Stevens Point, Wisconsin (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
Right on the heels of announcing the winner of the 2012 Race to Rebuild 1974 BMW R90/6, Race to Rebuild 2013 is already burning rubber on this year’s build, a custom Honda CB1100F.
They’re doing it again!
Dairyland Cycle® is pleased to announce the Motorcycle Classics sweepstakes, Race to Rebuild, will be happening again this year. Much more than your run-of-the-mill sweepstakes, Race to Rebuild is unique because it actively seeks input from motorcycle enthusiasts around the country and uses the voting results to determine the project and the specific characteristics of the build. The best part? One lucky fan will win a customized Honda CB1100F Resto Mod!
“Motorcycle Classics has been able to rebuild some awesome bikes over the past few years,” said Vinnie Garth, Dairyland Cycle’s Associate Director of Sales. “And this year, we’re really stoked to have the guys at Dime City Cycles on board.”
Blending technical know-how and pure artistry, Jason Michaels and Herm Narciso are quite the force. This duo operates on creative vision, attention to detail, and master craftsmanship. Each piece that rolls out of their Largo, Florida garage is a contemplative work of art.
Michaels and Narciso have been working together for years, but it wasn’t until 2009 that they finally managed to transform their mutual dream into a reality. Turning buckets of bolts into beautiful classic café racers that are perfectly balanced in form and function is what they love to do and what they do so well.
“We challenge ourselves with every project,” said Michaels. “But, I foresee our biggest challenge as keeping the design elements of a stock bike while at the same time, making it custom through detail work,” he adds.
“This project will let us bring in some really cool custom elements. The sky’s the limit,” said Narciso. “At the end of the day, it’s all about freedom and creativity – and we can’t wait to dig in!”
Throughout the year, updates and polls will be available. Fans should check back often to follow the progress of the build and register to win the finished bike on Facebook. Fans can also visit the Motorcycle Classics webpage.
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Dairyland Cycle property and casualty coverages are underwritten by Dairyland Insurance Company or Patriot General Insurance Company, Stevens Point, WI. In Texas, Dairyland Cycle property and casualty coverages are underwritten by Dairyland County Mutual Insurance Company of Texas, Austin, TX. In California, Dairyland Cycle property and casualty coverages are underwritten by Viking Insurance Company of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, WI. Policies, coverages, benefits and discounts are not available in all states. See your policy for complete coverage details.
No purchase necessary to win. Void where prohibited. Purchasing will not increase your chances of winning. This sweepstakes offer is only available to residents age 18 and older residing in the United States and District of Columbia. Void in Puerto Rico, Florida, New York and all other U.S. territories and where prohibited by law. Employees of Ogden Publications are not eligible. This sweepstakes runs from 12:01:01 a.m. CST June 10, 2013, until 11:59:59 p.m. CST on December 30, 2013. To enter to win, complete the requested contact information above in its entirety and submit via the “submit registration” button. By providing your contact information you give us permission to contact you, even if you’ve registered with any state or federal Do Not Call registry. Limit one entry per person. The odds of winning depend upon the number of eligible entries received. The Grand Prize is one Honda CB1100F. The approximate retail value of the prize is: $7,500. All federal, state and local laws apply. Sweepstakes sponsor is Ogden Publications, Inc., 1503 SW 42nd St., Topeka, KS 66609. For official rules, visit http://www.motorcycleclassics.com/official-rules-race-to-rebuild.aspx.