A Phoenix, Oregon, Man Saves KTM Motorcycles From a Fire
A True American Hero
Save the KTMs
Scott Flick watched a fire engulf his Pheonix, Oregon, community (in the U.S), but the motorcyclist wasn’t about to let it take everything.
His home and neighbor’s home were completely burned. He watched as the flames engulfed D and S Harley, but when the fire spread to the nearby Oregon Motorcycle Adventures KTM dealership he couldn’t take it anymore and decided to do something to save those motorcycles.
Flick was able to break the door open to the dealership. Once it was open, he saved nine motorcycles from the flames before the building burned to the ground.
Flick is a reasonably well-known motorcyclist in the community.
“When they told me that a guy broke into the store and saved the motorcycles I had a really good idea of who it was,” OMA-KTM owner Jeff Moffett said.
It’s a true shame to see a community ravaged by fire like this but Flick is trying to stay positive despite the destruction it caused.
“You gotta focus on the little good there is because that’s all there is,” said Flick. You can read more about Flick and his efforts to save the KTM motorcycles by clicking here.