For a chance to win a Modern Classic, styled by D*Face, from Triumph all you have to do is book a Test Ride on a Modern Classic machine from the Triumph Spirit of 59 Webpage before 30th April 2018. D*Face is a London based bike enthusiast and one of the world's foremost contemporary artists.
1959 was a landmark year, the Triumph Bonneville, that had debuted in 1958 was being sold in dealerships around the world and the post-war austerity was ending with more and more people being able to afford some of the world's best motorcycles of the time.
All three machines that are prizes are hand-painted by D*Face and each is a different Modern Classic model. The 'Bobcat' is based on a Bonneville Bobber, the 'Spirit of 59' looks like a Bonneville T120, and the 'Raceface' is a Thruxton. All the machines also have a number of accessories fitted so you're not winning a base model with a custom paint job.
Triumph are also trying to get people who test ride a Modern Classic to post a picture of them on the bike they test ride with the #Spiritof59 hashtag - but you don't have to do that to have a chance of winning, just book a test ride on the webpage.
The competition is available in the USA and Europe - and with just three machines up for grabs there may not be a great chance of winning one... but you have to be in it to win it.