There’s no doubt these times have been pressing for everyone, not only in Canada but around the world. We are first and foremost a motorcycle publication about, and for, Canadians, and through the publication we’ve been lucky enough to meet and befriend some amazing people within the motorcycle industry around the world. We would like to send our warmest thoughts to everyone we have connected with during this trying time and remind you to social distance and be safe.
At Motorcycle Mojo we are healthy and staff is working from their homes. We are doing our best to continue to provide you with informative and entertaining reading material and news within the motorcycle industry.
We have also been working on a new website for months and hopefully it will be up and running in a week or two so check it out when you are looking for something to keep you occupied as it has tons of information, bike reviews, travel articles etc.
There is no telling the impact this will have on us over time, our economy, culture, resources, mental health and more. We know the love of motorcycles has gotten us through many hard times in life, and although motorcycles might not be for everyone, it showcases the valid point that we need to find little pockets of joy throughout these trying times.
We also want to encourage you to reach out to someone that doesn’t bike and just have a genuine conversation by phone or social media with them, something light-hearted can change their daily outlook from bleak to hopeful.
We love what we do and will continue to provide Motorcycle Mojo for all of our subscribers to further enjoy. Please be patient as some facets of the delivery chain of our magazine may be slowed by the effects of this virus, which will be out of our control and may affect timely delivery.
We will be having some contests posted on social media shortly to keep you entertained as well, so check them out. The prizes won’t be huge but it’s the thought that counts, right?
Please, be smart and stay safe and healthy.
editor in chief,