YouMotorcycle tends to post some long stories. We use really awesome pictures to try to overcome our chatty-ness and keep the site looking damn good. This time we're going to try something a little different. Are you ready?
It would be easy to list a dozen motorcycle bloggers out there that do it just as well, if not better, than we do. We know this because we follow them. We also know there are thousands of amazing motorcycle videos out there on the internet (think YouTube, Vimeo, etc.).
Bloggers, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to blog Your Favorite Motorcycle Video.
That's it. Just write a post on your blog, maybe title it "My Favorite Motorcycle Video" instead of using the word "Your", or go with Your, or something totally different. Whatever!
Share your favorite motorcycle video with us. Leave a comment right here when your post is up and I'll link to everyone's post.
The I-betcha-can't-post-29-times-in-29-days-this-February challenge is almost done! 15 of the best motorcycle websites on planet earth are participating, and this site right here is falling behind!
It's time to get all caught up on the what's what of the online motorcycle world. Here are the best posts of Week 3 as chosen by someone with too little time and all of the wrong priorities!
If you didn't already know, super-motocycle-Girlie FuzzyGalore issued a challenge to 15 of the best motorcycle websites on planet earth. The challenge is to post a new picture each day of February, 2012. Some call it #29in29, I call it hell!
Give the devil his due and see the best posts of Week 2 of the challenge right here!
There are 15 motorcycle blogs/sites participating in FuzzyGalore's #29in29 Challenge, that is, post a new picture a day, for the 29 days of February. It's harder than it sounds, and looks better than you'd expect.
Here are my favorite day of the week from all of the participating sites:
Bright and early on February 1st I saw a tweet from motorcycle blogger FuzzyGalore: "Should i keep an eye out for your daily posts now that it's February?!" She asked. I saw a challenging curve ahead. What I should've said, was "No." Instead, I decided to hit the curve full throttle, 'cause Mama raised a special kind of idiot!