Women Can Get Down to Daytona At The Expense Of Harley-Davidson

"Get Down to Daytona” is a contest for women organized by Harley- Davidson. Here how it works. Women submit a video about their greatest motorcycle mentor for a chance to win an expense paid road trip from Atlanta to Daytona Bike Week with Karen Davidson, great-granddaughter of William A. Davidson. The video must be an artistic 90 second or less video highlighting their greatest motorcycle mentor story. Videos should be submitted to www.harley-davidson.com/womensride and will be accepted until 6 p.m. CST November 15, 2007. To be eligible, women must have received their motorcycle license after November 14, 2005 and must own a Harley-Davidson or Buell motorcycle. Six finalists will be voted (by men & women) and posted to www.harley-davidson.com/womensride. Then, 3 "Get Down to Daytona" winners will be announced December 14, 2007. These lucky ladies as well as one guest each will receive an expense paid road trip from Atlanta to Daytona in March 2008 as well as a 3-night stay in Daytona during Bike Week. Hey, I helped a few women access to the sport. Will I be mentioned in some videos?

6 Responses to “Women Can Get Down to Daytona At The Expense Of Harley-Davidson”

  1. 1 Rod Oct 5th, 2007 at 3:20 pm

    It seems that Harley is making a lot of effort to attract women. Good for us!

  2. 2 Alan Vega Oct 5th, 2007 at 3:40 pm

    More ladies on the road, please. I also offer a Daytona 3-night stay with me to the prettiest loser of this video contest.

  3. 3 Cary Noser Oct 5th, 2007 at 7:18 pm

    What about a Ladies Bike week. I know, too many guy sare going to show up!

  4. 4 Harry Oct 6th, 2007 at 4:37 am

    It is a good opportunity for the women show up their motorcycle skills. And it is a good opportunity for the Harley Davidson company to expand the market. I meet many friends on a site called bikerkiss. They say they will take part in the contest.

  5. 5 Rogue Oct 6th, 2007 at 8:55 am

    Women have been a big part of our lifestyle longer than most realize.
    It was not until Harley seemed to realize it by building motorcycle to fit some of them, That came about because women were riding modified Harleys or custom motorcycles and Harley realized they were missing part of the market.
    I should note that it is more than motorcycles as women are being recoganized in all aspects of our industry and lifestyle.
    There is no secret that I like women and through the years I have had the opportunity to help many of them in their chosen motorcycle related fields.
    I see women continuing to be more recoganized as time passes.
    It is long overdue I say.

  6. 6 chesshirecat Oct 8th, 2007 at 6:22 am

    I was thinking…wow this sounds great…but…only the gals who recently received their endorsements can enter? I’ve been riding since 1971…my state didn’t require endorsements till around 1979 or 1980…but that’s how long I’ve had mine…guess those of us who have been around long enough to “mentor” or have even older mentors…can’t be considered as viable customers? Sigh…

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