April 15, 2015 10.29 am This story is over 106 months old

Brand new Harley-Davidson up for grabs at Lincoln bike show

Not to be missed: Ticket holders to a Lincolnshire biking rally have the chance to win a new Harley-Davidson at the event next month.

Ticket holders to a biking rally at the Lincolnshire Showground have the chance to win a brand new Harley-Davidson Sportster when they attend the event next month.

Anyone who has purchased a ticket to the four day Federation of Harley-Davidson Clubs of Europe Super Rally from May 21 to 25, is in with an opportunity of winning the prize courtesy of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company.

The West London Harley Riders will be hosting the event on their return to the UK for the first time in 26 years, with highlights including a Battle of Britain Lancaster Bomber fly-by and big band performances on three different stages.

A group shot of the riders with their bikes

A group shot of the riders with their bikes

Mal Nijjar, company secretary for the West London Harley Riders Events Ltd, said: “Every year a Harley-Davidson is given away as a prize during the Super Rally and we are more than excited to do it again this year.

“With so many Harley enthusiasts attending the rally each year, the opportunity to win one of these amazing bikes is fantastic and I’m looking forward to seeing who the lucky winner will be.”

All tickets to the Super Rally will be entered into a special raffle to win the Harley- Davidson Sportster which will be drawn on Saturday 25.

The winner will then be able to pick up their brand new bike at their nearest Harley-Davidson dealership.

The event will also host a Knights of the Dammed Medieval Jousting Show, a Man vs Food challenge, and a competition for the best custom bike.

Jayne Southall, CEO of the Lincolnshire Showground, said: “This event is going to be truly exciting not just for Harley-Davidson fans but also for the whole family – with so much to see and experience, the Super Rally is not to be missed.”

Advance ticket sales have now sold out, but tickets are still available on the gate at £75 and will give access to the event for the four days. Each ticket will provide visitors with £2.50 each day to spend on breakfast.

The Super Rally donates part of the ticket prices to its chosen charities Headway and National Youthbike.