I’m sharing my real #1 online dating tip for young male motorcyclists with you, because I promise you that if you follow it, you’ll not only have success with women, but also success with life. I’m not here to sell you anything, I’m just trying to help.Read More »
This one's not motorcycle related. Strictly personal / anecdotal.Read More »
Your next motorcycle helmet could be made from carrots. And if so, it'll be stronger than carbon fiber, and almost as lightweight. Why? Here's why!Read More »
If you’re curious what life’s like when I’m not writing for YouMotorcycle, this is it. For some, motorcycling is a method of transportation. It’s a way to get from Point A to Point B. For others, motorcycling is a sport, ...Read More »
Last week I denounced the belief that Indian is the #1 threat to Harley-Davidson. Their market share is too small, and their brand strength isn’t yet strong enough to be an immediate threat. This week I’m continuing the four part ...Read More »
Where did we go wrong this year? Where did we go right? And where the heck are we going from here?
Oh, and yes, that's a Ducati Panigale under the Christmas tree.
Every business has an ugly side. Secrets. The things they don’t want you to know. The facts and politics swept under the rug, hidden from view. We’ve seen it in the auto industry. Volkswagen’s cheating of emission testing systems. Is it ...Read More »
Wondering how the spoked wheels of the motorcycle industry spin? Here’s how. DealerNews liked it so much they shared it, all the way back in 2013. Click the pics to check it out. This story is part of series of ...Read More »
So there I was, looking outside towards my two car garage, hands pressed against the cold window, wondering, “Is my motorcycle thinking about me, too?” She was on the other side of the garage door. Cold, lonely, and neglected. I started ...Read More »
Thinking of starting your own motorcycle business? Here are 10 tips for your start-up motorcycle business along with some numbers to help you succeed. Part 1: Before you get started Tip #1: Get experience Learn the business. A motorcycle aficionado doesn’t always ...Read More »