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Recognition & About Us
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It is really nice to receive recognition for the hard work we all do here at Total Motorcycle for you. While it is never expected, it can make someones day knowing that you appreciated something about our site.

This little section will take you outside the Total Motorcycle Website Box. For those interested, it has visitor comments, technical stats, visitors who have supported us directly and other odds and ends.

Would you like to add you own comment about the site? Just Email me. :)

 

- Introduction
- Visitor Comments
- Total Motorcycle website featured in magazines
- Miscellaneous Awards
- Directly Supporting Visitors
- Website Stats and Figures
- Countries we are visited from
- Terms of Use & Privacy Policy

 

 

Total Motorcycle Statistics 2000-2014

Year
Website Hits
Unique Visitors

Pages Served

252 Million Hits
16.5 Million Visitors
101 Million Pages
455 Million Hits
16.3 Million Visitors
156 Million Pages
661 Million Hits
24.7 Million Visitors
222 Million Pages
582 Million Hits
26.2 Million Visitors
211 Million Pages
784 Million Hits
31.7 Million Visitors
294 Million Pages
534 Million Hits
20 Million Visitors
149 Million Pages
493 Million Hits
15.3 Million Visitors
96 Million Pages
351 Million Hits
10.2 Million Visitors
69 Million Pages
290 Million Hits
6.8 Million Visitors
68 Million Pages
280 Million Hits
5 Million Visitors
64 Million Pages
105 Million Hits
2.5 Million Visitors
22 Million Pages
10.43 Million Hits
0.627 Million Visitors
2.7 Million Pages
2000 - 2014
Grand Totals
4.85 Billion
Website Hits
179 Million
Unique Visitors

1.44 Billion
Pages Served

 

 

 

Introduction:

This has got to be one of the least frequently updated sections of the website. It is not because we don't get accolades, awards, letters of appreciation or offers to visit fans around the world, we do! Let's face it, I am just modest!

Here are some of the things we are very proud of we would like to share with you, visiting our website and reading this right now.

Thanks to our Sponsors, members and visitors for making Total Motorcycle so
successful in supporting motorcyclists and motorcycling worldwide for over 12 years.

Total Motorcycle has been featured in/on:

- Los Angeles Times
- The Bikers Atlas
- Practical Living Magazine
- How to Ride a Motorcycle,
- Cycle Torque Magazine,
- AME Magazine
- Cycle Canada,
- BBC4
- CISL 650 Vancouver
- Bike Trader
- Plus many more

 

** UPDATE **

August 4th, 2014 - Amazing how fast time goes. It wasn't long ago that the last of the 2014 motorcycle models came out and now I am putting up the 2015's. It didn't feel that 2014 was going to be that busy of a year, but after updating our monthly statistics today we have passed 2013's yearly numbers already! And also that puts us up to 178 million UNIQUE readers, a pretty incredible number considering around 65-70% of our traffic comes from the USA. I keep putting up the very best information and photos I can find of the lastest bikes and I'm glad riders are enjoying reading about them! Our forums are doing quite well with the new security protocals and we have added a subscrible/unsubscribe feature which allows members to picks and choose which sub-forums they want to stay up with. The economy still feels sluggish but slowly picking up, we have had more advertisers this year than last and as the statistical numbers above tell me, more people are intersted in bikes this year too. The 2015's motorcycle models are starting to come in and it looks like Indian Motorcycle is really going to make waves this year, especially with the release of the 2015 Indian Scout. On on personal note it's been almost 2 years since I bought my 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 and I am still loving it. Most fun city bike I've ever owned hands down. I hope they make a V11 version of it, not that it needs more power, just when you have something so great you just want that little bit more all the time. haha.

February 20th, 2014 - Wow, what a year, so many new 2014 models were added to the site this year and we optimized the forums as well for nagivation, ease of use any speed. Since September, the Chinese have not let up on the IP attacks and continue to try and steal the information off the entire site, to combat this, we have blocked almost all of China from accessing the site (IP Bans), and put up a new user approval system in our forums as the re-Captcha codes have been broken by spammers around the world, hopefully Google fixes their re-Captcha. Seems the Global recession is really kicking in as revenue and traffic have really hit low levels not seen since 2009. The good news is traffic is slowly starting to increase again and I've needed to increase the site's bandwidth another 500GB/mo. All I can do is to continue to put up the highest quality information around and hope to ride out the recession along with what is left of the manufacturers. Here is hoping my next update shows better numbers.

September 3rd, 2013 - Big updates on site and forum navigation. With the introduction of a CSS drop down menu navigation has never been easier on the site. With over 350,000 pages it isn't easy to have everything within a 3 click range, but now things are within a 1-2 click range (and 3 at most). Woohoo! For the forums, a big update today on making the forum headers, forum titles and sub forums simplier, easier and faster to find, post and store messages. We consulidated about a 1/3 of the forums. With the new 2014 models now arriving it's been busy, but the manufacturers have been slow this year to bring out the models vs pervious years, I sure hope the economy isn't the cause of it as eariler this year things were just strating to look up; although in truth, nothing really has improved. Due to the improved nagivation, our page views and hits have had a nice reduction (less overhead) as visitors require less pages to view to find the information they are searching for. Quite the contrast to other big sites like eBay and Facebook where page views = profit and thus both have rolled out a even poorer nagivation systems to visitors see more pages.

On a sad note I have to report that our site has come under multiple attacks by those using Chinese IP addresses over the course of 2013, starting at the end of April. I've been banning Chinese IPs now since then for any spam/hack attacks coming from China. Sadly, the majority of Chinese traffic is not good traffic. The good news is, is that is it working and since the Chinese IP bans, our bandwidth usage has dropped by almost 66% thanks in large to stopping this attacks from all over China. Hopefully one day I can unban all these Chinese IP address ranges.

 

April 10th, 2013 - A lot of things have changed in my life since the last update. I have moved from the UK to the USA, that was a lot of work and effort for many months. Total Motorcycle has had some big graphic updates, some new features and I have added double the bandwidth (currently at 2.3 TB per month!) to accomodate the increase in traffic. The economy is still no better off than 2010 though telling by TMW advertiser revenue and external motorcycle sales numbers; hopefully we are not looking at another big recession shortly. On the positive note, manufacturers are responding well to the economy and are producing 500cc motorcycles again! A big yay on that as there was an extreme shortage of good beginner bikes and value motorcycles out there, I look forward to promoting these on TMW.

Traffic is doing well on Total Motorcycle, we passed 4.2 Billion hits, served 1.2 Billion pages and have hit 147 Million unique visitors! Quite a feat and one that I couldn't have done alone without the support of many!

It will be time to start the 2014 Motorcycle Guides soon and there already has been a few 2014 early release models that have come out. Amazingly early IMO, but it's marketing.

 

July 4th 2011 - Wow, is 2011 really half over? Where has time gone! Well, at least I can say that I've spent my time in the best way possible, by helping over 110 million on Total Motorcycle and I have YOU the visitor to thank for that because you spread the world we are here. So, a BIG thank you to YOU.

Since October 2010, there has been a lot of updates, upgrades and changes to Total Motorcycle. In fact I don't even know where to begin so I'll point form it all to save space and your time.

- Entire site has been upgraded to 1280x720+ resolution.
- All new photos will be increased in size from 555 to 700 pixels and 1680 to 2000 pixels.
- New easier to use and find stuff navigation system site-wide.
- New guide index, model index and 18 new snazzy Total Motorcycle Guide covers
- Updated facebook, twitter, blogger and YouTube Total Motorcycle accounts
- We are now shooting 1080p HD quality video and 1080p HD 3D video in our reviews!
- We welcomed BETA, Zero and EBR (Erik Buell Racing) to our list of 35 manufacturers we are media for.
- Added social media buttons site-wide to integrate TMW into Web 2.0
- Added the Total Motorcycle Cool Wall, a new bike every Friday, very popular thus far.
- Added the Total Motorcycle Museum Handbook, a history of our webpages and logos from 2000. (very cool)
- Added a Unit Converter Guide to convert ANYTHING to ANYTHING. + Fuel MPG calculator
- Added a Model History Guide to showcase some of the best models thru time.
- Added 2012 Motorcycle and ATV Model Guides, already filling up with new 2012 models.
- Many new reviews added.
- Removed 4 advertising spots to cut down on ad clutter and increase ad quality.

So you can see, it's been a very busy year thus far!

On a side note 2010 looks like the "brighter side" of the world recession as 2011 is proving to be worse thus far. Europe has massive debt issues (Portugal, Ireland, Iceland, Spain, Italy and Greece). Greece is currently "defaulting and rioting" as I write this. The USA has been hit hard with the recession as unemployment moves up (9.1%) home prices keep falling and the US is now involved in another war (Libya). Canada is doing ok considering the average Canadian is 150% in debt.

For Total Motorcycle visitors vs 2010 are up a little thus far, page views are down a little (most likely to the improved navigation) and in 2011 we celebrated our 3 Billion'th hit and 100 Million'th visitor!

Looking forward to helping even more in 2011 and 2012. :)

 

October 5th 2010 - Looks like the 2011 motorcycles are finally rolling in, the new 2011 BMW K1600GT and K1600GTL we talked about in June (4 months before any other site knew about them) were released today. Kawasaki should have it's 2011 out today too. In July Total Motorcycle attended the 2010 Harley-Davidson and Best Western media ride which we have revied here and I hope there are many more rides like that one to come!

For stats, 2010 has been yet another RECORD BREAKING year. Total Motorcycle broke all records for visitors, pages viewed and hits back in July and there is still another 3 months left in the year! Amazing. Sadly, I can't say the same thing about ad revenues. They are down quite a bit from 2007. 2007 was the best year for ad revenue due to the world economy boom and with the crash in 2008 and a slight recovery in 2009 then a drop again in late 2010 I feel we are not out of the great recession yet!

I'm not sure what the motorcycle manufacturers are truely doing with their 2010 and 2011 model releases, they are quite erractic and spratic. Suzuki and Honda for example didn't release many 2010's and it looks like they won't release many 2011's either. I have a bad feeling the whole picture is a little worse than they are telling us.

Regardless, Total Motorcycle will continue to be around, we have great content, tens of millions (85 million unique thus far) visitors and we were smart enough to save for a rainy day such as these. :)

 

June 8th 2010 - Has it really been 7 months since my last update here? Wow, time does fly. I've been busier this year (2010) than any other with the website, updates to the models (2010 and 2011), upgrades to the forums and photogalleries and so much more. We have had a huge increase in traffic these last 7 months as well, again blowing away our previous records (300% growth in 12 months), for this, I have to thank our huge base of new and loyal visitors who just can't get enough Total Motorcycle! Well, the 2011 models have just starting to come out and our 2011 motorcycle models guides are now up with new KTM, Harley-Davidsons and Kawasaki models. Also there are still some late year 2010's coming out too. I don't know what happend to Suzuki USA models in 2010, I can only speculate they released 2009's as 2010. Suzuki Canada, EU and AU released 2010's though.

In July Total Motorcycle has a big review coming up with Harley-Davidson Canada. We are going to fly out to Edmonton and ride (4 days) to Calgary via the Canadian Rocky Mountains, it promises to be a very exciting trip on different new H-Ds.

I wrote last about the economy in 2009, well, things have been see-sawing back and forth between bad to fair and there have been (are still are). These issues that will (I am sure) affect the motorcycle industry as high unemployment (9.8% USA and 8.x% in Canada), a credit crisis and a wild up and down stock market (9,807 US DOW and 11,466 Canada TSX) affects both consumers and businesses. One thing Total Motorcycle is doing to help out is our new low advertising rates to give advertisers awesome exposure at a low rate.

December 4th 2009 - It is hard to imagine that 2009 is drawing to a close and we will soon be in another decade. This decade "The Naughties" might be remembered as the best of time and the worst of times, but those who visit Total Motorcycle might remember it as the decade of TMW, who brought friendly, helpful, useful and unbaised information, education and reviews about motorcycling to the internet. 2010 will mark the 10th Anniversary of Total Motorcycle (has it been so long already?) and I look forward to providing the same very high quality resource, completely free of charge, to you, for another 10 years. Total Motorcycle has sure grown since 2000, from a very small website called "100% Motorcycling Page" on free-servers to "Total Motorcycle" serving 1.2 terabyte of great information to millions of visitors each month. I will have to post some photos of the original site (early stuff) so you can have a smile at it.

The economy, despite what the media and politians say, seems to be slowly getting worse again after a brief resprite in April to October 2009. No manufacturer, business or website (like TMW) is immune to the downturn; even Harley-Davidson. H-D last month discontinued the entire Buell Motorcycle lineup and their new MV Agusta purchase is now for sale, just yesterday almost 1/2 of H-D's workforce will be gone (800 out of 1900). At the NEC 2009 Motorcycle show, Harley-Davidson, Buell, Honda, Moto-Guzzi, MV Agusta, Aprilia, Benelli and Bimota didn't even show up.

I mentioned in late 2007 that we could be starting to see the late 80's to mid 90's again come back again for motorcycling. Anyone who remembers those times will be sad as it was a depressing time for the industry (very low sales, less riders, etc). Let's hope it doesn't get that bad and this "Double-dip recession" doesn't get much worse.

 

October 2nd 2009 - Last month, Total Motorcycle reached a huge goal, 2 Billion Hits! If that were miles, it would be the distance from our Sun to the planet Neptune. Wowzers, that is a lot of people helped around the world. :)


What does Total Motorcycle and the planet Neptune have in common?

Hits
2,003,295,094

 

September 1st 2009 - What a year it has been thus far. Like Charles Dickens wrote in his novel "A Tale of Two Cities" : It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…

The economy has spared few and hurt many more. I feel incredibly aweful for those who have lost their jobs, their homes or their companies in this recession. Back in January I started offering advertising at just $1.50 to help out motorcycle related businesses and that has been very successful to date on both ends. Also many more people are visiting Total Motorcycle than ever before in the past 9 years. In hard times like these people seek the simple (and inexpensive) pleasures and the smile a motorcycle can only bring. Motorcycle manufacturers have been hurt less than the auto companies because of this, I believe.

The 2010 motorcycle models are now coming out slowly and TMW has been posting them the day they do. The manufacturers are releasing the 2010's a little slower this year, I'm guessing they are thinking about the economy and if they should discontinue any models as most manufacturer lineups are more full today than ever before.

On a historical front, Total Motorcycle is quickly approaching it's 10th Anniversary! Amazing, 10 great years of helping millions of riders around the world. When I started Total Motorcycle back in 2000, my goal was to provide a site that would help support riders worldwide through friendly, helpful and unbiased information and I believe we all did it. Now, I must give credit where credit it due and say Total Motorcycle could not have been possible (or as successful in helping others) without you, the visitor, the forum member and the supporter (personal, private and corporate). So, a BIG thank you there. :)

 

April 1st 2009 - Spring is here and so are the flood of motorcycles on the streets and motorcyclists online. I'm very proud to say that our March stats blew everything older out of the water. Most visitors, most page views and over a Terrabyte of bandwidth. 4.2 Million visitors called Total Motorcycle home in 2009 thus far. Total Motorcycle has also created our 2010 motorcycle model guides, now featuring 31 motorcycle manufacturers! It seems like the 2009 models just came out, but a few of them just released 2010 models. Amazing. Our 2009 motorcycle and 2009 ATV/Quad guides are now complete. Our community biker forums are more popular than ever with hundreds browsing them at any minute of the day. I'm so happy to offer Total Motorcycle to help the millions of riders out there and I'm very happy they come, learn and enjoy themselves here too.

 

January 1st 2009 - Happy New Year 2009! 2008 was a great year for Total Motorcycle visitors as they came in record numbers to check out the continually growing numerous guides, handbooks, information areas and our ever popular forums. The site's mantra is: Useful, helpful and friendly and 2008 lived up to that I believe. Many visitors wrote and complemented how great and useful the site was to them and asked if it will always be free of change. Yes, the site, it's content and forums will always be free, no fees, no cost, no membership and no charges! :)

Visitors were treated to a brand new guide in 2008, the Total Motorcycle ATV and Quad Bike Guide. Just like our 2000-2009 Motorcycle Guides the ATV and Quad Bike Guide will feature mainstream ATV/Quad manufacturers models as they come out each year with full press/media unique information, specifications and as always, huge desktop sized studio and action photos of each model. Also in 2008 our Motorcycle Model Guides were expanded with our media/press affiliations to 27 motorcycle manufacturers! Bandwidth was also upgraded twice in 2008 to 1,000 Gigabytes (1 Terabyte) to handle the increased traffic. We even upgraded our server to a 4x Quad-Core to make the site more speedy.

2008 was also a great year for record numbers over our 2007 banner year as we got 40.4% more Hits, 50.4% more Visitors and 39% more Page Views in 2008 vs 2007. By any means, quite a little success story and a great indicator of how Total Motorcycle is making a difference in helping motorcyclists and supporting motorcycling worldwide which is THE reason Total Motorcycle is here. We are honoured to help so many in 2008 and if we can help even more people in the future, that would be our wish for 2009.

Month / Year
Hits
Unique Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
2008 Totals 492,395,454 15,353,854 95,734,687 9,446.66 GB
2007 Totals 350,657,241 10,211,318 69,042,155 6,939.42 GB
% Increase
+40.4%
+50.4%
+39%
+36%

 

 

November 27th 2008 - As economic concerns and the credit crisis worry people all around the globe it is good to remember that good friends, good support and good times can always be found amoung motorcycists around the world. The motorcycling community is very friendly, special and unique; I don't know of one motorcyclist who won't bend over backwards to help a fellow biker out, and that is just one of the amazing reasons why being a rider is so great.

As car sales, house sales and shopping sales slow to record lows, motorcycle sales are slowing as well, but interestingly not as badly. Motorcycles offer excellent value and low maintenance cost, cheap insurance and amazing fuel economy. These reasons are a few why motorcycle sales are still strong.

On the website side of things, Total Motorcycle is constantly growing, 2008 will be the biggest year ever for all stats; hits, visitors, pages viewed and more. It's been an amazing year and 2009 will be our 9th Anniversay! Amazing that it's been 9 years now since we started. How time flies when you are having fun!!

2008 Totals 492,395,454 15,353,854 95,734,687 9,446.66 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Unique Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
2007 Totals 350,657,241 10,211,318 69,042,155 6,939.42 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Unique Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
2006 Totals 290,298,615 6,787,630 68,681,189 5,427 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Unique Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth

 

September 2nd 2008 - Well, sadly, the summer in North America is coming to a slow close, soon the leaves will be changing color. But this does not mean motorcycling is over, in fact, riders hit the internet roads! In 2008, thus far, we are now official media/press for 26 motorcycle manufacturers! I honestly do not know of any other website so affiliated with the indusry. This means lots of work as the 2009 models are starting to come in, new releses to be posted and even more members join our already successful forums. In terms of website statistics, we have now passed the 2007 record number of visitors last year in just August this year! What an achievement for Total Motorcycle! I appreciate all who come to check out Total Motorcycle, learn and share on here and let others know about this huge resource a lot. Thank you!!

January 6th 2008 - 2007 brought Total Motorcycle new traffic records breaking (actually smashing) the old ones set in 2006. Total Motorcycle was up over 160 million hits, 4 million more visitors and 1 million page views from our 2006 records!

What a year 2007 was... And Total Motorcycle will be here in 2008 to (knock on wood) smash those 2007 records. :)

 

June 1st 2007 - When I mentioned above "This has got to be one of the least frequently updated sections of the website. It is not because we don't get accolades, awards, letters of appreciation or offers to visit fans around the world, we do!" I was telling the whole truth. A couple of weeks ago Total Motorcycle was on Rolling Thunder Radio (Vancouver CISL 650) talking about bikes, the internet and of course giving all of you a great appreciative shout-out! In December 2006 we were featured in The Los Angeles Times with a big write up as well. :)

Both our Total Motorcycle Fuel Economy Guide and Total Motorcycle Biker's Dictionary have entered new editions. The Fuel Economy Guide is now in it's 2nd edition and our Dictionary in it's 3rd. Both have several hunderd new items added.

Our Total Motorcycle forum community has grown to an amazing 10,619 members! People love how uniquely friendly, useful and helpful it is for all bikers and non-bikers. We have new additional forums for the Ladies, selling, motorcycle blogs and more!

As always the Total Motorcycle continues to grow and evolve I really want to say thank you to all our visitors, members, supporters and advertisers who make Totalmotorcycle.com such a wonderful place to visit regularly. Thanks for making Total Motorcycle your virtual motorcycle destination!

September 6th 2005 - As summer (for the Northern Hemisphere) comes to a close and the new 2006 models are now coming out we reflect on Summer 2005 at Total Motorcycle. New this year (so far) is our TMW's BIG BOOK of Concept Bikes, (200+ Pages full of information and rare photos), Total Motorcycle Tire/Tyre Guide (11 Manufacturers and 100's of motorcycle tires in one spot), Total Motorcycle Bikers Dictionary 2nd ED (A dictionary filled with specialized biker terms), the first ever of its kind a TMW Motorcycle Fuel Economy Guide (A guide to motorcycle gas mileage and economy) and that is just a sample of what was new. In 2006 we added about a few thousand static pages; amazing.

Our forum has grown to 5,118 members with 43,000 messages and has helped millions of bikers out worldwide with its friendly members, and tones of useful and helpful content. So far in 2005 over a million new motorcyclists have discovered Total Motorcycle and that added to 20 million more page views over 2004 stats.

As Total Motorcycle continues to grow and evolve I really want to say thank you to all our visitors, members, supporters and advertisers who make Totalmotorcycle.com such a wonderful place to visit regularly. Thanks for making Total Motorcycle your virtual motorcycle destination!

 

May 1st 2005 - Total Motorcycle keeps growing at stunning rates and continues to be the #1 leading motorcycle information website in North America for 2005. Alexa ranking ranks Totalmotorcycle.com #10,000 most popular website in the world. May 2005 was another record breaking month for helping motorcyclists worldwide. On May 11th, Total Motorcycle hit #8,198 most popular website worldwide. :)

December 31st 2004 - Total Motorcycle ends a very fun and successful 2004 helping more motorcyclists around the world than ever before with over 104 million hits. 2.5 million riders made Total Motorcycle their virtual motorcycle destination. We also gave away more prizes than ever before in our free contests.

October 1st 2004 - Total Motorcycle moves into the #1 leading motorcycle information website position in North Amercia. Alexa ranking ranks Totalmotorcycle.com #15,000 most popular website in the world.

June 1st 2004 - Total Motorcycle keeps growing at stunning rates! From November 2003 to May 2004 (6 months) growth has multiplied by 15.5x times. We have now been featured in 6 motorcycle publications as well. It would easily seems Total Motorcycle is not only successful and unique but a growing destination for motorcyclists worldwide.

December 9th 2003 - In just one month, we have already surpassed our yearly growth expectations! Amazingly we have grown so big in one month that we need to purchase a much larger bandwidth package from our host to accomodate the amount of visitors to Total Motorcycle!

November 8th 2003 - We aquire the Total Motorcycle domain name (DNS) and fully go online with www.totalmotorcycle.com on November 11th. We found a paid host (www.idleserv.net) who would host us on their fast network and give us room to grow and accomodate our needs as well.

August - October 2003 - Too big, too fast, too much bandwidth, too much space, our free webhosts were telling us. We had to find a solution for both our visitors and our hosts fast. Our growth was skyrocketing and so were the demands on our hosts. I'm surprised web1000.com kept us online as much as they did! (thank you). We had no room left to grow, couldn't use anymore bandwidth, a decision had to be made.

July 31st 2003 - Hitting 1,000,000 unique visitors. A unique visitor is counted as 1 person per day visiting your page, no matter how many pages they view, pictures they see or visits they make in one day.

Early 2003 - "Completion" of our Reliable Used Motorcycle Buyers Guide and Beginners Guide to Motorcycling. Addition of a Motorcycle Photo Gallery. 1,200,000 hits in April alone!

At this stage, we knew we had something good, that people wanted. Rather than go "coporate and commercial" like so many other sites, we fiercely hung onto our original ideas (offering conent that was helpful, personal, friendly and useful).

Late 2002 - Birth of the Total Motorcycle name. We added http://totalmotorcycle.web1000.com and http://totalmotorcycle.t35.com (among others) to spread the bandwidth and our growing size out more on the free webhosts. Our hits were now in the 160,000 range per month. Adding more and more useful content we just kept growing. Almost doubling each months hits as we went along. Things were getting crazy good.

2001 - 2002 - In early 2001 we decided to start offering more to our visitors. We wanted to build something unique that people would keep comming back to. By offering conent that was helpful, personal, friendly and useful we started on the road to success. We still follow those basic principles today with our website.

September 2000 - All started here, with a few fan pages devoted to the CB400T. At the time, I was estatic about 120 hits a month. Now, we get over 5,600,000 hits a month! Times change eh! Our website at the time was: http://konica3.virtualave.net our name "the Rider homepage". Start of the Reliable Used Motorcycle Buyers Guide (research stage)

Our site, originally called "the Rider homepage" change to "100% motorcycle website". We were easily starting to out grow our old site http://konica3.virtualave.net. Hits were now in the 6,000 a month range.

 

 

Visitor Comments:

I want to take a minute to thank you for all the information on your web site. I recently purchased a new Harley-Davidson but only after 3 months of research into all the brands on the market today. Your site was one I relied upon heavily for information relating to individual bikes and reviews, accessories, riding gear. Your site was a big help to me and made my shopping much easier. When I finally settled on a bike to buy I was comfortable with the knowledge I had gained and was able to walk into the dealer more confident of my decision. Thanks again

A very satisfied new motorcycle owner

Larry
NE Missouri

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Just some words of whit !
I found your web page yesterday via Yahoo.com on a general search. I just wanted you to know that so far it is the BEST motorcycle web page I have come across. It is just packed full of good information.

I was looking at the Suzuki DR 650SE. I got the brochure from the dealer and it does not have the horse power of the bike listed at all. You web page does, and so much more. If I had four hands I'd give you people four thumbs up!

Great job and keep up the great job.

Barry G. Kery
Bethlehem, PA

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THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR PROVIDING THIS RESOURCE! I just really wanted to let you know how much I appreciate that this is here – the new rider stories and everything is so helpful! Beginning in motorcycling is like joining a secret society and trying to figure out the password by yourself it seems but your site really clarifies a lot of things for me. So thank you very much for providing such a great resource!

- Jonah Lather

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I love the site and will continue to send new riders there.

Best wishes!

S'miles and hugz,
Sasha

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I just wanted to take a second to thank you for sharing your beginning
riding experiences as well as your guide for beginners. It really helps to
know as a beginner I'm not a complete flunky if I stall the bike once in a
while (for some reason I had this idea that everyone but me gets this right
almost right away).

Anyway, your openess about the learning process as well as the route guide
are just great. Thanks again!

-Bryce Mohan

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Hey! Just found your site and spent all morning crusin here, great place!
SMS

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Hi, first of all, great website! Loads of information!

Thanks for your
help! John.

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Howdy! I just discovered your website and am loving it. Great work!

Thanks and safe riding!

Les "Weatherman" Jones

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Just wanted to let you know I really enjoy reading the forums on your website.
- Tony Degnan

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Thankyou for providing the "Reliable Used Motorcycle Buyers Guide" section of your site. I found it very informative; thanks again for your insight. - Josh

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What a great website you guy have, just phenomenal. - Glenn Castiglione

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You have a great site with a lot of good information, and I plan to use it to help me make a decision as to what bike to get. - Paul Croteau

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THANK YOU! The exploded view drawings of my bike (XJ650RJ) are big help. You have a great page! - Edward Eckbreth

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This is awesome. I have just found your web site and could not be happier.
- Dave Gagne

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I really have found your website so helpful that i think it's the most thorough and thoughtful I've read. The cc versus horsepower and moving parts, etc. helped more than any other website has. - Kim Murray

I've been on the TMW forums for about 2 months now, and I love the site! When I initially decided to get back into riding, I signed into four different motorcycle forums, including yours. I have since eliminated all but yours.

I feel TMW meets all of my needs as a motorcycle enthusiast. - Matt

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great site and getting better all the time. - Tony Marchitto

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I am getting back into motorcycles after being out for about ten years. I found your website and must say it is one of the best anywhere on the net. I'm doing a lot of research and your sight is a great help when considering different vintage bikes. I am very impressed. - Greg White

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Hello there,

Have recently discovered your superb motorbiking web site at http://totalmotorcycle.web1000.com/index.html.

What an excellent website with lots of excellent articles, links & things to think about!!!!!

Many thx for making this so freely available on the web!

:-) Andreas in Oz

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Last Sunday, I got my 1975 Honda CB-750 as a "parting gift" from my boyfriend... I know virtually nothing about motorcycles, but I knew I wanted this bike. He showed me how to start it, get it into first gear and cruise in a straight line, then he left.

So here I am with a big, cool motorcycle and not really a clue of what to do... then I just managed to surf onto your site tonight and have spent the past couple hours diligently reading all you've written for beginner bikers. THANK YOU! It has been the most comprehensive site I've found yet for information for a beginner like me. I plan on taking the MSF course as soon as I can carve away three days in my schedule and plan on following your guide to learning how to ride on the road. I just wanted to say how much I appreciate the information and again thank you for posting it.

Lily J.

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Thanks to your advice, I ordered some tubes of Autosol from mscdirect.com and also bought some Mother's pre-wax cleaner and Meguiar's gold wax. I haven't got around to using the wax yet...these past few nights have been spent working with the Autosol on the exhaust, engine covers, forks, etc. It took some work using sponges but the chrome and aluminum looks almost brand new. Engine covers that I thought needed replaced look practically brand-new and shiny now. I have to admit I am absolutely amazed. Even the exhaust which had rust and discoloration is back to a nice shiny chrome. I plan to send a couple before and after pics to you when I'm done.

Anyway, I am a true believer of Autosol...the stuff works wonders.

Thanks again for your website which gave me the advice...

Scott
83 Nighthawk 650
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I think the beginning bikers section is just fine the way it is. Your suggestion on taking the safety courses offered was the best thing you could say. It teaches you so many things you never think about. I already had my license, but decided to take it anyway. What an eye-opener. I never realized how many things I did or could do differently.

Well thanks again for such a great site. I'll be sure to check back often.

Teresa

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Thanks for a great website. - Adrian

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Great little web page you put together!

Found it from doing a Sherlock II search from the old Macintosh,
and your page made first hit! Thank god it did!

Thanks for spending the time and letting others know about these
bikes, recommending parts, and providing the links!

Take care, and ride safe!

Kevin Elsdon

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...and last but not least the tonnes of thank you's I get from those who submit their motorcycle photos in our Galleries.

Thank you all for making this huge effort all worth it.

Michael & Andrea Le Pard

 

Total Motorcycle Website Featured in magazines and radio:

CISL 650 Vancouver
Los Angeles Times Newspaper

BBC Radio 4
Practical Living / Fine Living Magazine
Cycle Torque Magazine
2004 Bikers Atlas
Bike Trader

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Practical Living / Fine Living Magazine features our website in their selects section as one they best liked as a resource of information!

Fine Living Editorial Policy: Fine Living Selects

1. Fine Living Selects are an editorial feature of Fine Living Network and FineLiving.com and adhere to strict journalistic standards. They feature products and services in the Fine Living categories that would be of interest to viewers and website visitors.

2. Fine Living editors choose Fine Living Selects by speaking to experts and searching the Web, catalogs and magazines without regard to any commercial interaction or affiliation agreement between the manufacturer or service provider and Fine Living or other Scripps Network or business unit.

3. Selections are made based on form, function, value, quality of experience and interest to viewers and/or website visitors.

Total Motorcycle featured in the Cycle Torque Magazine


December 28th, 2003: Thanks to the Australian motorcycle magazine Cycle Torque for featuring us in their magazine. Unfortunately we don't have a copy of it. Richard Sanford referred to us as "Total Motorcycle, A beginners guide, a huge gallery, Everything is right here..."

 

Total Motorcycle featured in the 2004 Bikers Atlas


December 28th, 2003: On page 27 you will find Total Motorcycle featured under the Wicked Websites section. Thanks to the Bikers Atlas for featuring us.


Total Motorcycle featured in Bike Trader

February 20h, 2004: Thanks to the United Kingdom's Bike Trader for featuring us in their magazine. We thank them very much for taking notice of our (Total Motorcycle) growing website and for the line "It has more or less anything that any biker - from novice to life-ling rider - could wish for"... Many thanks from all of us at TMW!

 

Total Motorcycle featured on BBC Radio 4 (Radio)


November 25th, 2006 on Radio 4 at 1545: Program name Engines on Song; BBC 4.

Engines On Song
Friday 25 November 2005 15:45 (Radio 4 FM)

When a car engine is in tune, it is said to be 'On Song'. What a good excuse to immerse ourselves in the songs and stories that have been inspired by car engines over the years!

Singer/songwriter Chris Rea and experimental guitarist Jeff Beck join Alun Lewis for 15 minutes of gratuitous engine revs, and with the help of James May from Top Gear, find out how and why different cylinder engines can produce such evocative sounds.

It will air at 15:45. Thanks to the BBC Radio 4 for featuring us on BBC Radio Four.

 

Total Motorcycle featured in Rocky Mountain News

Rocky Mountain News - June 12, 2006

 

Total Motorcycle featured in the Los Angeles Times Newspaper

Total Motorcycle in Los Angeles Times Newspaper

December 6th, 2006: A special thank you to Susan Carpenter, Times Staff Writer for the Los Angeles Times for involving Total Motorcycle with her Believable MPG Figures column in the L.A. Wheels section. We are more than happy to help her out and gratefully thank Susan and the Los Angeles Times Newspaper for mentioning Total Motorcycle in the column. Many thanks from all of us at TMW!

Total Motorcycle in Los Angeles Times Newspaper

You can also see this column in the L.A. Wheels section online here at The Los Angeles Times

Total Motorcycle featured on CISL 650 Vancouver Radio



Rolling Thunder Radio
Monday 21 May 2007 8:25pm-8:45pm

On May 21st, 2007, Total Motorcycle founder Mike Le Pard has been invited to talk about the world of motorcycles and motorcycling on CISL Radio 650 Vancouver. Be sure to check it out and listen live on your radio or via the Internet!

Listen Live: http://www.650cisl.com/player/player
Visit the Rolling Thunder Radio Show section
Visit 650 CISL Radio: http://www.650cisl.com

About the show
Join Brodie Giles and Roberta Horwood as they hit the airwaves at 650 CISL to talk about riding. They will look at the entire spectrum of transportation from Show 'n Shine Classics to 4x4's; trail bikes to Hot Rods; Vespas to Harleys. They will look for the best places to ride, on or off road and discuss the best places to stay when you're on a long ride. They will also look for the best places to get rides serviced, repaired, or rebuilt. If it moves on wheels, Brodie and Roberta will be covering the latest insight and information.

Schedule
Monday- 8:00 pm 8:59 pm (Pacific Time)

 


Miscellaneous Awards

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Thanks for the award! (#1 out of 100 motorcycle sites)
GDL Cycles 2002-2006

Directly Supporting Visitors

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Michael and Andrea: I'm still working my way through you vast number
of pages. Quite allot to view, but I will do so happily (over the next
few days by the looks of it :-) ). I wanted to let you know that I
would be happy to support your efforts and will do so via snail mail if
that's ok. This must have taken some time and effort on your part to
put together and the photo's are starting to make me home sick.

And you were wrong! I think you summed up what motorcycling means
perfectly.

Cheers,

Christine & Stew
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Thanks to David who sent me a XJ650 Seca tank free of change (just had to pay postage).

I do have an extra Silver/Blue tank that isn't rusted out. It has a small fixed dent in the right side. I never had it painted yellow. It is serviceable and free if you would like it. I will send a photo if you are interested. Just refund me for the postage.

David Kermes

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Hi Mike,

Checked out your site...it's awesome...really enjoyed it and found it
helpful...any chance you can "pop up" spring for us??? LOLOL

Cheers,


Colleen

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Website Stats and Figures:

Our Statistics from our servers:

Figures are updated monthly (or when available) for your interest:

Month / Year
Hits
Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
September 2000 - October, 2003
6,895,038
579,452
2,413,521
91.13 GB
November, 2003
1,162,802
18,362
76,481
11.5 GB
December 2003
2,368,828
28,773
200,419
23.31 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
January 2004
3,227,428
64,472
602,559
39.07 GB
February 2004
3,382,258
72,656
620,047
37.46 GB
March 2004
4,780,890
89,168
842,624
47.75 GB
April 2004
5,092,839
93,400
961,427
67.52 GB
May 2004
10,101,743
273,200
1,765,347
107.5 GB
June 2004
9,286,979
250,491
1,852,976
126.88 GB
July 2004
9,075,671
215,481
1,890,933
133.94 GB
August 2004
9,232,567
219,795
2,034,480
133.35 GB
September 2004
12,788,745
290,131
2,810,319
173.11 GB
October 2004
12,796,621
307,095
3,042,757
150.79 GB
November 2004
11,470,934
268,443
2,767,119
148.51 GB
December 2004
13,465,305
265,494
2,982,617
171.92 GB
2004 Totals
104,701,980
2,409,826
22,173,205
1,337.8 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
January 2005
17,254,991
298,833
3,604,264
205.6 GB
February 2005
19,433,721
296,137
4,106,885
208.84 GB
March 2005
24,852,694
374,597
5,144,689
262.97 GB
April 2005
29,082,235
457,049
5,938,443
314.03 GB
May 2005
28,966,088
481,427
6,264,881
408.82 GB
June 2005
23,963,269
465,496
5,583,741
349.18 GB
July 2005
22,141,232
433,776
5,949,551
331.39 GB
August 2005
20,519,389
428,477
5,486,788
331.34 GB
September 2005
24,537,403
488,792
5,658,897
384.81 GB
October 2005
23,637,890
457,450
5,359,038
379.83 GB
November 2005
23,479,206
410,396
6,294,488
368.36 GB
December 2005
21,725,289
417,435
4,793,842
348.73 GB
2005 Totals
279,593,407
5,009,865
64,185,507
3,893.9 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
January 2006
21,608,466
417,731
4,630,340
350.7 GB
February 2006
20,119,773
416,973
4,314,969
326.95 GB
March 2006
25,439,700
578,546
5,404,783
424.83 GB
April 2006
27,967,648
658,454
5,937,394
447.45 GB
May 2006
29,890,119
658,006
6,175,276
484.01 GB
June 2006
26,928,337
642,870
5,814,253
455.15 GB
July 2006
27,128,806
638,772
6,922,526
482.28 GB
August 2006
25,003,280
595,009
6,880,839
472.74 GB
September 2006
23,141,529
565,854
6,205,906
461.83 GB
October 2006
22,880,377
574,411
6,255,989
470.09 GB
November 2006
20,669,051
508,520
6,060,730
549.51 GB
December 2006
19,521,529
532,484
4,078,184
500.58 GB
2006 Totals
290,298,615
6,787,630
68,681,189
5,427 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
January 2007
21,341,973
586,034
4,619,204
576.56 GB
February 2007
21,517,414
569,801
4,908,094
671.57 GB
March 2007
30,651,377
812,221
7,664,276
610.10 GB
April 2007
33,614,450
899,047
7,240,845
666.04 GB
May 2007
38,777,792
1,048,478
8,197,969
732.41 GB
June 2007
32,937,116
1,061,178
7,794,016
607.79 GB
July 2007
30,288,283
1,082,356
5,354,286
628.28 GB
August 2007
28,590,126
1,017,274
4,796,204
615.54 GB
September 2007
27,574,501
831,912
4,526,665
580.81 GB
October 2007
29,292,158
807,123
4,782,858
629.81 GB
November 2007
28,855,308
763,142
4,674,316
611.76 GB
December 2007
27,206,743
732,752
4,484,422
597.69 GB
2007 Totals
350,657,241
10,211,318
69,042,155
6,939.42 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
January 2008
30,010,319
832,843
4,837,450
653.38 GB
February 2008
32,178,253
941,178
5,568,534
655.96 GB
March 2008
37,964,859
1,242,493
6,715,655
771.41 GB
April 2008
44,830,906
1,398,014
8,086,991
794.30 GB
May 2008
51,683,813
1,564,291
9,284,100
933.17 GB
June 2008
49,062,444
1,587,306
9,118,909
856.59 GB
July 2008
48,116,486
1,583,340
9,243,364
820.84 GB
August 2008
42,534,471
1,398,812
7,808,619
780.53 GB
September 2008
42,923,241
1,333,915
7,649,619
821.87 GB
October 2008
42,695,315
1,268,278
8,902,088
834.19 GB
November 2008
35,960,868
1,161,170
9,788,638
737.45 GB
December 2008
34,434,479
1,072,214
8,685,720
786.98 GB
2008 Totals
492,395,454
15,353,854
95,734,687
9,446.66 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
January 2009
38,437,747
1,257,490
10,431,840
863.52 GB
February 2009
37,650,777
1,296,294
9,966,372
870.56 GB
March 2009
43,909,640
1,638,563
11,395,723
1,000.24 GB
April 2009
45,192,281
1,752,240
11,868,805
959. 55 GB
May 2009
48,530,771
1,830,875
12,343,602
1,024.58 GB
June 2009
44,987,388
1,755,130
12,451,357
1,105.83 GB
July 2009
47,625,541
1,813,891
13,353,062
1,067.93 GB
August 2009
46,687,714
1,749,587
14,055,911
1,099.02 GB
September 2009
46,111,328
1,646,539
13,302,372
1,144.95 GB
October 2009
42,136,852
1,565,463
12,492,556
1,153.98 GB
November 2009
38,762,725
1,475,178
10,770,726
1,198.87 GB
December 2009
53,247,026
2,010,595
16,787,782
1,184.55 GB
2009 Totals
533,279,808
19,791,845
149,220,108
12,673.34 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
January 2010
60,828,217
2,301,353
20,298,666
1,147.59 GB
February 2010
61,618,484
2,186,840
16,984,595
827.57 GB
March 2010
72,098,289
2,763,281
20,855,966
809.05 GB
April 2010
73,446,727
2,791,790
22,252,286
805.84 GB
May 2010
84,385,077
3,091,840
38,589,160
891.58 GB
June 2010
74,560,626
2,959,249
27,713,730
835.69 GB
July 2010
70,549,346
2,944,325
23,649,402
838.76 GB
August 2010
60,727,064
2,743,782
23,653,514
733.66 GB
September 2010
62,460,107
2,691,514
24,713,623
787.85 GB
October 2010
61,302,016
2,834,653
25,045,547
790.46 GB
November 2010
57,338,466
2,392,978
23,643,259
764.03 GB
December 2010
45,164,462
1,951,651
16,056,548
712.39 GB
2010 Totals
783,688,614
31,653,256
294,259,726
9,764.47 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
January 2011
55,347,193
2,369,248
19,530,081
831.64 GB
February 2011
48,002,484
2,377,372
16,611,235
796.25 GB
March 2011
58,1857,32
2,965,379
17,779,140
970.19 GB
April 2011
62,749,672
2,999,287
19,346,928
966.25 GB
May 2011
61,422,806
3,009,040
22,980,677
946.31 GB
June 2011
57,066,950
2,685,518
23,439,544
850.54 GB
July 2011
50,720,602
2,058,544
19,589,202
776.57 GB
August 2011
41,706,655
1,666,373
16,847,534
619.38 GB
September 2011
36,952,256
1,655,524
11,847,535
690.30 GB
October 2011
36,377,700
1,599,947
14,335,757
781.00 GB
November 2011
41,244,380
1,442,428
15,125,520
1021.23 GB
December 2011
32,093,853
1,376,552
13,113,254
799.33 GB
2011 Totals
581,870,283
26,205,212
210,546,407
10,048.99 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Unique Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
January 2012
34,774,360
1,412,097
14,739,990
804.12 GB
February 2012
41,199,224
1,626,101
15,527,392
848.84 GB
March 2012
52,045,414
2,306,991
17,650,785
1020.69 GB
April 2012
72,837,832
2,667,817
22,036,959
1127.18 GB
May 2012
78,665,906
2,640,487
23,297,730
1289.41 GB
June 2012
58,287,554
2,201,735
18,064,930
1010.38 GB
July 2012
51,084,377
2,077,296
17,694,871
849.65 GB
August 2012
55,945,909
2,057,548
18,888,785
951.34 GB
September 2012
60,054,033
2,002,663
18,417,920
1050.35 GB
October 2012
52,438,726
1,977,796
20,629,985
1071.78 GB
November 2012
48,813,472
1,795,699
17,410,023
1063.66 GB
December 2012
54,906,198
1,891,507
17,295,911
1236.83 GB
2012 Totals
661,053,005
24,657,737
221,645,281
12,324.23 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Unique Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
January 2013
56,491,901
2,177,149
18,280,864
1,486.97 GB
February 2013
35,545,913
1,617,351
12,096,982
1,304.39 GB
March 2013
43,274,637
1,963,926
14,366,443
2,205.39 GB
April 2013
43,435,159
1,971,890
13,655,600
2,515.49 GB
May 2013
46,649,350
1,936,263
14,344,382
2,823.07 GB
June 2013
38,586,763
1,678,090
12,332,644
2,456.27 GB
July 2013
32,816,363
1,622,466
11,953,360
1,850.44 GB
August 2013
29,493,381
1,735,704
12,432,343
1,105.23 GB
September 2013+
28,456,286
1,661,554
10,998,474
1,236.92 GB
October 2013
26,522,968
1,380,054
10,224,751
1,220.42 GB
November 2013
32,339,288
1,612,686
12,315,751
1,550.56 GB
December 2013
33,495,519
1,589,951
12,459,645
1,665.00 GB
2013 Totals
454,836,252
16,292,790
155,461,239
21,420.15 GB
Month / Year
Hits
Unique Visitors
Page Views
Bandwidth
January 2014
36,049,781
1,711,788
14,364,717
1,864.21 GB
February 2014
29,744,788
1,464,004
11,820,520
1,622.53 GB
March 2014
39,254,920
2,018,378
15,591,354
2,179.28 GB
April 2014
39,854,515
2,605,391
16,122,406
1,941.62 GB
May 2014
34,594,304
2,900,911
13,194,924
1,413.50 GB
June 2014
38,020,839
2,806,417
15,716,053
1,367.48 GB
July 2014
33,873,738
2,949,892
14,015,913
1,383.34 GB
August 2014
September 2014
October 2014
November 2014
December 2014
2014 Totals
251,392,885
16,456,781
100,825,997
11,771.96 GB
2000-2014 Grand Totals
4,840,039,002
178,732,137
1,447,379,682
88,293.34 GB

Description Total to date Record number Data

* Pre-September 2000 data not available.

1.4711

 

 

Countries the Total Motorcycle Website is Visited From:

Motorcycling has a massive worldwide appeal, and so does Total Motorcycle.com; take a quick look at where our visitors are coming from in our list below:

Total Motorcycle extends a warm friendly welcome to all our international visitors regardless where they are from.


199 Countries around the world and counting...

Albania, Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia,
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