Britain's got biking talent: Your bike in the '08 Carole Nash calendar
01 August 2007 09:48
Is your bike better than the ones pictured here?
If it is, you could win an incredible prize as part of our “Britain’s Got Biking Talent” competition in association with Carole Nash.
Within just 24 hours of launching the competition last week we already had more than 50 entries uploaded onto the MCN website.
But if you reckon your bike’s better, there’s still plenty of time to enter and get the chance to win the MotoGP trip of a lifetime and the chance to feature in the 2008 Carole Nash calendar – more than 100,000 of which will be distributed.
We want to see your bikes – that means anything from stock sportsbikes to in-your-face choppers and hardcore street fighters, but we also want to see your lovingly restored or tastefully modified classics, ultra-rare models and any other bike that makes jaws drop.
To enter, click here to upload your image
From now until August 22, we want you to register with www.motorcyclenews.com and then upload your pictures in the Rate My Bike section here, where you can then upload digital images of your bike quickly and simply. Your bike will then be seen by bikers across the planet, who will be able rate your bike.
MCN and Carole Nash will then select a shortlist of 50 of the best machines uploaded, and from September 5 to September 21 the final 12 winners will be decided by www.motorcyclenews.com users.
Top prize for the most-voted for machine will be a once-in-a-lifetime trip to a MotoGP round of their choice with flights and accommodation all paid for.
The runner-up will win an Arai helmet, and the third-placed owner will get a free place on MCN’s Rider Confidence Training course which will help you improve your bike control.
The top 12 winners will all have their bikes featured in the 2008 Carole Nash calendar, a professionally-taken and framed image of them and their bike, and VIP tickets to the NEC Bike show with one night’s hotel accommodation. The winning bikes will be unveiled on the first day of the show.
Winners and their bikes will need to be available between September 24 and October 7 for a photo shoot, and available to attend the NEC Show press day on November 22.
See the latest entries to the Britain's got biking talent competition, click here
For the full Terms and Conditions, click here