Here are the specific terms and conditions for the Ducati Longtermer competition. Further terms and conditions can be found at www.mortonsdirect.co.uk/fastbikes/2010/03/01/competitions_terms_and_conditions/
By taking part in this Competition, you agree to be bound by the Competition Rules which are summarised below but can be viewed in full at www.futureplc.com/futurenet/competition-rules/. Entries must be made on the official entry form and be received by midnight on 04/05/2014. Open to mainland United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland residents (this excludes the Channel Islands) over the age of 25 years holding a valid Bike Licence, except employees of Future and any party involved in the competition or their households By entering the Competition you give permission to use your name, likeness and personal information in connection with the Competition and for promotional purposes. The winner must declare their full riding history and any points on their licence. There will be 1(one) winner who is entitled to a long-term test drive of three (3) Ducati bikes, each for successive periods of up to two (2) months (collectively the “Test Drive”). The dates of the Test Drive are subject to reasonable change at Future’s discretion. The winner will be entitled to test drive only one bike at a time. The prize includes insurance subject to the winner paying the excess of £500 should a claim need to be made. The bikes will be made available from the nearest dealership to the winner. The prize does not include transportation costs to or from the bike dealership, petrol, or other consumables such as oil, helmet, or clothing. During the Test Drive the winner shall write a monthly column by deadline which is to feature in Fast Bike (between 500-700 words with a photo of the bike); and provide on a weekly basis either a written (500 words) or video blog (minimum 2 minutes in length) for feature online by Future and Ducati UK (collectively the “Submissions”). Up to ten (10) people will be selected at random from all valid entries received to enter the final stage of the competition and shall be notified by email or telephone and asked to submit either a written blog or video blog on a topic of their choice. The final winner will then be selected based on a combination of writing style, creativity and originality and shall be notified by email or telephone. The winner must accept, sign and comply with all terms of Ducati UK. The prize is non-transferable and non-refundable. There is no cash alternative. Future reserves the right in its sole discretion to substitute the prize with a prize of comparable value.
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Participating in this competition shall not create any form of employment between the winner and Future Publishing. The winner must not hold themselves out as being employed, associated or affiliated with Future in any way. Future retain the right to take the prize away from the winner at any point should the winner not fulfil their obligations under these Competition Rules. All content contained in the Submissions shall be created by the winner and shall not contain any content which is not owned by the winner; or which Future decides is offensive, derogatory, objectionable, or inappropriate. The winner shall assign all rights in the Submissions to Future. Future may edit, adapt or change the Submissions at its discretion.
The winner acknowledges and agrees that neither Future or any Competition sponsor(s) or any of their employees, agents or subcontractors shall have any liability to you whatsoever in connection with your use and/or possession of your prize, provided that nothing in these Competition Rules shall exclude or limit the liability of any party for personal injury or death caused by negligence or for anything else which cannot be excluded or limited by law. The winner shall be liable for all claims and rights of action howsoever arising in respect of any claim, including but not limited to parking and road traffic fines, resulting from the winner’s use of the bikes during the Test Drive. The bikes supplied are for road use only and are not permitted to be used on a circuit or race-track. Nothing in these terms will give the winner any right of ownership over the bikes and they shall not be permitted to retain possession of the bikes other than as set out in these terms, and the winner shall not sell, allow to use or pass possession of the bikes to any other person. The winner shall keep the bikes in a locked garage.Enjoy more Fast Bikes reading in the monthly magazine. Click here to subscribe.