He's selling his Texas Longhorn National Championship Tribute bike for charity

By Alicia Dennis
Updated November 07, 2007 08:30 PM
Credit: inset: National Photo Group

Fans who want to hit the road in true Matthew McConaughey style can have that chance – for a price. The actor is selling on ebay his commemorative Texas Longhorn National Championship Tribute motorcycle, designed and custom-built by Ralph Randolph’s Knockout Motorcycle Company following his University of Texas alma mater’s win at the 2006 Rose Bowl.

“When Ralph and I started the project I was originally going to keep the bike,” McConaughey has reportedly posted on the eBay listing. “But he and I decided it could get more use and raise money … Let the biddin’ begin, hook’em horns – and now and always, just keep livin’.”

The starting bid for the 2007 “Bobber” Sport Bike is $25,000. All proceeds are to go to McConaughey’s Just Keep Livin’ Foundation and the Texas Exes Scholarship Fund.