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By Keith Ball and the crew

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NEW BIKERNET AND Bikernet Blog Programs

To keep Bikernet moving forward in the New Decade, our Roaring '20s, we've shuffled things around a bit.  Once again we made all Bikernet Content available for free and all archived material for 28 years is available, no charge. Unlike almost any other journalistic web site, when you read a Bikernet article, you won't be buried with ads and pop-ups.

Also the Bikernet Blog will be action-packed daily and accessible for free. 
 So, from a business side here’s how it works for 2024. We will continue to build great content featuring the Weekly News, legislative updates and a variety of features and tech articles.
The owner has ridden to Sturgis from LA over a dozen times. This time on a 2014 Indian.
The owner has ridden to Sturgis from LA over a dozen times. This time on a 2014 Indian.

Our readers can stay abreast of all the archived action on Bikernet, and if we covered one of your products or services it's archived and accessible forever with your link or banner included. 

For the company that wants to reach thousands of Bikernet Blog readers, Bikernet fans and be apart of our twice a week email blasts (plus a 2 million social media reach) it's just $150 a month. Your logo will be featured constantly on the Bikernet Blog home page, the Bikernet Home Page and on every Bikernet Department page. This also means all of your company content is archived on Bikernet for the duration working 24/7 and supported with your direct link or banner ad. 
Fun ad in Cycle Source Magazine.
Fun ad in Cycle Source Magazine.

The more we write about you, the more banners are placed, no extra charge. At the end of one year you could have 30 plus banners featured on Bikernet.
Plus, in these tough political and inflationary times Bikernet is one of the very few sites fighting to keep our motorcycles alive and our riders riding free. I'm very involved in the MRF Motorcycle Riders Foundation with lobbyists in Washington and the new IMA Independent Motorcycle Aftermarket. 

All the best for our Roaring '20s!
Keith R. Ball

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