Sport Rider magazine is obsessed with motor bikes and the latest news and gear reviews. The magazine is produced in America and is released on a monthly basis. There will be useful road tests of new models as well as technical information and interesting reader’s questions and opinions in the reader’s letters sections. The magazine is pretty full-on with a huge amount of high-speed images and helpful training sections for those who are new to riding these kind of bikes.
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There is basically everything featured in Sport Rider that you’d expect in any other bike obsessed magazine. With the in-depth road tests, readers can expect an honest appraisal of the particular bike in question. These review sections are essential reading for those who may not be as familiar with these types of bikes. The honesty used will mean that readers wont get ripped off or buy a bike that will cost them way too much to maintain in the future.
There are interesting ‘behind the scene’ features for those readers who want to take their obsession to the next level. These behind the scene sections could for example take the reader to a factory or an engineering office where the bikes themselves are first put together. These sections will give the readers a deeper understanding of how these bikes are made and how much effort is put into creating these masterpieces of machinery.
There will also be fascinating insightful interviews with championship riders in the US at the moment as well as from the past few years; readers can for example get a glimpse into the life of Fred Merkel and other legendary bikers. Merkel won the World Super Bike championship two times if you didn’t know. He is now apparently living in New Zealand and owns an engineering consultancy business. Quite a different life he is leading now we think that you’ll agree. These interviews will often look at the competitor’s entire career and how their injuries and bikes affected their performance in the sport. Avid fans of the Championships will love these in-depth reviews of champions as well as having a sneaky look at what their lives are like now.