You now have an opportunity to win a Triumph Bonneville Bobber motorcycle. Hard Rock Hotel Penang is giving away this beautifully crafted 1,200cc motorcycle worth RM 74,990 as the Grand Prize in its ‘Rock ‘N Ride’ contest. Guests who spend more than RM 250 at Hard Rock Café Penang are entitled to submit an entry when they visit the café. Contest entries are accepted until 14 December 2017; the draw will be held on 15 December at the Hard Rock Café Penang. Besides this Grand Prize, Hard Rock is also giving out hotel stays – 3D2N in Casa Del Mar, Langkawi (2nd Prize) and 2D1N at Hard Rock Hotel Penang.
All Malaysian citizens, permanent residents and expats living in Malaysia who are legally able to register and insure a motorcycle, are entitled to enter this ‘Rock ‘N Ride’ contest.
Dato’ Razak Al-Malique Hussain, Chief Executive Officer of Fast Bikes Sdn Bhd, official importer and distributor of Triumph motorcycles in Malaysia, said the company is honored to be able to work together on this promotion with Hard Rock Café Penang. “This joint promotion will allow us to explore the various synergies from Triumph and also Hard Rock Café Penang, both being established global brand names,” he said.
For Fast Bikes Sdn Bhd, Razak said that there was a growing interest, and the appeal of modern classic motorcycles has been growing steadily with many manufacturers bringing new models into the local market. He said Triumph Bonneville Bobber was the latest most successful new model launch ever from the British motorcycle brand and believes it will add much excitement for the ‘Rock ‘N Ride’ contest.
The Bonneville Bobber is a genuine factory custom motorcycle. It perfectly encapsulates the minimalistic styling principles, muscular stance and purposeful engineering attitude of a genuine Bobber. The bike is truly iconic with unparalleled heritage, attitude and desirability – beautifully styled with hot rod minimalism.
John Primmer, General Manager of Hard Rock Hotel Penang said that the contest has drawn quite a number of guests to view the iconic motorcycle that is being displayed at the Café. “We are quite happy with the response we have been receiving from the public for a contest that has just been launched two weeks ago,” John said.