Are you still sporting the same riding gear you bought back in 1997?? Is your bike lacking a few cool components to finally make it your own?
If this describes you, then you MUST ENTER NOW for the GARAGE-Girls Ultimate Biker Makeover!
How do I enter?
It’s easy. Simply send an image (.jpeg) of you along with your motorcycle and a 600 word or less essay describing why you are in dire need of an Ultimate Biker Makeover. Submissions must contain .jpeg image 150dpi or higher no larger than 5mb along with essay sent to email@example.com with the title of “2014 Ultimate Biker Makeover Submission”. Deadline for entries is July 18th 2014. On August 24th 2014, The winner which will be selected by staff at Garage-Girls will be announced. Prizes will ship direct to the winner no later than September 17th, 2014.
Who can enter?
You must be 18 years of age or older to participate and a resident of the United States. No purchase necessary. See full Official Rules and Regulations for details.
This contest is open to anyone that feels she needs a Biker Makeover. Maybe your still wearing the same leather jacket from 15 years ago, maybe your riding boots have no soles left, maybe luck hasn’t been on your side for some time and this could really help boost your life!
What are the judges looking for?
Submissions will be evaluated on the following criteria, weighed equally:
• Relevance of overall need of a Biker Makeover
• Overall creativity
The judges will be looking for cool, innovative images and words that bring your story to life and demonstrate how a Biker Makeover will benefit you.
How are the winners chosen?
Employees at Garage-Girls carefully review each contest entry, each judge will make their selection of 2 entries. All picks will then be sent back to all judges for a final vote. The 1 with the highest number of votes will be determined the winner of the Garage-Girls Ultimate Biker Makeover.
IN MEMORY OF JED…………..
We would like to dedicate this years contest again to the memory of 2009 winner Kristin Buckley’s son Jed Smith. Jed was diagnosed at age 4 with Leukemia, he fought a long, tough, hard battle and never once gave up spirit! On Jan 3rd 2010 Jed passed away with his mom Kristin at his side. Please take a moment to visit THON a wonderful effort that raises funds and awareness for the fight against pediatric cancer. With the support of students from all across the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and THON Alumni all around the world, THON continues to make great strides towards finding a cure for all childhood cancers!