A lucky motorbike fanatic who already owns 10 bikes is getting ready to add another one to his collection after scooping a Harley Davidson worth £17,545.
Philip Morris, who lives in Waddington, was left stunned when dreamcar competition BOTB turned up at his house with the Harley Davidson Fat Boy to carry out their trademark surprise.
“I’m just in complete shock, I really can’t believe my luck,” said the 70-year-old, who took part in the BOTB’s weekly lifestyle competition.
“The Harley Davidson Fat Boy is my absolute dream bike and to have the opportunity to own one is just amazing – a real dream come true.”
BOTB was founded by William Hindmarch in 1999 and has handed over the keys to more than £22m. worth of supercars. Listed on the stock market, BOTB has high-profile stands at airports and in Britain’s biggest shopping centres, with 75% of all people playing online at BOTB.com.
“I’ve always been a motorbike fanatic, as you’d be able to tell from my collection of 10 bikes,” laughed Philip.
“I wanted to complete Route 66 when I was 66 on a Harley Davidson Fat Boy. That sadly didn’t happen, but I’m going to do the Britain’s Route 66 as soon I get the bike in a few weeks!”
Christian Williams, who delivered the good news, said Philip was a thoroughly worthy winner.
“Handing people the keys to their dream prize is a real privilege,” said Christian. “But handing the keys of a bike over to a true bike lover is really special.”