Los Angeles Times reporter Charles Fleming recently interviewed Tom White, the pair discussing everything from amassing an incredible motorcycle collection to raising money for the High Hopes Program. Check out some excerpts below, and catch the full article at the LA Times.
Tom White had a plan.
The motorcycle entrepreneur was going to sell his multimillion-dollar parts company, buy a horse ranch on the Central Coast and retire to live the good life.
Fate had something else in store for him.
In 1997, his then-teenage son Bradley had a near-fatal motorcycle accident that left him blind and a quadriplegic. A few years later, his wife, Dani, suffered a series of brain seizures. She needed ongoing medical care, too.
While attending to his family, White found a way to put medicine and his love of motorcycles together.
Read the full story on the LA Times website.