Harley-Davidson Announces Search For The Daytona 20

Sydney, Australia, 16 September 2015: If the undeniable sense of freedom and power wasn’t already enough of an enticement to test ride a model from the Dyna, Softail, Tourer or V-Rod families, then the announcement of a new competition from Harley-Davidson will be sure to make it impossible to say no.

From the 21st of September until the 31st of December 2015, those who take a test ride on any Harley-Davidson Big Twin motorcycle will have the opportunity to enter for the chance to win one of 20 trips for two to the iconic Daytona Beach Bike Week in 2016.

To claim the prize, which includes; return flights, airport transfers, six nights’ accommodation and $500 AUD spending money, riders will be asked to explain, in 25 words or less, why they think they’re ready for Daytona Beach Bike Week.

Set to celebrate its 75th anniversary in March 2016, Daytona Beach Bike Week has grown to become one of the largest motorcycle events in the world. Over 10 days the festival hums with hundreds of thousands of people visiting to take in the shows, exhibitions, concerts, racing at Daytona International Speedway and street activities in city synonymous with speed, power and good times.

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Full competition terms and conditions can be found by visiting from 21 September 2015. To enter, simply book and complete a test ride on a Harley-Davidson Big Twin motorcycle (Dyna, Softail, V-Rod or Touring family) at a participating Australian or New Zealand Harley-Davidson dealership or via

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Since 1903, Harley-Davidson Motor Company has fulfilled dreams of personal freedom with cruiser, touring and custom motorcycles, riding experiences and events, and a complete line of Harley-Davidson motorcycle parts, accessories, general merchandise, riding gear and apparel. For more information, visit

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