Celebrating 15 years of American-made production, Victory Motorcycles unveiled its 2014 lineup today, featuring two new 8-Ball baggers, a $1000 price cut on the High-Ball, a Ness Cross Country and the new Factory Custom paint program. First up, Victory has given its Cross Country and Cross Roads the stripped down 8-Ball treatment – and a […]
Win A Custom Victory Motorcycle And Matching Epiphone Guitar At Daytona Bike Week
During the upcoming Daytona Bike Week, the Sturgis Buffalo Chip will reveal its official 2014 Sturgis Rider Sweepstakes Victory motorcycle and matching Epiphone guitar for the first time. This annual sweepstakes is a chance for one fan to ride off on a Ness-customized Victory Motorcycle, complete with a matching Les Paul Studio Epiphone Guitar.
The Victory Motorcycle factory display at the Daytona International Speedway will showcase the bike and guitar March 8-16, and rally-goers are encouraged to stop by the free display to register for this sought-after prize package. No purchase is necessary to win this bike and guitar, just register to win. If you can’t make it to Daytona, you can register online at www.BuffaloChip.com. The Buffalo Chip will award the bike and guitar to the sweepstakes winner during its annual Motorcycle and Music Festival this August.
“This year’s bike is loaded up with the best of the best from Arlen Ness,” exclaims builder, Cory Ness. “We started at the front with our new Beveled 23” billet wheel, 6 degree raked trees and a 23” Ness front fender. We added some Ness ape hanger handlebars and Fusion grips to give the bike some additional attitude. We also stretched the tank to accept the custom leather seat from Le Pera. The rest of the bike is covered in Ness Beveled accessories. I’m confident this bike is going to make someone very, very happy.”
The Sturgis Rider Sweepstakes bike and guitar both feature matching custom paint jobs courtesy of award-winning painter, Kirk Taylor of Custom Design Studios. With a traditional design in mind, “I immediately thought of ‘California Kid,’ a traditional iconic hot rod from the ’70s. It was a ’34 Ford that was black with orange flames and white pin stripes. I didn’t think you could get much more traditional than that. The guitar and bike will be both a basic black with a pearlized orange flame and a white stripe, and the custom guitar is named the ‘California Kid.’”
Those interested in registering for the Sturgis Rider Sweepstakes following Daytona Bike Week may do so on the Buffalo Chip website or by visiting participating rider-friendly businesses. The Sturgis Buffalo Chip will randomly select one fan to receive the Victory motorcycle and Epiphone guitar on the main stage during its 33rd annual Motorcycle and Music Festival on Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014. For more information or to enter online for a chance to win, visit www.BuffaloChip.com