posted by Michael Emmett from United Kingdom on 15.11.15 10:32
When I got my first issue, back in April, I thought this was a great read and well worth the money. But each issue has simply got better and better. The last issue is simply fantastic.
You are providding what the professional magazines can't do and what the BMW Club should be doing but doesn't.
The Airhead is going from strength to strength. Now that members get club discounts and cheaper insurance I can't see any reason why this won't continue to grow and become THE major player on the Airhead scene
posted by John Robinson from United Kingdom on 01.11.15 22:18
I've just sat through a very entertaining read of your latest "publication", and just wanted to offer my congratulations on a job well done.
I appreciate that it's early days, but it's showing a nice mix of articles, from tech tips, to readers rides. Deliberately or not, it seems to be reflecting the format of the monthly classic magazines, and that can't be a bad thing. From a personal point of view, I got to the end far too quickly, and that can't be a bad thing either!
As far as my local club is concerned, I have to say that I'm not in a position to be critical, as to be honest, I've only attended four or five meetings this year, but the lack of earlier machines means that I'm not drawn to the club. Don't get me wrong, there are some lovely people usually in attendance, but the great bulk of the machines are no more than a few years old. Ironically, when I chat to the guys, most seem to have an "Airhead" lurking in the garage !
Again, well done on trying to breath some life into the earlier bike scene.