Women Riders Now Giveaway: Win a Free Set of HeliBars!

Win these sportbike or sport tourer bars priced up to $299

Attention, sportbike riders and sport tourers looking to boost performance on the street and track. The replacement handlebars from HeliBars add comfort, race-ready looks, and razor-sharp handling to sportbikes—and a pair can be yours for free with the latest Women Riders Now (WRN) giveaway.
From January 15 to February 28, 2013, WRN readers can fill out the simple form below for a chance to win a gift certificate for a set of HeliBars priced up to $299. HeliBars provide motorcyclists with better handling ergonomics without distracting from the excitement of riding. Whats better, theyre easy to install, in most cases retaining stock components and requiring little or no modification to stock equipment.

Precision-built HeliBars can transform and improve a sportbike’s handling, performance and comfort—and you can win a pair for free!

HeliBars designs and manufactures more than 70 different motorcycle handlebars and handlebar riser systems for sportbikes and sport tourers, so theres likely to be one for your ride. Entering couldnt be easier, so read the contest rules below and get started. Good luck!And be sure to learn more about HeliBars full range of products atHeliBars.com.

HeliBars Horizon Harley-Davidson Big Twin Sportster Replacement Handlebars.

WRN Helibars Giveaway

  • Prize: Gift certificate for a free set of HeliBars priced up to $299.
  • Dates: The contest runs from January 15 through February 28, 2013.
  • How to Enter: Fill out the form below. One winner will be picked at random. Well announce the winner in March.

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26 thoughts on Women Riders Now Giveaway: Win a Free Set of HeliBars!

  1. This is such a great place for info for women and bikes and all that goes between. I have a 09 Softail and looking for comfort. At 4 feet 11 inches, I can always use nice easy reaching handlebars.

  2. I have a Harley Road King Classic. The reach is difficult but I manage. With the new Helibars I would have a better control and ease with turning.

  3. I would love to try these handlebars on my 2006 Street Glide. I am a lady rider and I feel I need a closer reach to the handlebars. I’m sure I would have a more comfortable ride. Keeping my fingers crossed!

  4. I had HeliBars on my 2008 Kawasaki Concours and drove 25,000 miles in three years with They made the riding position much more comfortable. I would love to win a set of HeliBars for my new 2010 Kawasaki Concours with hi-performance sidecar.

  5. I recently upgraded to a Kawasaki ZX6-R and this bike is a true dream! The only problem is taking longer rides on this bike can be hard on your shoulders due to the aggressive posturing of this particular bike. HeliBars would be the perfect solution bringing performance and comfort together. That would make this bike ultimate perfection for a woman rider!

  6. Very cool. I love your magazine and the more info for women riders, the better. Several buddies and I rode the California coast and attended the Women Riders Conference in Carson, Nev., July, 2012. Great time with wonderful friends. Thanks again.

  7. I’d love to win a pair of HeliBars for my new 2013 Street Glide. The Harley stock bars are too short and cause me to keep my arms stretched out to far. I need to feel safe when I ride so I’m looking for ways to lower me and keep my elbows more comfortable on long rides. Hope I win these babys!

  8. I’m 60 year young, and during the summer I’ll do a two-week cross country trip, approx 6,000 to 7,000 miles. The handlebars will make a huge difference.

  9. I’d love a pair of these …as I get older. I’m 67 this year and have been riding for 7 years. As I age and my arthritis gets worse. I need more and more helpful gear to be able to keep riding. I understand these bars would help my hands and arms feel more comfortable. Nice giveaway!

  10. I absolutely would LOVE to have these handlebars on my Harley. Thanks for this offer to play and win! PS: Love your web Site all about woman riders! Thanks! I am 63 years old and been riding now for 10 years and don’t plan on stopping riding for many more years!

    1. Actually, there’s nothing to “play.” Just enter your name and contact info at the end of the article and you’ll automatically be entered. And remember to those readers who enter more than once – it does not increase your chances of winning. Those entries get deleted.

  11. That’s what I want. My hands hurt.

  12. Great, as usual. Actually also posted this on Twitter and FB and forwarded it my friend Marlene Cruz.

  13. Love the article on the Helibars. Wish I could try a pair because I really hate my handlebars.

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