Yamaha is once again hosting a custom sportbike competition for both amateur and professional builders. Up for grabs are MotoGP tickets, cash, trophies and bragging rights. For amateur builders the competition begins in the digital world by submitting your entry at yamaha-motor.com/customshowdown. Yamaha will select 150 entrants and award them with 3-day passes to either […]
Low and Mean V Star 950 Sweepstakes
Star Motorcycles is giving away this customized V Star 950 to one lucky motorcycle enthusiast. The sweepstakes runs from April 16th to November 1, 2012. Entering to win entails nothing more than submitting your contact information at starmotorcycles.com/vstar905sweepstakes.
The custom V Star 950 is the product of Chris Hagest of Low and Mean in Lake Havasu, AZ. Hagest and his team deconstructed a stock V Star 950 and using their ingenuity and creativity combined available Star accessories with components from Leo Vince exhaust, Ride Right wheels, Burley bars, Platinum air ride suspension, Radiantz LED lighting and covered the bodywork in a stunning custom paint scheme.
The Low and Mean V Star will make its first public appearance at the Laughlin River Run on April 25, and afterward the custom bike will make the rounds as part of the Star display at various motorcycle events.
“It’s truly amazing to see what Chris has done with the V Star 950 as his canvas,” says Star’s marketing manager, David Docktor. “This is just one example of the extent of personalization that can be done easily with any of our Star Motorcycles.”
For more information about the bike visit lowandmean.com.