REYNOLDSVILLE – The DuBois Harley Davidson Shop has again shown a munificence and support of a village by donating a motorcycle to a Automotive Technology CTE module during Jeff Tech in Reynoldsville.
The concession was done to support a bike build-off foe between Clearfield County Career Technology Center and Jefferson County-DuBois Area Vocational-Technical School. This internal foe will hold a second week in Apr during a DuBois Harley Davidson Shop.
The CCCTC and Jeff Tech perceived Harley choppers from a DuBois Harley Davidson Shop that they have been challenged to reconstruct for a internal competition. The winning propagandize will afterwards contest with their chopper during a state level.
The Automotive Technology module during Jeff Tech motionless to enroll a assistance of other CTE programs during a propagandize to get a chopper rebuilt. Assisting a students from Automotive Technology in this foe are students from Auto Body, Welding and Metal Fabrication, Machine Shop and Building Trades.
Andy Watt, long-time instructor of a Automotive Technology module during Jeff Tech said, “I suspicion this foe would be both fun for a students, as good as a good training knowledge for them.
“It was really inexhaustible of a Harley Davidson Shop of DuBois to present these bikes to a module and to Clearfield for a competition.”
Although Clearfield has competed several times already, this year is a initial year for Jeff Tech to enter a competition. Watt indicated that no matter how a foe turns out he believes these practice to be profitable to his program.