[CLOSED] Wanna Ride a Harley?

Harley Davidson and Father’s Day – how could I say no? Well considering I lost my friend to a hit and run bike accident 2 years ago, a part of me feels like I’ve gone totally mad. This really is the exception to the ‘I hate motorbikeS’ rule. I guess I love loving my Dad and wanting to make him them more than I miss my friend. (Is there logic in that?)

Harley DavidsonWHY NOW?

Look, there’s no two ways about it. Harley Davidson is one of the most iconic motor bike brands of all time. Most Harley owners would put their bikes first before their family members dog, before allowing anything to happen to it. Not only are the owners incredibly protective and proud of their bikes, Harley Davidson even made bicycles at one time in America. They are really well groomed machines (if machines could be groomed) and for some reason I just couldn’t say no to the thought of a Father and son (or daughter) enjoying a beautiful coastal bike ride…


Groupon LogoWith Groupon South Africa, you save R701 on a two-hour chauffeured coastal Harley Davidson tour for one, valued at R1, 200. A two-hour tour for two will cost you R960 on Groupon South Africa, a total saving of R1, 440.

BUT! This Father’s Day, they’re giving one lucky reader the opportunity to win the experience for themselves and their Dad!


To WIN: (Enter on either platform or both).

Harley Davidson Cape TownTWITTER:

  • Follow me on Twitter (@BCTCBlog)
  • Follow @GrouponZA on Twitter
  • Complete & tweet the following sentence to me, “Don’t hate bikes @BCTCBlog because…#HarleyExp”
  • Remember to include the hashtag.


  • LIKE BCTCBlog PAGE on Facebook.
  • LIKE this competition POST.
  • Tell me why I should like bikes.

Winners will be announced on Tuesday the 17th of June 2014 via comment on the Facebook post or Twitter.

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1 Comment

  • BCTCBlog you shouldnt hate Bikes because they are really just as dangerous as cars and in actual fact less dangerous than cars, they are also insanely difficult to ride haha so it takes skill to be a biker. I too have lost a loved one to a motor bike accident, but he definitely left this world the way he always wanted to and he left us happy. Who are we to judge…..

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