Here at Belt Drive Betty Media we are constantly working to improve our offerings to the riding community.
Buying a motorcycle is an exciting but stressful time for most of us.
We want to make sure we are getting a motorcycle that fits us, suits our riding style, is a color that we enjoy and that we are getting it for the best price from a dealership that is going to look after us after we purchase.
There are so many ways to hunt for a motorcycle, Kijiji, Craig’s List, hundreds and hundreds of web sites, but that takes a lot of time and effort!
So, how could we as a company, make finding the motorcycle a little easier?
Since you already rely on us for your daily world wide motorcycle news at www.beltdrivebetty.com and your weekly Canadian motorcycle news through The Busted Knuckle Chronicles that comes into your inbox every week, we decided to see if there was a way we could bring you the offerings of dealerships from across the country!
After months of working the kinks are, we are very proud to introduce
What is that?
We connect you with all of the new and used motorcycle listings from dealerships across the country in one central location.
No more hunting through dealer web sites! We are, through the Rider Friendly Business Association going to be working very hard to get as many dealerships across the country involved, making the hunt for your next motorcycle, your new motorcycle just a little bit easier!
We already have hundreds of motorcycle both new and used listed!
Our brand new Rider Friendly Directory, (www.riderfriendly.com), is being embraced by riders! Over 500 businesses are now listed and that number is growing daily!!!!!
On another note, we now have three submissions for Canada’s MOST Rider Friendly Community Contest! Check it out and get your favorite community nominated – it’s the only way they have a shot at winning the $35K top marketing package!
Our mini series on the Fort McMurray Wildfire and the various people who volunteered and what they experienced is available on YouTube, Ride Like a Local as well as on channel 10, EastLink TV.
Doing the interviews and editing has been a rewarding experience and seeing the exact same situation through someone else’s eyes and point of view – very, very enlightening. I hope you check out Part 1 & 2 of our 4 part mini series, The Fort McMurray Wildfire 2016 & The Riding Community that Stepped Up.
If you are blessed enough to be riding today, please remember to ride like everyone around you is blind and cannot see you!
Belt Drive Betty Editor & Rider