We are finishing and will be posting the last of 2019 our car show videos, and then we will begin working on our 2020 Salem Roadster Show videos. After that, we plan to post the rest of our 2019 motorcycle racer profile videos before starting our summer motorcycle series. In addition, we are planning on covering a karting event in May.
Today we launched a five episode series called "Road to Road Racing: The Video Series" which is our largest combined video project (comparable to our first movie), and the cumulative episodes can be watched back-to-back for a total of an hour and thirty seven minutes. The intention of the series is to motivate others to follow their dreams at any age or size and to show some of the process to those that may be interested in doing a track day, getting a motorcycle road racing license, or racing.
As this site has grown, we added a free Google search that will enable visitors an additional way to locate our information.
We finished as much of our Road to Road Racing series as possible by the end of October, so we could begin working on the roadster show videos. We will be posting them fast and furious to get caught up, and try to return to the left over bike videos prior to the car show season starts 1st qtr of 2020.
"If it has a motor and is tricked out... We Like It!"
RDR uses YouTube to host our videos and prodominently Facebook to interact. We also have a presence on Instagram and Twitter. We interview enthusiats, give our opinions, do product options, and create our show videos - all to have a fun time discussing issues that those of us with motorized toys are passionate about. We attend cool events and pick folks to hang out with and find out about their rides or tricking stuff out. The more folks subscribe to our YouTube channel, Like us on Facebook, and leave positive comments in all of our areas, the more opportunities we will have to bring great stuff.
Please help us spread the word and try to get others to participate as well.