Fully Modified Yamaha ATV Giveaway is Easy and Educational!

Mark Prociw
by Mark Prociw

Our sister site has a new contest

Our sister site, ATV.com, has started up a contest to give away a Fully Modified Yamaha Raptor 250. The 3 easy steps are:

I did some research into the Raptor 250 to see what it’s all about:

  • BASE MSRP is $4,499.00 but the one they are giving away is fully modified AND you get riding gear!
  • You, the readers, gave it 4 1/2 and 5 star ratings in everything.
  • Has a 4-stroke engine so it’s easy to maintain and runs clean.
  • “It’s the best 250 sport quad we’ve had the opportunity to ride.” – ATV.com review from back in August 2008.
  • To quote some user submitted reviews: “AWSOME!!!!!!”, “Definately one of the best Yamaha quads ever made by Yamaha.”, “ Yamaha did a realllly good job on this quad bike”.

So it looks like a damn good package you could win, it’s not just any ordinary quad. To sign-up for this thing, head to the Yamaha Raptor Contest page.

Check out the rest of this post to see some details on what you have to do to win and also to see a bunch of pictures of the 2009 Yamaha Raptor 250 in action.

What do you have to do to win?

Sign-up on the contest page and follow along with the modification of a Yamaha Raptor. ATV.com is releasing a 6-part series in which you’ll see how they modify and improve a base Raptor 250. So besides part-taking in the contest, you could learn some tips and tricks. At the end of the series there will be a short survey for you to take to enter to win. By signing up you become eligible to take the survey, plus you’ll get the ATV.com newsletter that will link you to the latest contest article to check out.

Not bad. You’re learning a few tips, getting some interesting reading, and you could win the finished modified ATV.

Head over and sign-up now!

If you want to read the review of the Yamaha Raptor 250, head on over to ATV.com’s review.

Here’s a few shots of the 2009 Yamaha Raptor 250 in action.

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