“Offering Unique Last Rides”
The hearse is styled after the horse-drawn carriages used in the old west. The carriage can transport standard and oversized caskets, as well as urns for cremation ceremonies.
Our hand-built, American-made motorcycle hearse provides you with a dignified alternative to the traditional motor hearse that you will remember as long as your loved one.
Our paint matching 2014 Harley-Davidson Tri-Glide trike is used to pull the carriage from the Funeral Home to the cemetery or any other final resting place chosen by the client.
We are proud to offer the absolute finest custom motorcycle hearse, built and maintained with an attention to detail second to none.
The Motorcycle Hearse of Kentucky will arrive to the funeral site clean and ready to serve, often being trailered in our enclosed trailer.
Our drivers are dressed in traditional attire, including black pants, white dress shirt, vest and black boots. They have been carefully selected not just for their motorcycle experience, but more so for their exceptional attention to detail and their passion in creating meaningful memories for families.
If there is a special road or place they loved to ride, we would be honored to take them down that stretch of road they enjoyed so much, one last time.
Please contact us for any and all questions.
On Friday, July 5, 2019, we were honored to provide "One Last Ride" for Mr. Edward Richard "Dick" "Preacher" Patrick from Steen Funeral Home in Ashland, KY to the Golden Oaks Memorial Gardens.
On Tuesday, April 30, 2019, we were honored to provide "One Last Ride" for Mr. Larry Edwin Mabry from Meade Station Church of God in Ashland, KY to the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery Northeast in Greenup, KY. Mr. Mabry was a Vietnam Army Veteran and an avid motorcyle rider.
On Saturday, October 6, 2018, we were honored to provide “One Last Ride” for Mr. Timothy J. Jenkins from Beanblossom-Cesar Funeral Home in Corydon, IN to the Mt. Zion Cemetery in Mauckport, IN. There were over 50 motorcycles in the long procession to the Cemetery.
On Wednesday, August 15, 2018, we were honored to provide “One Last Ride” for Mr. Benjamin Andrew Kiper from William L. Danks Funeral Home in Beaver Dam, KY to the Newton Cemetery in Morgantown, KY. Mr. Kiper was a member of the Grim Reapers Motorcycle Club. Mr. Kiper’s wife rode on our Harley trike to accompany her husband on the 26 mile trip to the Cemetery.
On Saturday, July 21, 2018, we were honored to provide “One Last Ride” for Mr. Steven Earl Price from Heady-Hardy Funeral Home in Louisville, KY to the Riverview Cemetery in New Haven, KY. Mr. Price was a longtime member of the Grim Reapers Motorcycle Club in Louisville, KY. Mr. Price’s wife rode on our Harley trike to accompany her husband on the 47 mile trip to the Cemetery.
On Thursday, May 24, 2018, we were honored to provide “One Last Ride” for Mr. Gene Autrey Wiley, Sr. from Johnson’s Funeral Home in Georgetown, KY to the Georgetown Cemetery.
On Saturday, May 12, 2018, we were honored to provide “One Last Ride” for Mrs. Sierra Ford from Garnett-New-McDonald Funeral Home in Warsaw, KY to the Warsaw Cemetery.
“One Last Ride” for Mr. Gerald Cooley from Spring Valley Funeral Home in New Albany, IN to Kentucky Veterans Cemetery in Fort Knox, KY.
“One Last Ride” for Mr. Carl “Carpo” Walker on April 21, 2018 from Kerr Brothers Funeral Home to Hillcrest Memorial Park in Lexington, KY
"One Last Ride" for William Lawrence Rogers, Jr. on April 17, 2018 from Spring Valley Funeral Home in New Albany, IN to the Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, KY
"One Last Ride" for Mr. Bill Rhodes in Ashland, KY
"One Last Ride" for MaryEtta Durham from Harrodsburg to Parksville, KY
Honoring the life of Michael Duncan in Pine Knot, KY. His elderly mother rode with us on the motorcycle to accompany her son to the cemetery.
Honoring the life of Mr. John Locke as we arrive at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery near Ft. Knox, KY.