In this episode, I talk with Curtis Sawyer of Indian Rider Radio for his podcast. Curtis reached out to me because he sees me as an inspiration in the podcast and YouTube space. I have to admit that it is quite humbling, and I appreciate his kind words. Curtis is looking to grow his podcast through YouTube. We get into what it takes to be successful as a content creator. Let me tell you, it isn't easy.
We also talk about the motorcycle community; where it is and where we see it going.
One of the big changes is that motorcycle companies are looking to YouTube and other social media platforms for advertising. It seems the days of magazines and moto-journalists are passed. Riders watch YouTube and other social media platforms to get honest reviews of motorcycles.
Update to what I said in the episode. We finally connected with the company that handles Public Relations for Indian Motorcycles. We expect to ride and review some Indian motorcycles in the very near future. Keep an eye out on our YouTube Channel for those ride and review videos.
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