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COMPETITION: Wanna ride an iconic GT Continental this weekend?

The all-new Royal Enfield GT Continental was launched in September 2013
The all-new Royal Enfield GT Continental was launched in September 2013
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by Philip Lovegrove

The world's oldest motorcycle company, Royal Enfield, is giving one lucky MotorbikeTimes reader the fantastic opportunity to take part in its 'Top to Tip' challenge this weekend (10-11 May) - and it's all in aid of charity!

50 years after its first ever 24-hour 'Top to Tip' sprint ride, the iconic brand is recreating the celebrated ride from John O' Groats to Land's End and the winner of our competition will be taking part, riding an all-new GT Continental - the lightest, fastest, and most powerful Royal Enfield bike in production, which was launched in September 2013 - along the route.

On top of all of this, you will also get to see motorcycle legend John Cooper take part in a lap of honour at Silverstone on the Sunday.

Royal Enfield has teamed up with social enterprise charity Riders for Health (who use well maintained motorcycles, ambulances and other four-wheel vehicles to deliver health care in seven countries across Africa) and motorcycle racers and enthusiasts to take part in the event and we here at MotorbikeTimes cannot wait to take part as well.

There will be five teams - six riders in each - who will form a relay, changing over at pre-determined points along the route. The aim for the riders is to reach Land's End in less than 24 hours.

As part of this unbelievable prize, the chosen rider will also be provided with free transport and hotel accommodation.

For your chance to take to part in this once in a lifetime opportunity, please email lisa.hale@tangerinepr.com with your name, your address and your telephone number.

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