BMW unveils ‘Try it, Buy it, Win it’ competition

Published: 17 June 2011

BMW has announced details of a new offer that gives a free magazine subscription off and a competition to have the cost of your motorcycle refunded.

Anyone booking a test ride on any model from the 2011 BMW range before September 30 and test riding before October 31 will receive a complimentary six-month subscription to any one of four motorcycle magazines: Bike, Ride, Performance Bikes or Classic Bike.

In addition, every customer who takes a test ride before October 31 and then goes on to purchase a new BMW motorcycle in 2011 will be entered into a prize draw. The winner will receive a full refund of the cost of their BMW motorcycle, inclusive of any factory-fitted accessories.

Tony Jakeman, BMW Motorrad Marketing Manager, said: "BMW Motorrad has always encouraged customers to experience test rides on our bikes. We’re making the experience even more rewarding with a complimentary six-month subscription to one of four top quality motorcycle magazines.

"Customers can choose any bike from an entry level G 650 GS adventure-sports bike with ABS and heated grips, through to the award-winning S 1000 RR Sport with Dynamic Traction Control. Or even the ground-breaking new K 1600 GT and GTL six-cylinder tourers with optional Electronic Suspension Adjustment  and Adaptive Headlights. On this occasion, we’re happy to say that there really is such a thing as a free motorcycle."

To book a test ride via your local BMW Motorrad Dealership, visit the competition website at www.trybuywin.co.uk. To enter, test rides must be booked before before 30 September 2011.

For more information about BMW Motorrad motorcycles visit www.bmw-motorrad.co.uk

Get MCN for £1 an issue

Cut-price MCN subscriptions cost just £4.33 a month and you get the paper delivered straight to your door each week. You pay £4.33 a month by Direct Debit for the first three months (13 issues) followed by £7.77 a month after that.

Check it out here: www.greatmagazines.co.uk

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