Why I started towing motorcycles for riders in Toronto. Teaser: It all started after working in the motorcycle industry at a local dealership, Studio Cycle Group, having a dream, buying a motorcycle trailer to tow my own bikes, and wanting ...Read More »
This weekend there was a Ducati Party in my living room. It started with a Ducati Panigale 1199 I was storing over the winter for a friend. That bike had to go, but then the place looked empty, so I ...Read More »
In December 2003, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) introduced new rules for motorcyclists to follow. These regulations established more stringent emission requirements for highway motorcycles. In this article, we’ll talk about what increasingly stringent EPA emissions requirements will mean ...Read More »
If you’re curious what life’s like when I’m not writing for YouMotorcycle, this is it. Welcome to my motovlog. For some, motorcycling is a method of transportation. It’s a way to get from Point A to Point B. For others, ...Read More »
This winter I attended a motorcycle industry pub night. I had the pleasure of sharing tables with family-founded businesses such as KYMCO Canada and Motorcycle Mojo. I spoke with a Triumph marketer about MISSRIDER (once his band was done performing on stage, naturally). At the end of the night, CMG Online’s own Rob Harris and Brenda Cyr gave me a drive home.
Since 2007 I’ve been pushing for a stronger motorcycle riding community. Riders are the YOU in YouMotorcycle. At the pub night it struck me how tightly knit the motorcycle industry is in Canada. Everyone knows everyone. Who they work for may change but the faces stay the same. The industry is a small collection of circles. A passion for motorcycles alone won’t get you in, but you can get in. Here are 10 Ways YOU can Find a Job in the Motorcycle Industry.