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I’m more excited than I have been in awhile about a couple of things. Life is just so fuckin’ interesting. You can bang along, but if you keep your eyes and mind open, answers will come.

I’ve been concerned about Bikernet’s growth for a couple of years. I’ve researched, drawn on the knowledge of consultants, and tried various programs. I’ve also worked closely with our Web master in Columbus, Ohio who disagreed with some of the suggestions I received. But according to Joe Word Press is now up to speed to handle Bikernet. We are headed for a redesign, without losing our style, but more of a infrastructure make-over.

In the next two months we should be easier to navigate, to read, to find things and support our advertisers. I have one hard and fast content rule. We won’t run ads all over content, but we will make some ad spaces available at the bottom of content pages, which we have almost 20,000 pages available.

We will add advertising to Department pages, so our customers will be on 200 pages in addition to the home page. But, I’m most excited about how the Bikernet, Bikernet Baggers, and Bikernet Trikes will function. Hang on.

The other shift in thinking took place just the other day. I spoke to Ron Paugh about our streamlined trike effort and he discussed the interesting project with his manufacturing guy, Steve Massicote. They came back to me with a major, “Yes. We can handle it.”

I’m headed to Houston to pick up the pieces and deliver them to Carson City, Nevada post haste. We’re finally making serious progress.

Let’s hit the news. It’s full of surprises. The Bikernet Weekly News is sponsored in part by Cycle Source Magazine, Iron Trader, and ChopperTown.

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