Thursday, March 17, 2016


Reviews.Motorcycles now a leading source of more than 27,000 reviews written by riders -- for riders

Reviews.Motorcycles, a new rider-generated motorcycle review website, recently launched a beta version of its website. The site helps riders find reliable reviews in order to be more confident about their motorcycle purchases. The website features more than 27,000 consumer reviews of motorcycles and other powersports vehicles. Riders are able to post reviews along with pictures of their motorcycles.

The mission of Reviews.Motorcycles is to provide quality, reliable information to powersports buyers. The site gives buyers all of the resources they need to make an informed decision about their next motorcycle purchase. The unique focus of the site is to provide reviews written by actual riders for other riders. There are no paid reviews from journalists or other professionals on Reviews.Motorcycles.

In addition, fans can see how many miles a reviewer put on the bike before writing the review. This lets customers conduct research based on information from riders who bought the same bike they are considering. The star ranking system on the site allows buyers to get a quick summary of how the reviewer felt about the motorcycle in general.
To learn more about Reviews.Motorcycles, check out the site here.

About Reviews.Motorcycles
Reviews.Motorcycles is an affiliate of, a division of Dominion Enterprises. Dominion Enterprises is a leading marketing services and publishing company serving the automotive, recreational and commercial vehicle, real estate, apartment rental, parenting, and travel industries. Headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, with 3,300 employees in the United States, Canada, England, Spain and Italy, the company provides a comprehensive suite of technology-based marketing solutions, and more than 45 market leading websites. Millions of For Rent® and® publications are distributed across the U.S. each year. For more information, visit

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Maintain Your Ride said...

Interesting site. I wonder how they're convincing riders to write for them? Are the reviews incentivized?

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