During Coronavirus we are distributing prize draw cards by post. If you wish to receive a prize draw card for your chance to win a motorbike, please email your name and full address including postcode to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that unless you indicate otherwise your email will also be added to our weekly prize draw email notification.
Prize draw cards are distributed to clients and are available to the public, free of charge, by attending the White Dalton stand or van at any of the motorbike shows we are at.
The winning number is displayed on our website from 5pm every Friday and changes each week. If you have that lucky number you must show the card to us before 5pm the following Friday to claim the motorcycle. Alternatively you can claim the motorcycle by phoning us with your details as long as you have pre-registered your card. For full rules see the FAQ below.
The prize bike is pristine and available for inspection at our offices by pre-arranged appointment. Numbers are drawn at random by computer.
You must claim the motorcycle before the number changes, either by producing the card or confirming your pre-registered details. If you do not claim the prize before a new number is publicised on the White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors website, you will be deemed to have forfeited the prize.
So, when you get a White Dalton prize draw card keep hold of it!! It could be your ticket to a brand new motorbike. Prize draw cards dating back to when we started in 2004 are still valid for the current draw so keep checking your number each week.
Pre-register your card(s)
Prize Draw FAQ
Because we want motorcyclists to know who we are and what we do - and a free motorbike is a great attention grabber.
We are such a specialist firm that we do not need to talk to anyone other than motorcyclists, so rather than pay for expensive advertising, it is actually cheaper for us to give away brand new motorbikes which attracts our client group.
We plan to run the competition for the forseeable future
No. Even the number to call us on is freephone.
Sell it! Once you win it, it is yours to do with as you please. We deliberately do not register the motorbike so you can sell it as unregistered or you can register it for a new registration.
You have to check the website weekly and collect the motorbike. You must also present the winning card or confirm pre-registered details before the number changes at 5:00pm every Friday.
Check the website weekly - the number changes ever Friday and if you miss it you can't back-date the claim. All of our winners have been people who checked on a weekly basis and you could use our email alert system to help remind you. Don't forget that your card, whether it's multiple cards collected from various shows across the years or just the one, has every chance of being a winner as all our cards, no matter how old are still in the computerised system. Some people have pooled their cards and propose to share the motorbike - and the responsibility of the weekly check. Whatever you do the basic message is check every week!
Yes! Click here for the previous winners
Every competition must have rules and we have already experienced enough false attempts to claim the prize to know that our genuine winners need to be protected. This competition is open to UK residents only. Overseas entries will not be considered.
The winning number is displayed on our website and is changed every Friday at 5.00pm. To claim the prize you must do so before the number changes, either:
- show the card to an authorised person at White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors; or
- ring in with the number where this has been pre-registered.
Where claiming the prize contact should, in the first instance, be made by telephone between the hours of 9.00am – 5.30pm Monday to Friday on 0800 783 6191. Our switchboard closes at 5pm but you can leave a message.
Once the number has changed no claim can be brought under a previous winning number. If you do not claim the prize before a new number is publicised on the White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors website, you will be deemed to have forfeited the prize.
The winner must provide their name and address to claim the prize and the winning card must be produced either to claim the prize or at the time of collection, depending on how the prize is claimed. The motorcycle must be collected from our premises by pre-arranged appointment within 8 weeks and there is no cash alternative. Details of the winner are published on our website and it is a condition of collection of the prize that you consent to this.
White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors does not accept any responsibility for late or lost entries due to the internet or postal service. Proof of posting is not proof of receipt.
White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors provide a winning number notification service. No liability or responsibility is accepted for notifying entrants of the winning number and pre-registration of a card places no obligation on White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors to identify or notify the winner of the fact that their number has been drawn.
The competition must be entered in to in the utmost good faith by all parties. If, in the opinion of the partners of White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors, there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that the winning ticket has been obtained improperly or tampered with it shall be held invalid and their decision as to its validity shall be final. Fraudulent attempts to claim the prize will be reported to the police.
White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors are authorised to use entrants' personal details for the purposes of administering this competition and for marketing purposes only. They will not publish them or provide them to anyone without your permission.
Any decision of the partners of White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors with regard to application of these rules is final and no correspondence will be entered in to.
This competition is not open to employees or contractors of White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors, their family or friends.
White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors reserves the right to cancel this competition at any time. These rules are governed by the laws of England and Wales. Entrants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and agreed to be bound by them when entering this competition.