Dahlonega, GA (PRWEB) July 17, 2006
Custom Motorcycle Talk by BeachCruiser is a website that began only a few short months ago. The website is dedicated to the custom motorcycle industry and the men and women who make it happen, custom choppers, Biker Build-Off, and custom builders. The folks at thebeachcruiser.com are constantly looking for any information that those who are passionate about motorcycles want to know. We bring our readers information on custom builders such as Billy Lane, Jesse Rooke, Dave Perewitz, Gypsy Charros, Matt Hotch, Rick Fairless, AMC1902, Jerry Covington, Kendall Johnson and more. We also cover events such as Sturgis, Laconia, and Daytona.
They try to be first with the news and if not first, damn close. They post photos, articles, press releases, opinions and thoughts about the custom motorcycle industry. Andrea(Train) and Peter(Beach) work many hours to bring their readers the best one stop place for motorcycle enthusiasts. They consider this a labor of love and make NO MONEY at this time. They will be offering some products for those who are or want to be a part of “the family”. The objective is not monetary but a desire to bring readers closer together which was the goal from the beginning.
The website has a number of fans in the industry(see quoted) such as Rick Fairless of Strokers Dallas, Rick Kroft of US Choppers, Robert Page and Branscombe Richmond at American Motorcycle 1902, the guys and gals at celebritybuild.t.v and more and more every day. The website http://www.thebeachcruiser.com is now rated amongst the top websites in their genre. This is almost unheard of in such a short period of time.
TheBeachCruiser.com invites everyone to participate in the realization of a dream. We welcome anyone and everyone with an opinion, news, information to share, or those who simply want to read and view the vast array of photos. There is only one rule at http://www.thebeachcruiser.com and that is for “family members” to respect each other. Jump on board and participate in what is quickly becoming a phenomenon on the world wide web.
Peter S. Furman