Win motorcycle t-shirts
We’re giving you the chance to win a year’s supply of motorcycle themed T-shirts (that’s 52!) in your size.
To be in the running, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a photo of you wearing your favourite motorcycle t-shirt and tell us in 50 words or less why it is so important to you.
See full details on the comp, including terms & conditions here.
The winner will be announced in our bumper #300 issue of Motorcycle Trader and we’ll run examples of entries in the magazine each month until then.
Entry is free, of course, so go for it!
Need some inspiration?
We’re getting some great entries for the MT T-shirt comp and it’s encouraged readers to dig into the back of their cupboards and reveal tees that haven’t seen the lgiht of day for many years.
Here are some of the latest entries from our readers:
I was born in the sixties, not long after the horse was set free. In the seventies, I fell in love with the charismatic colours, chrome and sweet curves of a Vespa. If I had a T-shirt for each week, it could save my frog-green T from the washing machine 🙂
My A.B.R. 2010 T-shirt evokes great memories of my road trip from Darwin to Castlemaine to attend the “All British Rally” of Campbell’s Creek. A great rally and I won the ‘longest distance travelled’ category. When I proudly announced I was on an XJR1300 Yamaha, a cacophony of booing erupted!
I had been using GoPro cameras on my Harley-Davidson for a while when I captured this great still from a video we produced. I’ve only just got the T-shirt made and am thinking of selling them. Life’s like that – ride by the seat of your pants!
Not unlike this image, my recollection of the 2010 MotoGP is a ittle grainy. I can’t imagine why but at least my favourite tee (and stuby holder) helps me fill in the gaps.
I come from the land where the roads are more twisted than the riders. In Tassie it’s cock, cobber or mate – not this American ‘buddy’ shit. I had this T-shirt made for myself. Come on Aussie – you’re losing your identity!
My daughter and partner ordered this T-shirt for me in a tiny shop in Nepal. The design was to be machined by hand but power outages prevented this and it wasn’t ready when they returned to collect it. True to his word the shopkeeper rushed it to them early the next morning before they left. It is much loved, representing as it does motorcycling in its most basic form.
Look for more entries in each issue of Motorcycle Trader.
See what previous entrants and some of the MT staffers have to say here.
Send your entry now! Email us at email@example.com
Entry details and terms & conditions here.
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