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LeoVince ‘Why I Ride’ Facebook Contest

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Facebook Contest

Every motorcyclist has a great story behind why they ride. Whether they grew up in a motorcycle family, or decided on their 50th birthday it was time to realize the dream of owning a motorcycle, those who have chosen to carve out a faster path on two wheels have some compelling reasons behind their love of motorcycles and motorcycle culture.

With the launch of its new Facebook contest, “Why I Ride,” LeoVince USA is asking riders from across the country and around the globe to share their stories and answer the often asked question “Why do you ride?”

The premise of the contest is simple. LeoVince is asking their Facebook fans to create a 60 second video explaining why they ride and post the video on the LeoVince USA Facebook page wall.

Each week the entire team at LeoVince USA, along with all LeoVince USA Facebook fans, will vote on their favorite entry. The video with the highest number of votes will be the LeoVince USA “Pick of the week” and will receive a LeoVince USA prize pack.

At the end of the contest the top three videos will receive three distinct prizes:

  • The video with the highest number of overall votes will win a trip to Colin Edwards Texas Tornado Boot Camp plus any single LeoVince full exhaust system up to $2,000 M.S.R.P. (two thousand dollars manufacturers suggested retail pricing) and a Contour camera courtesy of LeoVince USA, Texas Tornado Boot Camp, and Countour Camera.
  • The second place video will win an Arai RX-7 Corsair Colin Edwards replica helmet, autograhed by Colin Edwards, and a Texas Tornado Boot Camp Jersey, plus a Contour camera courtesy of LeoVince USA, Arai, Contour Camera and Texas Tornado Boot Camp.
  • The third place video will win a LeoVince slip-on exhaust up to $799.00 M.S.R.P. (seven hundred and ninety-nine dollars manufacturers suggested retail pricing) and a Contour camera courtesy of LeoVince USA and Contour Camera.

So if you have a great reason why you ride, or if you simply want to share your story, and your passion for motorcycles, with thousands of fellow enthusiasts, now is the perfect time to log onto to facebook.com/LeoVinceUSA.

For details on how to enter the new LeoVince Facebook contest, click here.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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