In late March this year, when the Coronavirus pandemic started to spread across the world at a rapid pace and most of the countries were in complete lockdown, Roland Sands Design announced the Coronavirus Bike Build-off competition.
The idea behind this contest was to encourage bike-builders to utilise the lockdown period and create a custom motorcycle. While RSD did not say anything about the closing date of the competition back then, now it seems that it has finally ended because Roland Sands Design has revealed the top 3 entries of the Coronavirus Bike Build-off contest.
Out of the several entries that RSD received in the last three months, the top 3 have been shortlisted that includes a Honda XR650R, Triumph Tiger Cub, and 50cc Derbi. So doing any further delay, let’s break the suspense.
The 2nd position is taken by the 50cc Derbi which is an artwork of Wil Colinder from the Netherlands.
And the winner of the Coronavirus Bike Build-off is the Honda XR650R built by Spencer Parr!
Following is what each one of them has won:
3rd place- USD 500 towards a charity of the winner’s choice + RSD prize pack.
2nd place- USD 2,000 credit (1k from RSD and 1k from Paughco parts) + RSD prize pack.
1st place- USD 3,500 cash + RSD Prize pack.
Did you participate in the Coronavirus Bike Build-off? If yes, do share your build with us in the comments.