MOTORBIKES / PERSONALITIES / LIFESTYLES / CULTURE / EXPERIENCES
We are a Canadian-based, digital moto-lifestyle publication.
The MOTO-KULTURE team comprises ex-professional racers and enthusiasts with a passion for motorcycling.
Our aim is to challenge convention. To deliver a refreshing change from most of the established motorcycle press.
As riders ourselves, we feel that you deserve something better. Something different and thought-provoking.
Stories, insights and articles that you actually want to read.
WE'RE ABOUT PEOPLE, BIKES, LIFESTYLES & EXPERIENCES!
The vastness of Canada offers us miles of exceptional riding routes, some remarkable places to explore and breathtaking scenery.
But, this wonderful country can also keep us rather far apart. We want to try to unite us and share what, for geography’s sake, we might not have otherwise known.
We will highlight the places where we gather - such as those special cafés, bistros and hangouts; the hardworking people that we meet; and the local businesses that we have come to rely upon. We’ll also bring you the stories of the amazing characters that emerge from our community.
We’ll also cover the new bikes, accessories, technologies and riding gear that we believe should be worthy of your consideration. However, we’ll do all that without boring you, or bogging you down in stats and irrelevant technical trivia - there’s far too much of that nonsense already!
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
Most importantly of all, we want to connect with you.
It makes no difference what you ride. The fact that you do is all that matters. You may have a café racer that you have built, or a classic that you have lovingly restored, a wonderful cruiser, a well-travelled adventure bike, a scooter, or a brand-new sports bike. You may even be thinking to buying a bike and wondering how to get started and what to expect.
These stories are all inspiring, and that alone is reason enough to share them.
No matter what you ride, we want to hear from you.
JOIN US AN ENJOY THE RIDE!
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