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Harley to Crown Number One Custom In ANZ

Harley-Davidson will follow up the success of their recent Breakout Boss competition with a new custom motorcycle competition in 2024 dubbed the Number One competition.

The newly announced Number One competition will open up the contest to more categories of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, with Harley owners from across Australia and New Zealand welcomed to enter their bikes to compete for the title of Number One Harley-Davidson.

The Breakout Boss competition, Harley-Davidson’s first in recent years, saw a wide range of entrants from all corners of the country and saw a community of enthusiasts spring up and become vocal in their support for entrants and love for the iconic model.

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While a winner was announced – Glen Couper from Western Australia – the competition left many customers asking ‘What’s Next?’. The iconic brand has today answered the call, announcing a bigger and better competition with an expansion of judging categories, allowing more Harley-Davidson owners in Australia and New Zealand to enter than ever before, celebrating the history, custom culture and evolution of the Motor Company.

Breakout Boss saw Glen Couper crowned as the BreakoutTM Boss following six rounds of stiff competition. Glen not only took home bragging rights as Breakout Boss, but he also scored the grand prize that included a unique Breakout Boss plaque to commemorate the victory, a custom Breakout Boss fuel tank, a $2,500 Harley-Davidson apparel voucher, a feature in Heavy Duty Magazine and promotion on Harley-Davidson’s social media channels.

This year, Harley-Davidson will be awarding three category winners, all decided by public vote. The category winners will then face off against each other in the finale, with the ultimate decision to be made by a panel of judges with decades of experience in motorcycling and motorcycle customisation.

Those judges will include Luke Mansfield – VP of Motorcycle Management, Harley-Davidson, Nigel Keough – Managing Director, Harley-Davidson ANZ, Dan Lesnock – Technical Lead, Harley-Davidson ANZ, Mick Withers – Owner/Editor – Heavy Duty Magazine and Miles ‘Pugs’ Rangeley – Editor – Live To Ride Magazine

The competition will open for submissions on January 15th 2024 and is open for one month only. There will be three rounds for each category, with 14 bikes per category being shortlisted for the public vote. The judging panel will then award three winners in each category to win in Finals Week occurring from the 1st to 5th of April 2024. Winners.

Glen Couper's Breakout Boss Winner
Glen Couper’s Breakout Boss Winner


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