95th anniversary in February 2007. A.D. Farrow Co. has a rich tradition of supporting the community, including The Ohio State University.