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Old 05-23-2010, 05:42 PM   #1
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Win a three-day ride with Rossi and Agostini!

Win a three-day ride with Rossi and Agostini!
Special Dainese/AGV competition runs from 20 May - 20 July

ITALIAN MOTORCYCLE clothing giants Dainese and AGV are giving 40 lucky winners a once in a life-time opportunity to ride with three of the world's most famous race stars of the past and present: Giacomo Agostini, Valentino Rossi and Kevin Schwantz.

The lucky winners will ride on a range of machines provided by three of the most iconic marques in motorcycling: Ducati, MV Agusta and Triumph.

This unique and special competition will be running from 20 May - 20 July and open to those purchasing a Dainese garment from any Dainese flagship store, top dealer or on the website,

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The lucky group of winners will set out on Monday 13 September from Dainese's headquarters in Vicenza where, after a visit to the past, present and future symbols of the Company, Dainese technicians will speak about protection and will give some advice about choosing suitable equipment to offer maximum safety while out on the road. The group will then head off on the tour, passing through the Apennies, along the historic racing roads to the Mugello Basin. On through the rolling hills and olive vines of the Tuscan landscape, joined along the way by Agostini, Rossi and Schwantz who will ride for one day each over the three-day adventure.

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Old 05-23-2010, 10:56 PM   #2
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i wouldnt wanna ride with people who ride their bikes in such an unsafe and highspeed manner on the street.
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