Just heard that Jafrum.com is offering us a $40 gift certificate to give to one lucky visitor. You can enter one of four ways. To start you just need to enter your email address, or log in with Facebook if ...Read More »
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Tell us about that one time in band camp...
Have you wheelied across Canada?
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When it comes to employee incentive theories there are two schools of thoughts:
The managers and corporate hierarchies who believe that generous discounting of product to employees hurts revenues, and those who believe in the power and return achieved by having workers who are active consumers of the products and services of the organization they work for. These are there stories.
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I need your opinions on the most difficult decision I've had to make since lunch time...
Hot off the press! California based One Industries Corp., which produces SIXSIXONE products for motocross riders has confirmed an exclusive partnership with Kimpex for the Canadian market.Read More »
It takes a special type of person to ride a motorcycle. It takes an even more special type to write some of the emails we get. The flavor of the week seemed to be the three emails received about Motorcycle Training Courses and the Learn2Ride section of the site.Read More »
I've received an email from the property manager of the Price Choppers at Leslie and Lakeshore regarding the hundreds of motorcycles on the lot every Thursday night in Toronto, Canada.
If you're a Toronto motorcyclist, please take a look.
How much do you know about your motorcycle's drive mechanism? Chain drive. Shaft drive. Belt drive. What's the difference? Which one's best for you? Your needs should be what determines your motorcycle drive mechanism, and here's some info to help!Read More »
Motorcycle rear suspensions or shock absorbers were invented in 1913 in the hope of minimizing or reducing the effect that rough the terrains provided. Paved roads were few and far between, rear suspension on motorcycles was designed to increase riding comfort and riding quality. So in the battle of the shocks absorbers, is it better to use a Single Suspension (Mono-shock) or Dual Suspension (Twin-shock) setup?Read More »
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!