Last Chance to Win the Motorcycle Classics/Dairyland Cycle Insurance Triumph Bonneville Bobber!

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The Motorcycle Classics/Dairyland Cycle Insurance 2010 Triumph Bonneville – It could be yours! 

What? You haven’t entered the Motorcycle Classics/Dairyland Cycle Insurance Bonneville Build Sweepstakes? Valued at $10,000, we’re giving away the 2010 Triumph Bonneville we turned from a mild retro classic into a classic hotrod bobber on Saturday, October 9 at the 6th Annual Barber Vintage Festival. Hustle on over to our sign up page before the sweepstakes ends at noon (EST) Friday, October 8.

Yup, giving it away. As in free. As in no charge. As in we’ll even deliver it to you. All you have to do is sign up and have your name drawn as the winner in our sweepstakes drawing, which we’ll conduct at 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 9, when we wrap up our annual Vintage Motorcycle Show at the Barber Vintage Festival. Heck, if you’re there, you can even drag it on home with you. With only 2.5 miles on the clock, it’s still brand new, most of those miles having been accumulated just rolling it around at the different shows we’ve taken it to over the past few months. Fact is, we haven’t had a chance to get it out on the road. That’s a thrill you’ll get to experience, assuming of course you’re the winner in our sweepstakes drawing. You can check out our Triumph Bonneville Bobber here, the last of our series of article chronicling the project.

Before we give it away, we’ll spend the day with like-minded classic motorcycle owners during our Vintage Motorcycle Show, this year featuring – what else – bobbers, customs and cafés. We’ll be awarding trophies in seven categories, including British, European, American, Japanese, Competition and People’s Choice. And we’ll also be giving away a full set of Joe Rocket riding gear, including helmet, gloves, jacket and pants. Like we say, be there, or be square. – Richard Backus 

Wanna hear our new Triumph with its great sounding pipes from D&D Performance Exhaust? Just click on the video below and watch my son, Charlie, as he cranks it up for the first time. It sounds even better in real life!

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