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Motorcycle Classics/Dairyland Cycle Race to Rebuild

2/28/2012 12:07:14 PM

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Dairyland Cycle Race To Rebuild 

Motorcycle Classics has teamed up with Dairyland Cycle Insurance – sponsors of our popular 2010 Bonneville Build – for another bike project. Like previous builds our next project will be a custom classic. But this time, we want you to help us choose our build bike by voting for your favorite in the Motorcycle Classics/Dairyland Cycle Insurance Race To Rebuild.

It’s no secret that we like riders, so for this next build, we’ve chosen four bikes that fit a theme of classic Seventies highway cruisers: BMW’s long-legged R90/6, Harley-Davidson’s old-school Iron Head Sportster 1000, Honda’s iconic and revolutionary CB750 Four, and the last of the “real” Triumphs, the classic T140 Bonneville. All we need from you is your vote to determine which one of these classic cruisers deserves to get the Motorcycle Classics custom touch.

Dairyland Cycle Race To Rebuild Bike Choices 
Choose your favorite in our Race To Rebuild: Triumph T140 Bonneville, Honda CB750, H-D Sportster 1000 or BMW R90 

Voting is easy: Just go to build sponsor Dairyland Cycle Insurance’s Race to Rebuild Facebook page to “like” our project and vote for the bike of your choice. But hurry, you only have ‘till March 9, 2012, to vote. Once you’ve chosen our build bike, you’ll be able to follow our progress online and weigh in with your opinion on what we’re doing and what you’d like to see on our finished bike. We’ll make regular updates on our online build page and feature highlights of the build in every issue of Motorcycle Classics. And when it’s done, some lucky reader will ride our project bike home when we give it away! So log on now to help us decide what classic custom will be in the Motorcycle Classics/Dairyland Cycle Insurance Race to Rebuild!

Race to Rebuild Facebook Page 
Voting's easy: Just go to Dairyland Cycle's Facebook page, like our project and cast your vote for your favorite bike. 

 



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DAVID MCCRARY
3/11/2012 1:01:30 PM
I also stay away from Facebook so I won't bother voteing but I would have picked the BMW

PHILLIP MCMURRAN
3/9/2012 12:53:21 AM
Its to bad that Motorcycle Classics/Dairyland Cycle are not paying attention to those of us that don't use FACEBOOK

HOWARD BARTLE
3/8/2012 10:04:48 PM
My current project is a lightly modded '82 GL1100: she's lightened and simplified into a cafe racer type motif. That lovely lump of engine, slung way low, makes me lean toward the R90. Looks like a lot of others, probably for other reasons, also went that way. Betcha the GL is smoother than the Beemer.

Robert Tremblay
3/8/2012 2:29:20 PM
I don't use FaceBook!

Phillip McMurran
3/1/2012 11:47:16 PM
Not all of us use Facebook. Any other way to vote?



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