If you’d like to write for us, we’d like to hear about it. Visit this page to learn more.
But if you’re not the writing type, that doesn’t mean you don’t have good ideas. And we want to hear about good ideas.
RiderZine is a new venture geared toward unifying motorcyclists of all stripes across the state of Maine. There aren’t many of us doing what needs to be done, but the more success we have, the more we can do.
To that end, if you have an idea for a motorcycle-related story, we’d love to hear about it. The types of things we’re looking for include:
Features: We’d love to interview a motorcyclist with an interesting — or even fascinating — story to tell. Perhaps it’s someone who volunteers while on two wheels. Maybe it’s someone restoring a classic bike. Or it could be anything, so long as being a motorcyclist figures into the mix.
News: If there’s something happening in the world of Maine motorcycling that you think we should know about, drop us a line. We might have heard, but in case we didn’t, we rather have 20 people tell us than nobody tell us.
Reviews: If you’re a retailer with a cool new product, we might be interested in covering that. That could be a test drive of a new bike or a look at a new aftermarket item, or maybe showing us new riding gear.
Rides: Know of a beautiful ride somewhere in Maine? Chances are we’ve ridden just about everywhere one can ride in Maine, and we’ll be working toward write-ups about every one of them, but let us know anyway. Stories about rides aren’t just about the routes we take, either; it’s also about the sights to see and, of course, the places to eat. Any good motorcyclist knows that a 200-mile round trip usually has a lunch spot at the halfway mark, and we’re looking forward to reviewing great places to eat.
Safety: We ALWAYS want to hear about new safety issues of any sort.
If you have an idea, we’re at least going to listen. Drop us a line.