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Wed, 24 Feb 2016

Test ride and win to Discover More in 2016

Taking a test ride with us between 15 February 2016 and 30 April 2016 could take you further than you imagined. Harley-Davidson has launched the new 2016 Discover More competition and a test ride on one of our touring machines could be the key to you and a friend or partner winning a dream ride anywhere in the world.

The winning pair will be provided with two Harley-Davidson touring bikes for a two-week ride of their choice, as well as £5000 cash to cover all trip-related costs and spending money.

To be in with a chance of making sure that 2016 is the year that you Discover More, all you have to do is visit, book and take a test ride on a touring model at Sycamore Harley-Davidson before 30 April 2016.

The six eligible models for entry into the competition are Superlow® 1200T, Heritage Softail® Classic, Road King® Classic, Street Glide® Special, Road Glide® Special, and Ultra Limited.

The 2015 Discover More journey saw Luis Castilla – selected from more than 10,000 applicants from 27 different countries – take on a two-month, all-expenses-paid European journey of discovery on a Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special motorcycle. Castilla experienced some of the most spectacular European touring roads on offer and discovered vibrant cultures, sights and sounds along the way. To see more of his journey, and maybe get some inspiration for yours, visit  

“This is the third year of the Discover More competition and it presents the biggest opportunity yet," said  Dealer Principal Andrew Winham. “We know a lot of riders assume the only touring bikes Harley-Davidson offers are the larger models, such as Street Glide, Road Glide and Ultra Limited, but we’re hoping this competition helps make people aware of our wider offering and makes it possible for more of you to plan your dream trip this year. The freedom to choose your own adventure is sure to add appeal and we’re looking forward to hearing about where you’d love to ride, who with and why.”