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March’s Free Motorcycle Mojo Magazine Subscription

win free motorcycle magazine subscriptionAs you already know, 2013 is the year of the Mojo! To celebrate, YouMotorcycle is giving away one free Motorcycle Mojo magazine subscription every month!

Lynn MacCallumFebruary’s winner is Lynn MacCallum, who said:
“Thank you……..thank you! Can’t believe I actually won something!”
Lynn was on her way out when she caught our email but has promised us she’ll send in a little biography about herself, her motorcycle, and her favorite ride.

Lynn won simply by liking YouMotorcycle on Facebook. That’s it. There were only 35 entries for our first giveaway, meaning the odds were pretty good.

If you think you’d like to win a free one year subscription to Motorcycle Mojo magazine, I recommend you enter by one of these three ways:

  • Like us on Facebook.
  • Follow us on Twitter.
  • Join the monthly newsletter.

The more ways you enter, the better your odds are of winning!

Once you’ve Liked, Followed, or Joined, please be sure to check it off in the box below to validate your entry. The winner will be announced on the last day of each month.

It’s great to see a Canadian motorcycle businesses like Mojo helping their local motorcycle community intiatives by throwing their support our way. I first signed up for Motorcycle Mojo a few years ago, after opting not to renew my subscription to another motorcycle magazine. I signed up for one year, and renewed for two after that. Later on, as YouMotorcycle on Twitter, I began tweeting a lot with Motorcycle Mojo. This led to me getting to hang out with Martin and the rest of Mojo team at the past two Toronto International Motorcycle Shows.

Thank you again to the Motorcycle Mojo crew for throwing your support behind the local Canadian online motorcycle community.

Adrian S.
YouMotorcycle

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YouMotorcycle is a lifestyle motorcycle blog to be appreciated by those who see motorcycling as a lifestyle and not simply a hobby, sport, or method of transportation. Most of the posts on the site are written by past and present motorcycle industry staff. We remain fiercely independent, innovative, and unconventional. Our goal is to encourage more people to enjoy the world's greatest outdoor sport by helping new riders get started and inspiring current riders to get out more. We motorcycle, do You?

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