Harley-Davidson Australia is giving test riders of their Big Twins a chance to win one of 20 trips for two to the March 2016 Daytona Beach Bike Week in their latest competition.
From September 21 to the end of the year, anyone who test rides a Big Twin (every bike except Sportster and Street) goes in the running to win one of the trips in the Daytona 20 competition.
Test riders in Australia and New Zealand will also have to answer a question about what makes them ready to take the trip to the festival.
The Daytona 20 competition is running concurrently with another test-ride campaign in which riders can win a Dark Custom Street or Sportster, fly to the US to meet designers and have their bike customised to their tastes.
The push not only includes the test-ride competition but also promoting their custom Road Glide custom, called Pepper, on the nation’s drag strip and returning to Lake Gairdner to claim more land speed records.
“We want to inspire young people on to the Touring range and convince them it’s not an old person’s bike.
“Young people love music they’re riding; it’s important to them. And the Touring range has great audio.
“We will also get it more affordable; not necessarily on price but with attractive financing programs.”
The new 2016 models will be available in dealerships in the next two weeks and prices will be announced on September 25.
Despite the plummeting value of the Australia dollar it is believed Harley has been able to cap most increases.