The Motorbike Writer site was launched by Mark Hinchliffe in May 2013. Motorbike Writer is a motorcycle industry publisher that provides a global audience with motorcycle reviews, industry news, topical motorcycling commentary complemented by regular reader offers, competitions and giveaways! The staff at Motorbike Writer are determined to making the site the number one motorcycle news and reviews and travel info destination.
We are totally committed to providing our readers with engaging motorcycle content and relevant offers. This is why we have achieved category leading growth in site traffic driven by regular original content coupled with an ongoing program of site development and optimization. Motorbike Writer also fully leverages social channels to drive an industry leading proportion of site traffic, which demonstrates significant social traction and provides significant additional reach.
In mid-2020 Motorbike Writer joined the A07 Online Media portfolio of powersports brands. I sold the business to a committed and fun group of entrepreneurs and am excited for the future of the brand and site.
If you are interested in featured product reviews or partnering with Motorbike Writer to offer our readers discounts or exclusive offers either on site or in our newsletter then please contact us here. We are also happy to have our team attend press events or launches, so let us know. Alternatively, if you are interested in contributing to Motorbike Writer then please email us by clicking this link Contributor Enquiry and we will come back to you.
My name is Mark Hinchliffe and I am the founder of Motorbike Writer. I sold the business in mid-2020 to A07 Online Media. You can find my articles in Australian motorcycle magazines such as Australian Road Ride and Cruiser & Trike, various Australian Provincial Newspapers, and the RACQ’s Road Ahead website. I also have myriad articles (car, 4WD and bike news and reviews) on the web from the past decade-plus while motoring editor at The Courier-Mail and as Carsguide reporter.
It’s a thousand pages, give or take a few,
I’ll be writing more in a week or two.
I can make it longer if you like the style,
I can change it round and I want to be a motorbike writer, motorbike writer!