Motorcycle Smarts Sponsors

When I transformed this site in 2024 from a get more book sales space to a provide more free content space (by adding some of the best content from my books), I opened the doors to allow corporate sponsors. The companies below have graciously stepped up to the challenge. Thank you for doing this!

Platinum Sponsors

Below is a list of the Platinum Level Sponsors.

Gold Sponsors

Below is a list of the Gold Level Sponsors.

Silver Sponsors

Below is a list of the Silver Level Sponsors.

How to Become a Sponsor

Over the years, companies have approached me wanting to sponsor this site and my podcast, but I’ve always said no. I’m not sure why. Maybe it’s because I didn’t feel like I provided enough free resources here.

That all changed in 2024 when I added some of my best content.

If my goal is to help more riders understand what triggers most rider-induced crashes and the importance of ABS (something the old-school mega books from the past gloss over), then the best way I can do this is to get my content into as many riders’ hands as possible.

To do this, I’m welcoming companies that believe in the same mission to help riders ride more safely to walk alongside me.

Please Note: I don’t accept popup ads or affiliate links. I don’t want to distract riders from consuming content in a simple-to-navigate format. 

To learn more, please read my Purpose and Vision here, more about me here, and browse some of my most popular content here.

Once you do this, contact me and I’ll send you more detailed information.

—David

david@motorcyclesmarts.com

Disclaimer

It’s probably safe to say that the Motorcycle Smarts sponsors above might not agree with everything I have to say about motorcycles. That would be impossible. However, they each care about helping riders ride more safely. Their support shows this.

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The Motorcycle Smarts Book Series

Motorcycle Smarts

Book 1 in the Series.

“This is by far the best motorcycling book I have read. This book is very readable. I learned more of importance about motorcycling safely than I did in the two MSF courses I took.”
— L R Libsch on Amazon
Motorcycle Dream Ride

Book 2 in the Series.

“Very well-written book about a motorcycle journey from Alabama to Alaska and back. When reading the book, I felt like I was along on the journey. Good insight as to what to expect, but not too much detail to be cumbersome. Organization of the story and writer methods were appreciated.”
— Mary R. on Amazon
Motorcycle Hacks

Book 3 in the Series.

“I have been riding for 60 years and learned new things in this book. Notably, how lowsides and highsides are triggered, and look where you want to go, not where you don’t want to go. Must read for all riders!”
—James L. Clark on Amazon
About the Author

David Mixson writes about the topics other motorcycle books gloss over. He worked as a NASA engineer for over thirty years and is the author of three books.