East Coast Biker Online Magazine

March 2009 East Coast biker Magazine

East Coast Biker has launched its new online version of the free paper and ink magazine well known throughout the Philadelphia area. Publisher Norm Keller plans to increase coverage to the entire east coast motorcycle community by going online with the new 3D format. With the 3D format you flip through the pages of the online magazine using a left and right arrow and can zoom in on the pages you want to read.

Our good friend Joker from My Harley-Davidson Mystique has the honor of being the New England correspondent. You can find his story on page 44. I’m sure Joker will be scouting out cover girl talent back home in Boston so that you don’t just see Philly girls on the cover every month.

Like Joker, I am also a contributing writer for East Coast Biker Online. For this March issue I wrote a product review of the 12 Volt Power Port for motorcycles that Ray Bowers and I market. See page 46.

12 Volt Power Port with SAE 2-pin connector

Please take the time to visit www.EastCoastBiker.net and check out the free 3D magazine. If you like it, you can subscribe to the members only segment of the website which features the Cover Girl Photo Album. A six month subscription is only $14.95 which isn’t too bad if you’re into looking at scantily clad biker chicks. That’s less than $2.50 per month.

Click here to visit EastCoastBiker.net

Click here to visit My Harley-Davidson Mystique

Click here to read about the 12 Volt Power Port

Click here to purchase a 12 Volt Power Port

14 Responses to “East Coast Biker Online Magazine”

  1. I hope you and Joker find good fun and excitement in this new endeavor…

  2. Thanks for sharing.

    Ride on,

  3. very cool!

  4. Cool to be sharing the limelight with you. I also have something up on my blog about it. It’s a good feeling to have someone else like your writing enough to put it in their publication. Congrats. Now I have to get busy recruiting some local talent for the cover!

  5. Like I said over on Jokers place. This is awesome! Congrats!

  6. Congratulations!
    Your on your way up!
    Soon I can say Hey…I knew him when…

  7. Thank you all, your support is always appreciated.

  8. Congratulations…You 2 are going to do very very well
    Can you really do it?
    Cheers and keep well

  9. Congratulations on the writing gig. Looking at the cover I suddenly feel I could get to like cruisers a whole lot more!

  10. I can see you on a stretched out chopper doing tight U-turns out on the training range with a bikini model sitting on the fender.

  11. I heard a rumor you are the present of the local 99%er club.


  12. I have to admit, even though it’s at my expense, that it would be an entertaining picture. My success, or lack thereof, would be highly dependent on which fender she was on!

  13. Let the rumors begin! Thanks for the ego stroke Doug.
    I was thinking the rear fender Mr. IronDad… but with your skill that wouldn’t be much of a challenge, would it? Go for the front!

  14. […] related to this online experience has been awesome. It was a great honor to be asked to write for East Coast Biker in March. It made me feel like a legitimate motorcycle journalist. It was an even bigger honor to be asked […]

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