Why Bikes Future Was Started?
Bikes Future started as a passion project but eventually grew into something more prominent but still infused with the passion it had started off with.
What I enjoy most about this site is writing the best quality motorcycles articles possible. It’s my goal to be the number one source for free motorcycle education and materials.
I’ve always found that many motorcycle publications and websites don’t go as in-depth on a topic as what’s required. Forums seem to be the only places where quality discussions are going on.
I wanted to take the passion and expertise from most motorcycle forums and bring them to Bikes Future. What I enjoy most is writing informative and helpful articles. Giving the reader a far greater understanding of the subject at hand.
If it’s learning about common traffic accidents or choosing the right pair of motorcycle gloves, there are many things to consider that most motorcycle sites will skimp on.
Who’s Behind Bikes Future?
Here I am in all my glory, I’ve been a motorcycle enthusiast for years, and I only got into the hobby in my teenage years. My first bike was a 2008 Ninja 250, and ever since then, I’ve been hooked.
There’s no better feeling gliding down a windy road. Night riding is by far my favorite and what I love most about riding is when you become one with your motorcycle. When your bike feels like another part of your body, it’s a fantastic feeling.
It’s what got me hooked on riding, and I’ve been going strong ever since. While I do love riding, I do have more interests than just my bike.
That’s why I started Bikes Future as a way to combine the two. So far, running this website has been a lot of fun, so feel free to shoot me a message if you want to say hello.
Bikes Future’s editorial guidelines
When I started this site, what always frustrated me is the lack of good quality information and education on the internet regarding motorcycles.
I found most sites subpar, and while there are quality youtube videos, these videos aren’t made from an editorial standpoint. There’s a lot of rambling, and overall, it gets frustrating.
Every article I publish is highly in depth, based on my personal experience, and combined with a lot of research for the topic in question.
I take great satisfaction in researching everything I write about. Getting down to the bedrock of a subject is very satisfying, especially when it’s something you’re already passionate such as motorcycles.
If, on the off chance you feel I might have gotten something wrong or just haven’t adequately covered a subject, please get in contact with me.
I’m more than happy to discuss and tidy up whatever I might not have adequately covered. I started this site based on community forums, so I’m a big fan of discussions in figuring something out.