Win a copy of Motocourse book!

Posted: 31 Dec 2012

What better way to see in the New Year than with a free copy of the
world’s best motorcycle race annual?
Well, luckily for you, we’ve got seven copies of the world’s biggest
and best bike racing annual to giveaway.
Each copy of Motocourse 2012-2013 is a 300-page hardback
celebration of MotoGP, World Superbike, British Superbikes, the Isle
of Man TT and AMA. It’s a must for any dedicated race fan.
The historic book is now in its 37th year of publication and features
stunning images from the best photographers in bikesport, plus in-depth race, personality and
technical insight from the greatest writers in their field, including the likes of Mike Scott, one of the
most respected writers in motorcycle journalism, and MCN’s Matthew Birt.
This issue features insight into all the teams and riders in the elite bike sports and focuses race by
race on the season that unfolded in 2012, including our own Bennetts-backed MotoGP superhero
Cal Crutchlow who ended up finishing seventh in the MotoGP world championship.
Terms and Conditions: http://www.bennetts.co.uk/motocourse-annual-2012-competition-terms-
and-conditions/

What better way to see in the New Year than with a free copy of the world’s best motorcycle race annual?

Well, luckily for you, we’ve got seven copies of the world’s biggest and best bike racing annual to giveaway.

Each copy of Motocourse 2012-2013 is a 300-page hardback celebration of MotoGP, World Superbike, British Superbikes, the Isle of Man TT and AMA. It’s a must for any dedicated race fan.The historic book is now in its 37th year of publication and features stunning images from the best photographers in bikesport, plus in-depth race, personality and technical insight from the greatest writers in their field, including the likes of Mike Scott, one of the most respected writers in motorcycle journalism, and MCN’s Matthew Birt.

This issue features insight into all the teams and riders in the elite bike sports and focuses race by race on the season that unfolded in 2012, including our own Bennetts-backed MotoGP superhero Cal Crutchlow who ended up finishing seventh in the MotoGP world championship.

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