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The Face of Content Creation

Yesterday I had an email from a customer who was delighted to be getting her motorcycle helmet shipped from YouMotorcycle.com/shop – she had spent hours trying to find the right helmet, and we had it. In her email she thanked all of us. It’s always very touching to hear from readers and customers, but it struck me. I’m not sure people know who the core of the team behind the site are…

So I jumped on my time machine and dug up these pictures from 2015. If you’ve ever wondered what the team behind YouMotorcycle looks like… This is it.

Adrian and Biker Pup working on the site

That’s me, Adrian, in all of my unshaven-and-baggy-sweatshirt weekend glory. The good looking one is Miley, a.k.a. BikerPup, my adopted doghter.

When I adopted her, she was two years old and was fairly well trained, but super neglected. Overweight and in absolutely terrible health, we slowly turned this little runt’s life around. She went from being unable to walk for a city block, to being the fastest pup in the park, running every day after work with me.

As a pup she was always on my lap whenever I worked on the site, but now in her later years she’s usually snoring a few feet away, trusting that she’s trained me well enough to take care of things.

Biker Pup proofing the latest Victoria Merideth story

We do get some absolutely awesome motorcyclists sharing their stories with us, and those guest posts are always appreciated and well received by the community (click here if you might want to contribute), but mostly it’s just the pup and I. Just a one-man-and-his-dog operation, trying to bring you some cool motorcycle content and some great prices on motorcycle gear.

Here’s what one of our customers had to say this week:

Email from Sammy

If you haven’t already checked out the YouMotorcycle shop, you should. We just added a bunch of new helmets from ICON, at clearance prices. Have a look.

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About Adrian from YouMotorcycle

I started riding motorcycles in 2007, founded YouMotorcycle in 2009, and was working in the motorcycle industry by 2011. I've worked for some of the biggest companies in motorcycling, before going full-time self-employed in the motorcycle business in 2019. I love sharing his knowledge and passion of motorcycling with other riders to help you as best I can.

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