Ride3 Wants to Know What Being a Biker Means to You
Tell Ride3 what riding means to you for a chance to win a trip to the Ducati factory and museum
Do you like riding? Do you like video games? Do you like both? You're the ones I want to talk with, so huddle up. If your love of motorcycles translates to video games, you probably already know about the upcoming game RIDE3. Set to be released in October 2018, it's the third installment of the RIDE series launched for the first time in 2015. The third issue will feature 230 bikes and a total of 30 urban, country, and race tracks. Excited yet? You could actually get your copy of RIDE3 for free with a little something on the side. Something like oh, I don't know, a tour of the Ducati factory in Italy?
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From now until November 5, 2018, you could win a trip to Italy to visit the Ducati factory or some Ducati-branded goodies. No, you don't have to send in a lock of your hair and a document signed with your blood to participate, all you have to do is hit Instagram and follow the @RideVideogame account.
Then, all you have to do, is answer the question "What does being biker really means to you?" in the comments. Easy right?
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A panel of judges will review the comments and choose three winners based on a number of criteria including originality and how amusing and thoughtful their comments are. The first place winner will fly out to Bologna, Italy, for a tour of the Ducati factory and museum. Their comment will also appear in RIDE3's end credits. The second position will receive Ducati technical gear and third position, Ducati paraphernalia. All three winners will also receive a free copy of RIDE3.
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Note that the comments must be submitted in English, and if you feel inspired you can submit more than one comment—just as long as each comment is unique, so no shortcuts by copying your original message. If you don't have an Instagram, you might want to get on it because YouTube or Facebook comments won't cut it. The winners of the contest will be contacted personally via Instagram direct message. So, what does being a biker mean to you?