Test ride a Harley-Davidson Dark Custom model in the UK before June 30th, 2017, and you could win a bike. And also you’ll also get £5,000 worth of customisation to make it more unique.
The Harley-Davidson Dark Custom range includes 8 models from the American motorcycle manufacturer. So there’s something in there for anyone considering a Harley.
The 2017 Harley-Davidson Dark Custom Range:
- Harley-Davidson Street 750
- Harley-Davidson Street Rod
- Harley-Davidson Iron 883
- Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight
- Harley-Davidson Street Bob
- Harley-Davidson Low Rider S
- Harley-Davidson Roadster
Launched a few years ago, the range has expanded as a more affordable, retro line which offers a typically wide range of customisation options.It starts with the Street 750 at £5,995 up to the Fat Bob at £13,995.
And there is a Dark Custom finance package for all of the bikes, which works on a PCP principle. So you pay a low amount each month with the option of a final large lump sum to own your Harley outright.
So once you’ve booked your test ride, you’ll be entered into the Harley-Davidson Dark Custom competition. You can arrange the test either online, or via your local Harley-Davidson dealership.
If you win, you won’t have to decide how to customise your new bike alone. You’ll be able to get advice and help from the Harley-Davidson Custom Kings. They’re the dealers who have competed in the Battle of the Kings custom challenge over the last 3 years, with some amazing machines built by UK and Irish entrents.
The most recent Battle of the Kings saw 31 dealers enter creations based on the Dark Custom Sportster range, with an Iron 883, Forth-Eight or Roadster as the base model. The winner was judged to be the Shaw Harley-Davidson Beach Bobber.
The runners-up were the Cookie Cutter from Guildford Harley-Davidson and the Super Hooligan from Warr’s on the King’s Road.
So it’s safe to say that pretty much every Harley-Davidson dealer will have a good idea of what can be achieved with £5,000 to personalise your bike.
If nothing else, the Harley-Davidson Dark Custom comp gives you a good excuse to try one out.