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 »
Everything you need to know to save money riding your motorcycle.
No one said it would be cheap,
but who says it has to be expensive?
This week was dedicated to catching my breath, making the most of free time, spring cleaning the house, getting physically active, and prepping and servicing my motorcycles. At the end of the days I’ve sat back, put my feet up, and ...Read More »
For the past two years I've been working outside of the motorcycle industry. It's been fun but I'm very happy to say that I'm back in the biz! However, this career change has meant going way over budget on Christmas gifts this year - but I won't say Oops! This year was all about giving back.Read More »
Being a motorcyclist isn’t easy. It takes a lot of focus. There are a lot of cagers out there trying to kill us. There are a lot of road and weather conditions that don’t help. the world’s greatest outdoor sport ...Read More »
Fuzzygalore has been one of my favorite motorcycle bloggers for years. Her posts aren't always motorcycle-intensive and that's part of the charm. Fuzzy writes and posts pictures of life as it happens, and we love her for it. I'm going to take a page from Fuzzygalore's book and forget about motorcycles for this one. If you like history and high hopes, this might still be for you.Read More »
I was reading YouMotorcycle’s Twitter feed Sunday morning and noticed @Forbes tweeted How To Overcome The Most Common Barriers To Homeownership. What was really missing from the article was a true to life example of how to jump the hurdle and reach a home ownership goal. ...Read More »
Generally we like the feedback we get from the site. Unfortunately, we get some strange emails sent in sometimes too. Like the one that bicycle freak Michael K. sent us.
Michael has a website dedicated to his happiness of bicycle riding. This may or may not have something to do with why he can't seem to understand what skulls and wings have to do with motorcycling. He seemed to imply that the use of skulls and wings in the YouMotorcycle logo was "perhaps for your blog to appear "bad ass" enough to entice the "tattoo crowd"?"
Michael, the truth is about to set you free. Skulls and wings have as much to do with motorcycling, as squished manhood and one piece spandex unitards have to do with bicycling. In fact, skulls and wings have been tied to motorcycling for generations already. Allow me to explain...
I'm house shopping in Toronto market, and as if that wasn't hellish enough, I'm looking not only looking for a house to call a home, I'm looking for a house fit for motorcycling. The list of questions to ask when buying a home is endless. The list of questions to ask when buying a house fit for motorcycling is a handful of questions longer.Read More »