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SIT ON A SIX BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE!

You could win Honda’s spectacular CBR600RR supersport machine by simply booking a test ride on one at an authorised Honda dealer before the end of September.

That means there’s less than six weeks to go before the end of Honda (UK)’s summer campaign in which bikers have the chance to win a CBR600RR or any other Honda motorcycle of their dreams!

To get your hands on a brand-new Honda, all you have to do is get your behind on one of Honda’s extensive fleet of demo bikes. As well as experiencing the exceptional quality of a Honda, anyone test riding a demo bike this summer at any Honda dealer across the UK can enter into a prize draw where they could win any one of Honda’s 36 road machines, including the CBR600RR which is currently first and second in the Metabo British Supersport 600 Championship.

As well as the CBR, the winner will have a choice of the full range of Honda’s 36 road machines. This includes award-winning scooters like the FES125 Pantheon*, naked bikes like the CB900F Hornet, adventure-sport bikes like the Varadero, sports-tourers like the versatile VFR800, cruisers like the mighty VTX1800, sports bikes like the awesome CBR1000RR Fireblade and tourers like the luxurious £17,000 GL1800 GoldWing.

All-in-all, there’s never been a better time to test-ride a Honda! The deal runs until 30 September. For full details of the locations of all 149 dealers go to www.honda.co.uk/motorcycles and click on the ‘Dealer Search’
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Note: In statistics released by the Department of Transport, motorcycle casualties are at their lowest for seven years. The last year has seen a 10 per cent reduction in the overall number of motorcycle casualties, with a 13 per cent reduction in the number of seriously injured on Britain’s roads and a further 16 per cent reduction in the number of fatalities. The number of miles travelled by motorcyclists has increased by 37 per cent since 2003, showing that motorcycling is getting safer mile-by-mile.
 

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