Harley-Davidson Announces 'Get Down to Daytona' Contest

Harley-Davidson has announced a new "Get Down to Daytona" contest for women riders, in which women can submit videos about their greatest motorcycle mentor story for a chance to win an expense paid road trip from Atlanta to Daytona Bike Week with Karen Davidson, great-granddaughter of William A. Davidson, one of the company's founders.

To enter, women need to get their inner director revving and create an inspirational and artistic 90-second or less video highlighting their greatest motorcycle mentor story. The video is a chance for a woman to thank her mentor for helping her start her motorcycle journey, improve her riding skills or try new challenges on a motorcycle.

Videos should be submitted to harley-davidson.com/womensride and will be accepted until 6 p.m. CST Nov. 15. To be eligible, women must have received their motorcycle license after Nov. 14, 2005, and must own a Harley-Davidson or Buell motorcycle.

Six finalists will be chosen and posted to the website Nov. 26. Online viewer voting will begin at this time and the last day to vote will be Dec. 10. Men and women are eligible to vote.

Once the voting period has ended, three "Get Down to Daytona" winners will be announced Dec. 14. Those lucky ladies as well as one guest each will receive an expense paid road trip from Atlanta to Daytona in March 2008 as well as three nights stay in Daytona, just in time for Bike Week.

To enter:
  • Log on to to harley-davidson.com/womensride and click on the ?Get Down to Daytona ?08? link.
  • Submit a 90-second or less video describing how your mentor helped you improve your confidence and riding skills. Also describe what riding means to you.