We love cars, and will never criticize a car for the sake of criticizing it. But we’re honest, and sometimes controversial.
(PRWEB) August 25, 2012
Muscle cars have waxed and waned in popularity over the past 50 years, but one thing is for sure: They are coming in strong for 2013, and The GearHeads.org team, led by Chris Riley and Brian Barrett, are keeping their readers at the forefront.
From the four models of 2013 Chevy Camaros to the not-even-street-legal Ford Mustang Cobra Jet, Gearheads.org covers muscle cars with a fresh and honest perspective – even if it means criticizing a much-adored car model. “We don’t work for the car companies, and we don’t run their advertising,” says Barrett, who joined as a GearHeads partner in July. “We love cars, and will never criticize a car for the sake of criticizing it. But we’re honest, and sometimes controversial.”
The growing GearHeads.org staff – they’ve added four new writers in addition to Barrett over the summer – know and love cars, and keep the information flowing on all types of cars, SUVs and trucks.
Reviews of new car models and speculation on upcoming models – as far out as 2014 and 2015 – are added daily, as well as rumors, news and opinion. To keep up with the latest offerings, GearHeads.org offers a Twitter feed, a Facebook fan page, and a Google+ profile. There’s no edgier source for car information, news, reviews, and rumors. Access to Gearheads.org is free, and no membership or registration is required.
For more information or media inquiries, contact Chris Riley at chris(at)gearheads(dot)org or (479) 644-8280.
Led by Chris Riley and Bryan Barrett, GearHeads.org is a haven for car enthusiasts, casual drivers, car shoppers, automotive journalists and all-around gear heads who crave a trusted source where they can access the latest information, news, reviews, rants and rumors. Learn more at GearHeads.org. legacy – and some of the boldest, edgiest views on cars around.