say it now
so, what's up in here?
i ask because i'm trying to formulate the reason why this page is, um, less than good. barely any traffic. maybe a comment or two per week. no follow up. no energy.
why is that? tell me, so i can show and represent the voice of the people.
why is it that the street chopper myspace page gets 1000 times the traffic, tons of daily visitors, input, and excitement. i want to pass on those comments to the pros in our digtal frontiers division- you know the ones that designed this site.
what's good about it, what's not?
tell me , so i can tell them. hopefully the action will be so furious here they'll look for themselves.
you know, the people who supported street chopper for the past 40 years. yes you, even if you're newer to the scene.
it's a scene and a lifestyle that isn't going anywhere. it's always there, here, and on the streets. the alleys, the back garages, and basements across the world.
long, low, lean, or mean. knuck, pan, shovel, xl, whatever it is- let your voice be heard. just like the bike you choose to ride, it says something about you, how you live and how you look at life.
choppers were never meant for corporate america. bike manufacturers tried and had short lived success only to saturate the market with junk cookie-cutters and called 'customs'.
come on now- they didn't fool the guys who get it or got it, only the in-crowd who thinks and was told his 300 rear tire and long front end was cool.
so- be it here or somewhere else, someone will take the reigns and bring back what we love to see and read about. the real guys in the industry, the real guys in their living room rebuilding the shovel.
say it loud before it's too late. i'm ready to shift it into 4th and need more road.