The hunt is on for the finest bikes in the country as entries roll in for the 2013 Built in Britain competition
Entries have been flooding in for the 2013 Built in Britain competition – an annual event launched by Carole Nash and MCN to find the nation’s most talented bike builder.
Entry cut off is August 9, so don’t miss out – go online now, and register your project. Visit www.mcnbuiltinbritain.co.uk where you can upload images of your bike and place it in one of the six categories. You must add at least one image and a description of your machine.
The 12 bikes that receive the most public votes will make the final and be professionally photographed for the 2014 Carole Nash calendar.
The 12 finalists will be announced in MCN’s Motorcycle Live show supplement on November 20.
First Prize First prize (Professional): £1000 cash First prize (Amateur): £1000 cash prize and a Sealey APCOMBOBBTK58 Topchest & Rollcab Combination 15-drawer with ball bearing runners in black with a 147pc toolkit (worth £1661.94).
Second Prize (Amateur): Sealey AB33059BCOMBO Topchest 5-drawer with ball bearing runners in black with a 138pc toolkit (worth £851.94).
HOW TO ENTER
1) Upload your bike, specs and optional video to www.mcnbuiltinbritain.co.uk
2) 50 bikes will be picked by our judges and 10 bikes with the most ‘Likes’ on the Carole Nash Inside Bikes Facebook page (www.facebook.com/insidebikes) will be selected.
3) The final 60 go through to the public vote to decide the top 12 and overall winners.