Shannons is offering motoring enthusiasts the chance to win an all-new 2019 Indian FTR TM 1200 S Motorcycle in Race Replica colours.

Valued at $24,995 the prize includes all on-road costs and 12 months comprehensive insurance.

The FTRTM 1200 S is Indian’s flat tracker for the street, inspired by the FTR750 race bike. 

The 1200 S features a trellis frame, rear swing arm and chain final-drive are just a few of the features drawn from the FTR750.

Sporting a powerful new liquid-cooled 1203cc V-Twin engine, the 123 HP and 85 ft-lbs of low end torque makes every rider feel like a pro with a twist of the throttle.

Adding to the design are a host of premium features and ride-enhancing technologies including full LED lighting, a 4.3-inch customisable Ride Command LCD touch screen and cruise control.

Also up for grabs is a 15-day trip for two to the 2020 Goodwood Revival, one of the biggest historic motorsport events in the world!

The trip begins with three nights in London before collecting your F-Pace Jaguar hire car for a tour of the English countryside, with 

stops at historic locations and unique motoring museums on route to the 3-day 2020 Goodwood Revival including:

  • Williams F1 Museum
  • British Motor Museum
  • Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works
  • Morgan Motor Factory Driving Experience
  • Beaulieu National Motoring Museum

How do you enter? Simple, get a quote from Shannons for your bike, car or home insurance.

Every eligible quote gives you an extra chance in the draw.

Take out a new Motor Policy for your bike or car, and you will get five entries in the draw. Take out a new Home & Contents policy or have an existing Home & Contents Policy, and you will get 10 entries in the draw.

Competition closes December 13. Form terms and conditions see here

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Chris Riley has been a journalist for almost 40 years. He has spent half of his career as a writer, editor and production editor in newspapers, the rest of the time driving and writing about cars both in print and online. His love affair with cars began as a teenager with the purchase of an old VW Beetle, followed by another Beetle and a string of other cars on which he has wasted too much time and money. A self-confessed geek, he’s not afraid to ask the hard questions - at the risk of sounding silly.