- By cannonball
It often takes an anniversary of sorts to stop and reflect on where we’ve been; be it a birthday and our own self contemplation, or an anniversary and reflections on relationships or professional accomplishments. As this year comes to a close, we’ve spent a lot of time planning 2017 content, which means we’ve spent some time looking back at what we’ve done in the past year. I’ve only been around six months or so, but it’s incredible to look back at the library of work behind us, the incredible experiences we’ve been able to have, and the way we’ve grown as we’ve tried to evolve our product.
I could not be more proud to be a part of this team and to call these guys my peers; it’s honestly quite humbling. I didn’t really know our Editor in Chief Mark Hoyer at all before taking the job, and the man never ceases to amaze me with his bike knowledge, riding prowess, or enthusiasm for a great story. My complaint of motorcycle journalism has always been that too many magazines/sites seem to not want to get better and that too many people are far too happy to keep doing the same thing they’ve been doing for the last decade; without trying to find new ways to engage, inspire, educate, and entertain readers. But, somehow, I lucked out with Hoyer, a guy who hasn’t (yet) tired of my crazy ideas or the all the work it takes him to refine them for the better.
What’s your favourite #Motorcycle story from #2016? #Cannonballism