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Bikernet and Bandit’s Cantina Programs for 2020

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The Bikernet family keeps changing to keep pace with shifting technologies. We moved all of Bikernet’s impressive library and 24 years of archived editorial content into Bandit’s Cantina, Bikernet’s subscription-supported section. We focused on the Bikernet Blog as the Free active section and made sure the Bikernet Weekly News is still available for Free.

We are one of the few sites on the planet to afford readers comfortable content without being surrounded by multitudes of ads and pop-ups.

Our readers can stay abreast of all the action on Bikernet by joining the Cantina for as little as $24 yearly or $39 for two years. They will also receive a special package containing an assortment of Bikernet goodies, a signed K. Randall Ball book and bling.

On the business side, we continue to build great content featuring the Weekly News, plus a variety of features, tech articles, while keeping a constant eye on legislative matters.

Industry members, if you’d like us to keep supporting your company and promoting your products, events or services with editorials, we will do so for a mere $98 a year. Keep sending your press releases and we will take care of them.

For the company that wants to reach all Bikernet readers, our Blog audience and Bandit’s Cantina subscribers 24/7, your ad will be placed on our Blog page, Bikernet home page and your banners will accompany any and all of your company’s content. Just $165 a month. This also means all of your company content is archived on Bikernet for the duration working 24/7 and supported with your banner ads.

Quick, join up. Just click and go. CLICK HERE

Don’t hesitate to reach out—
Keith R. (Bandit) Ball
Bandit@bikernet.com
(310) 830-0630

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NEW BIKERNET AND BANDIT’S CANTINA PROGRAMS FOR 2020

To keep Bikernet moving forward in the New Year, we’ve shuffled things around a bit. We have decided to shut down all major advertising sales and will move all of Bikernet’s impressive library and 24 years of archived editorial content into Bandit’s Cantina, Bikernet’s subscription-supported section.

We will however keep the Bikernet Blog active daily and accessible for free.

All major content will be expanded into the Cantina.

https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx

So, from a business side here’s how it will work for the New Year. We will continue to build great content featuring the Weekly News, a variety of features and tech articles.

Our readers can stay abreast of all the action on Bikernet by joining the Cantina for as little as $24 yearly or $39 for two years. They will also receive a special package containing an assortment of Bikernet goodies and bling.

Industry members, if you’d like us to keep supporting your company and promote your products, events or services with editorials, we will do so for a mere $98 a year. Keep sending your press releases and we will take care of them.

For the company that wants to reach all 50,000 Bikernet readers and Bandit’s Cantina subscribers 24/7, your ad will be placed on our Blog page and your banner will accompany any and all of your company’s content. Just $165 a month. This also means all of your company content is archived on Bikernet for the duration working 24/7 and supported with your banner ad.

We’ve taken Bikernet Entertainment to a new level.

This is a very special area with whole books, broads, and rare antiques. And now you will also receive complete and amazing Jack McIntyre Event Galleries of images. For just about 20 cents a day, you will receive:

Bandit’s Cantina Access:

https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx

  • Behind-the-scenes custom motorcycle news every Sunday with topless babes.
  • Almost 10 years of antique bike features and motorcycle history.
  • Girls of Bikernet: NEW Extra Spicy GIRLS! Topless Models posing on gorgeous Bikes to tantalize, with stories that will curl your toes. And new girls from: Photography by Jack McIntyre, Peter Linney and Markus Cuff.
  • The Digital Discovery Area, where we bring you strange shit you’ll never find anywhere else.
  • Bandit’s Cantina Soap Opera – About once a month, step into the Cantina and find out who is messing with whom.
  • NEW – Bandit’s BikerPics. Photos by the esteemed photographer Jack McIntyre from Events around the USA, with nothing held back. Topless women, Bikes and more women! Jack hits events all over the country and his photography is a blast and lively. It’s like you attended the event, only better, because you miss the empty beer cans and see only the prime action.

All this and more for just $24.95 for a year or $39.95 for two years!

What are you waiting for? Each dime we take in supports Bikernet content; that’s archived forever–we hope…

TWO YEAR SIGN-UP SPECIAL: Receive a signed K. Randall Ball book and Bikernet Bling, Amazing.

INDUSTRY ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP

Industry members, if you’d like us to keep supporting your company and promote your products, events or services with editorials, we will do so for a mere $98 a year. Keep sending your press releases and we will take care of them.

https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx

SO WHADDYA WAITIN’ FOR?

WARNING: You MUST be over 18 to purchase a subscription. Not 18? Get on your Honda and come back when you are, junior….. We’d love to have you.

Feel free to email ideas and suggestions; ya never know, we just might use them.

Upbeat Bikernet Weekly News for January 2, 2020

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Hey,

I like this year already. It’s going to be whacky and wonderful. It’s just the 2nd day of January and the world is back in business. We’re all doing what we did a couple of weeks ago, going about taking the trash out, feeding the dog and heading off to work.

Hell, I have all the Deadlines for Cycle Source Magazine etched into my 2020 Pin-Up calendar. We need to break the mold for 2020. Do something crazy. I’m going to go back to Bonneville this year with something completely different.

And I’m trying to buy a little place in Deadwood, SD and change up my life some. I hope everyone finds new challenges, new hope, new adventures and new love in 2020.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS

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The Day After Bikernet Weekly News for December 26, 2019

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Hey,

It’s the day after Christmas. Life is truly amazing. It’s too bad someone doesn’t put it properly into written words, share it with the world and teach it in classes. It’s simple and magnificent.

If only we could take a pill and eliminate hate, power, and ego to be replaced with freedom and love. All could be fantastic.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE WEEKLY NEWS ON BIKERNET.

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Metalflake Joy Bikernet Weekly News for December 19th, 2019

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It’s all about the Chopper Fantasy and Santa’s Chopped Sleigh

I had a discussion with a brother about the Sturgis Hall of Fame this week and he made a statement confirming my long-standing belief. He said that no other industry is quite like the custom motorcycle industry. Unlike the auto industry, boating and so many others over-restricted by regulations and controlled by corporations, we are relative free and fun.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE WEEKLY NEWS.

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The Consummate Bikernet Weekly News for December 12, 2019

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Hey,

Knowledge, understanding, the Way, and technology: They are all flying at us fast. Hell, I don’t know where to start. Awhile back I mentioned business owners and their constant challenges, from the government, technology, competition and the market. Those challenges are more daunting than ever before and more beneficial in many respects.

Personal life is also being bombarded with new and beneficial challenges. I was hit with a hot handful of thought-provoking opportunities and philosophies this week.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE WEEKLY NEWS

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CLICK AND JOIN BANDIT’S CANTINA—It’s where we have stashed 24 years of content, bike features, Bonneville Racing Builds, wild stories and girlfriends. –Bandit

5-Ball Gear – holiday discounts now

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The 5-Ball Pit Crew, Ballistic Nylon, light vest. Click to check the Leathers and books.

CLICK HERE TO SHOP FOR BEST MOTORCYCLE GEAR

The lightweight Pit Crew Vest from 5-Ball Leathers is made from ballistic nylon. Ballistic nylon was originally was designed in WWII to repel flying shrapnel.

The collar on the Pit Crew Vest is a mandarin style – unfolded stand up style – measures 1 ¼”, leather trim around arm holes and leather trim accents on front flaps. It features:

  • (2) Cary pockets
  • (2) chest pockets with snap closures
  • Leather trim on 2 side pockets with zipper closures
  • (2) ¼” leather band around the bottom of the vest
  • Side flaps with 2 snaps to adjust your fit.

CLICK HERE TO SHOP FOR BEST MOTORCYCLE GEAR

This vest comes with leather accents, two gun pockets (or for phone, cameras or tools) with holsters, several outside pockets, and an exclusive Bandit media pocket in the inside back, so you can carry your favorite Cycle Source issue, or your court file, if you’ll be standing in front of a judge.

5-Ball Leathers’ leather accents utilize Buffalo leather due to its excellent resistance to abrasion and wind. We honor those road warriors of the past with top-quality motorcycle gear.

We created a line of 5-Ball Jackets, vests and Jak Shirts for tough environments with industrial-strength construction. Whether you are heading to Sturgis or cross town in a rainstorm, our 5-Ball leather delivers comfort, security and good looks.

The Holiday Rush Bikernet Weekly News for December 5th, 2019, It’s Cool!

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Hey,

Life is so interesting. Always remember two masterful quotes from folks on a much higher pay grade level than my humble self:

“Everything will be all right in the end. If it’s not all right, it’s not the end.”

“Think your absolute worst thought. Then take a breath and ponder the fact: It was just a thought.”

READ THE WEEKLY NEWS – CLICK HERE.

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