Subscribe to PM and stand to win a Puzey motorcycle

Date:20 February 2013 Tags:

Subscribe to 12 issues of Popular Mechanics for only R287 and stand to WIN a Puzey STX 200 motorcycle worth R18 000!

The Puzey STX range of motorcycles are sought after for their reliability, versatility and economy. Integrating the frame and engine of a renowned Japanese motorcycle, the STX 200 was developed by Puzey Motor Corporation to meet the harshest African conditions, leading to a successful 5-year run in various markets. The lucky winner may choose between the street legal on/offroad Trail or the stylish street Motard versions, so you could end up blasting your STX 200 around a dirt trail or navigating the city commute while the STX 200 sips fuel at the rate of just 3 litres/100 km. Oh, and you can comfortably lift a passenger.

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Rules: * This offer is valid until 31 March 2013 and for South African subscribers only. * The prize is not transferable, nor can it be converted into cash. * Entry is open to anyone except employees (and their immediate families) of RamsayMedia, the sponsor and associated agencies. * The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. * For foreign rates and other great offers, visit * By entering this competition, you agree to receive future correspondence from Popular Mechanics. You can opt out at any stage by: (a) Sending an e-mail containing the relevant details with the subject line “opt out” to; or (b) Sending an SMS including the word “STOP” to 31699. Standard SMS rates apply.

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