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 »
Harley-Davidson releases new video of their electric motorcycle You can’t say the boys from Milwauke ain’t tryin’. Harley-Davidson has been faced with criticism since the beginning of time. To quote Fuzzygalore: Harley-Davidson seems to be one motorcycle brand that many ...Read More »
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Figures have recently revealed that motorcycle sales in Europe have increased dramatically in the past year. Despite only a marginal increase in the GDP of some European markets, and further decline in others, motorcycle sales have managed to buck the ...Read More »
Someone on the Toronto Moto Scooter Club Message Board asked “Should I buy a 2013 Chironex?” and my short answer was No. My long answer was a little less boring. Read it and then I’ll tell you why you should ...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...
Like most modern inventions, the development and history of the motorcycle has come a long way in a relatively short space of time. Although the basic design remains the same, its appearances, function and the way it’s used has changed dramatically. To indicate this development in this blog post, we look at a brief visual history of motorcycle design.Read More »
I used to think that using sex to sell motorcycles was my biggest motorcycle advertising pet peeve... but it turns out there's something I can't stand even more than that...Read More »
This week the YouMotorcycle Team was asked to answer a simple question: Is the move from 250cc to 300cc as the new base model good for the motorcycle industry? Three motorcycle industry experts were asked.Read More »
YouMotorcycle is a lifestyle motorcycle blog. If you can't figure out what that means, maybe this snazzy video will help.Read More »