DRAPER — If you love riding motorcycles, you're not alone. And if you have ever gotten into an accident on your bike, well you are probably not alone in that either and you probably should call Law Tigers.
“We're your local Motorcycle Accident Attorneys,” says Law Tigers Marketing Manager Scott Hendrickson. “All we do is just focus on the rider, all we do is motorcycle accidents. We really know what the rider needs, because we are the rider.” The Law Tigers Firm is all about taking care of people and now, they want to get one lucky person on the road with a brand-new Kawasaki Vulcan motorcycle for Free!
“We partnered up with, with Moto United,” says Hendrickson. “They donated the bike, and we partnered up with them, and Raw Tin Garage, they did the pinstriping and the paint on it. We're just here to give it away to some lucky guy or girl.”
The cool thing about this motorcycle is it retails for around $18,000 and it has all the bells and whistles you would need to get out there and have a great ride. But here's the kicker, you've got to be a Utah resident to enter and win.
Jeff Ramirez, the Sales Manager of Moto United is excited about the partnership with Law Tigers and the giveaway.
“It's an awesome bike. It’s a Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero. It's a fuel injected 1700 cc V-twin that delivers high level torque with a powerful and distinct V-twin feel. We chose this bike because it's got this bike because it has an elegant look to it but it's still a macho bike, with the Cobra pipes on it, good lines, nice low windshield...It's just a really fun bike to ride.”
The contest runs till October 18th and folks can register to win both online here or by stopping into the Moto United store in Draper. Hendrickson is excited for someone to take this prize home and he says that whoever gets this bike... it’s going to make their life a little bit better.
“There's a saying that the motorcycles never in front of a therapists office, because this is total therapy for you. You're having a bad day, jump on the bike, go for just a small ride, whether it's around the block, or all the way up the canyon and everything's just fine. The days are better, the nights are better, life is just better on a motorcycle.”