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Simple, Inexpensive and Effective

By Bandit and the Bikernet Crew

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Valerie Thompson, Bikernet Bonneville racer.

Welcome to Bikernet Banner Advertising. It’s the easiest, cheapest way to reach out to Bikernet readers. The real key to advertising is your return on your investment. We support your advertising dollar in several areas. If you submit news, press or product releases, we publish news columns twice a week. With each release we will run your banner for immediate contact with Bikernet readers.

For your information we have jumped our readership numbers every year for 6 years. We now run between 230,000 and 300,000 unique users every month, who visit the site over 500,000 times a month, for about 10 million hits and nearly one million impressions monthly.

We will also run your banner anytime you’re involved in editorials, tech articles or bike features. Here’s the skinny:

Accurate banner

One Banner: $75 per month.

custom chrome banner

Three Banners: Run 3 Banners for $200 per month.

Big Dog Banner

Discounts: Pay for the entire year up front and we’ll add on a 10% discount.


Banner sizes: Banners are always 500 pixels wide, but you have the flexibility to make your banner 75 to 150 pixels tall.

saxon banner

Banner Art: If you need Banner art created we will happily take care of it for a flat fee of $150.


That’s it, simple, inexpensive and effective. Contact me at the following e-mail address or phone number:
(310) 830-0630
Fax (310) 830-0530

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Reader Comments

I'd like to run a banner ad for my law firm. Please advise as to how to proceed.

Steven Sweat
Los Angeles, CA
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Editor Response Just give me a call. I was in Sturgis for a couple of weeks, but I can take care of you. 310-830-0630.

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