Win Dime City Cycles Bonnie, Aid Wellspring
Monday, June 24, 2013
Who wouldn't love to own this contemporary cafe racer customized by Dime City Cycles and help out the Wellspring Foundation and its Peruvian orphanage while you're at it? Now's your chance in the annual Dime City Cycles/Iron & Air giveaway.
We got wind from Jason Paul Michaels of Dime City Cycles
about a fantastic collaboration between Triumph Motorcycles, Dime City Cycles, Iron & Air Magazine
and the Wellspring Outreach. Last year we shared with readers about the 1978 CB750 Herm and Jason built as a giveaway to help promote the launch of Iron & Air Magazine. Now they’ve got another giveaway in the works, this one based on a Triumph Bonneville T100 that’s received the Dime City Cycles’ treatment, from a DCC racer seat to rearsets, polished aluminum velocity stacks, upgraded suspension from Progressive to a British Customs Predator Exhaust.
But this year, their giveaway
takes on special meaning because they’re aiming to help out Neale Bayly’s Wellspring Foundation
to boot. Bayly is a fellow motojournalist we know well and the Wellspring Foundation is a project he started up that benefits a children’s orphanage in Peru. So during the registration process, you can make a little donation that will go a long way in the lives of children who could really use a bit of magnanimity to fall their way. And one lucky person is going to win a rippin’ 2013 Triumph Bonneville CR.
Here’s a bit more info courtesy of Dime City Cycles’
website. And if you can, be sure to send a few dollars Wellspring’s way. It’s a good thing Neale is doing. Besides being a madman on a motorcycle, he’s a father with a big heart and good intentions and every dollar counts. Good luck!
“Forged from a passion to live in the days when men were men and speed was speed, Dime City Cycles & Iron & Air Magazine has partnered with Triumph Motorcycles, British Customs, Progressive Suspension and The Speed Merchant to bring you the 2013 Triumph Bonneville CR. It’s fitted with an aftermarket accessory ensemble to customize and individualize your modern Triumph Classic in honor of the Gods of Speed.
“Starting with a base model Bonneville T100, we tore into the British machine with a goal of making it a sleeker and a higher performer than it’s big brother, the Thruxton. No expense or time was spared when it came to developing the DCC Originals line of CR products. Every single nook and cranny was explored, each piece refined again and again, and road tested for over a year. The end result, what you see here – a truly retro-styled modern classic. And this one in particular, we’re giving away to one of you.”
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