This site got started as one of the first motorcycle related Blog sites on the internet. A Blog is short for weBLOG, a log of what you encounter on the web.
I started the blog site in 2001 using a general (and free) blogging tool and site (blogger.com), and have since the beginning of 2003 migrated it to a Lotus/IBM Domino template kindly offered by DominoBlog.com. Initially, the blogs were related to riding a motorcycle in France, but that got boring after a while....
It has since then grown from just what I encounter on the web to a more, motorcycle related, news site. It's not always easy to find newsworthy items, so you'll often see some funny items when there's nothing interesting to report. I have since switched from doing this as a hobby to a full profession. Revenue comes from advertisers. I know many readers don't like seeing ads, but the alternative is a paid-for site, which is something I don't like.
Remember that even if you don't click on an ad (which I obviously prefer you do), I still get some money just for showing the ad. So if you are using an AdBlocker, it is killing my site.
I work mostly alone, but at times I have the help of some fellow bikers/journalists based in different countries. But since they work for other employers, they wish to remain anonymous.
You'll see the categories in which I've divided the news, and clicking on one of them will give you all news items related to that category. The main page has been limited to the last 7 items. This was done to speed-up load time, since often there are many photos.
Although I'm based in the beautiful Normandy, France, the server for the site is based in the USA.
There are permanent articles/sections available as well. These are mostly related to riding motorcycles in France and motorcycle Bluetooth products.
You'll see at the end of each article a comment section. You can read what others have said, and you can add your own comments.
If you have any comments on the site in general, or any suggestions or news, why not leave a comment here. Check below, and add your comments.
Have fun out there, and enjoy your motorcycle.