WIN this BRAND NEW
Custom 114 Softail Breakout
Here’s your chance to win this Custom Breakout for our CHRISTMAS draw… just in time for summer rides!
It’s all about the kids!
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3 for $50
7 for $100
15 for $200
45 for $400
About The Bike
23” 52 spoke chrome front wheel stainless steel spokes. (Wheels supplied by Big Daddy Customs Qld)
18” 52 spoke chrome rear wheel stainless steel spokes
Chrome SIK Rear Tail Tidy
Stage 1 with Vance & Hines Big Curve Radius Chrome Pipes
Drawn on December 17th at 12:00pm
Your entry provides you with access to our Trade Partners discount offers.
Discount codes will be on your confirmation email
All You Need To Know
Limited to 5,000 entries
YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE PRESENT AT THE DRAW
WINNER WILL BE CONTACTED ON THE DAY OF THE DRAW
IN THE EVENT WINNER IS UNABLE TO BE FOUND WITHIN 3 MONTHS, A NEW DRAW WILL BE CARRIED OUT AND WINNER NOTIFIED
RESULTS WILL BE POSTED TO OUR WEBSITE & FACEBOOK PAGE
WINNER RECEIVES FREE DELIVERY TO NEAREST HARLEY-DAVIDSON DEALERSHIP
Includes all on-road costs
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO SOUTHERN CROSS KIDS’ CAMPS
Southern Cross Kids’ Camps (SCKC) interrupts the cycle of abuse and neglect in primary aged children by providing life transforming camps across Australia.
It could be you making memories this Christmas/summer riding this 2022 Custom 114 Softail Breakout – at the same time, your entry will help us continue to give the kids a ‘week of happy memories’ at one of our many camps around Australia.
Most of the kids that come on our camps are referred to us through the Foster Care system – your support in this draw helps change kids’ lives – thank you!
“There’s no doubt camp changed my life. It gave me happy memories to hold onto when I went home. I had hope that things were going to get better and that I had the power to make good decisions that would keep me on the right path.”
“SCKC lifted me up when I was down, gave me a week of happiness that I’ll never forget and helped me to build a life full of happiness and joy.”
“If I could quote anything it would be that SCKC was a place I could belong and feel like I was loved when I’d never known that feeling before.”