I have entered the blogosphere. Finally.

I read somewhere that back in the 70′s for every one Airhead BMW Motorcycle sold in America, 100 Honda CB750′s were sold.
Now, I imagine you’ll find 100 Airhead BMW’s for every one CB750 on the road today.

I struggled with what would be the first official post. It should be prolific. Grand in nature. Broad in scope. Right? How would we start this blog? I wondered, And then I realized it’s just like riding into a rally full of people you’ve never met – once you put up your tent & crack a beer you introduce yourself. It seems like the thing to do, right?

First the business. We are Boxerworks – one of the first websites dedicated to airhead Beemer’s on the web back in 1999. We also scour the earth for bikes and parts in order to keep our customers and they’re bikes on the road.

If you you want to learn more about us; soon we’ll launch our all new website and there you can learn all about us, what we do, & detail our services and products.

This blog isn’t about that. This blog is about motorcycles, air-cooled BMW motorcycles, and the cult of riders who love them. People with an unbreakable bond with vintage motorcycles. At Boxerworks, we are passionate about motorcycling. We will explore motorcycling with a focus on vintage airhead Beemers and those who ride them.  You will learn about us. Who’s behind this blog. Who’s on this trip.

We’ll also talk about people we meet along the way who have some strong bonds to motorcycling, rallies, racing, preservation, and they’re bikes of course…. People who are doing good things in the industry we live in. People who are passionate about the same things we are passionate about. And every once in awhile we may toss in something weird just to mix it up a bit.

And did someone say passion? Lets call it opinion as there will be no shortage of that in this blog. Sometimes you will agree, sometimes maybe not. No matter, we want to hear from you. Always! We can’t wait for your comments to start but please respect the blog. We ask that people be respectful with their comments. Constructive criticism is welcome. Please don’t say something here that you wouldn’t say around the fire at a motorcycle rally. We would appreciate that.

So, there you have it. My introduction to blogging. If you have questions or comments, please ask. We’re listening.

See you on the road.

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