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Tell people about this site

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Talk' started by stone, Apr 19, 2005.

  1. We are meeting a ton of new people and going on a lot of rides
    I haven't been using this side very long but I enjoy the site and I think its a great tool for seting up rides and showing off pix, videos or whatever.
    Most people now have access to the internet and so we need to be telling people about this site, the more the marrier.
  2. Jafar

    Jafar Retired Admin

    a few of us have made up flyers, i think Guff made up some business cards--they work well if you see a guy riding or just putting them on parked bikes.

  3. I prefer to race parked bikes through the twisties, that way I have a chance!
  4. I've been handing out a few fliers to bikes I see around campus. Most of them haven't shown up, though. Not sure if people are just anti social or what! I did talk to a guy at Pizza Pipeline today (Brandon, if I recall correctly). Hopefully he'll show up and give us some more numbers.
  5. I do apologize to those names I have told I would email them a PDF of the site's flyer. I have wanted to redo it and then post it so everyone can download it.

    But I do truely appreciate everyone spreading the word out there. At the 2004 Seattle Moto Show, I stood out in the downpouring rain and handed out flyers to anyone and everyone who walked through that Friday line, up until security escorted me off the premises. The site picked up a good base of members over the off-riding season, but it is continuing to grow.

    I am working out the final details for decals, so stay tuned. Within a week or two tops, decals will be ready to go.
  6. G-Spot

    G-Spot Pint Size Pimpin'

    now you know how I feel!!!! lol :oops:
  7. So, how are those PDFs coming along? ;)
  8. I was in Pullman yesterday, put out about 30+ flyers around the apartments and on campus. Saw LRG for a bit and some other friends before they graduate.

    Flyer was made last night and is posted:
  9. Was that a flyer on the white Honda outside of Sloan? Saw a piece of paper tucked under the strap on the seat but wasn't about to pick it up and read it. At least while people were around..
  10. Yep, that was it!
  11. That poor Honda hasn't moved in a week or so, still has the flyer on it. :/

    After running into Eric on the way to class and on the way home, I saw a guy fueling up his BMW at the Chevron on Main. I zipped around the block to say high and we chatted for a good 10 or 15 minutes. He just rode over from Seattle and was checking out all the cool roads around here.

    While we were talking, a Pullman PD officer came up and started talking to us about his BMW and the BMW rally in Idaho.

    It's real great to just be able to walk up to total strangers and have a deep connection with them. :)
  12. I prefer just to wave.
  13. Hey all,

    I actually just found one of those flyers on my bike...and thought i'd join the group--- So, HELLO!
  14. welcome to the site Brassneck, glad to have ya!

    where in WA are ya from? What do you ride? How long ya been riding?
  15. Welcome aboard, Brassneck!
  16. Thanks for having me!

    I'm living in Seattle and have been riding for about 10 years.

    I've owned a bunch of bikes of the years... my first was a '92 CBR F2, but my most memorable was restoring a '78 Yamaha XS650-- there is just something about the sound and feel of a parrallel twin engine-- and having a great cafe-racer look/feel!

    I guess, my current ride is more my favorite bike (Yamaha FZ1) which I've had since 2001. It's been re-jetted and I've got an Akrapovic slip-on on it... which gets it up to about 130 horses! SWEEET!

    My next bike will most likely be this... if they ever get it into production!

  17. Hmmm... not sure why the pic didn't work. Anyone know how to fix that? Kinda anti-climatic without the pic!

    Sorry. :?
  18. That's a cool lookin' bike!
  19. Cool looking bike, indeed!

    Baxter, how are those decals coming along?