Our Contributors

Welcome To Our Contributors Page

Here you can discover a diverse and entertaining staff of contributors for your entertainment. We have hosted nationally known and established columnists and cartoonists as well as some who are just getting started.

Previous Contributors:

Biker Billy has appeared on several television cooking shows, has his own YouTube channel and a series of successful cookbooks. Biker Billy sent us monthly recipes to share with you.

Bill Banks is a lifelong motorcyclist and has earned a BS degree in Industrial Science and Technology from Virginia State College. You may recognize his artwork from many well known publications. Bill favored us with a fresh cartoon every month for years.

Back Road Bob is another life long motorcyclist and he has two books to his credit as well as an extensive website that serves as a sort of library of his rides and achievements. It’s a treasure trove of places to ride and things he’s done. Bob sent us articles every month.

Cartoonist Chuck Morgan is also a business logo designer and business owner. His cartoons are featured and enjoyed by readers of many well known  magazines and advertisements and always hit home with motorcyclists. Chuck sent us cartoons every month.

Columnist, Motorcycle Tester and Blogger Greg Shamieh is a lifelong motorcycle enthusiast, writer and historian who lives in the Two Wheeled Heaven of Maryland’s Middletown Valley. Greg tested and reviewed motorcycles for us for a short time before being picked up by another nationally known publication.

Award-winning cartoonist Jerry King is one of the most published, prolific and versatile cartoonists in the world today. You’ll just have to read his page to find out how extensive that really is. Jerry’s witty cartoons have appeared in major publications and were always welcomed here.

Stevie Lynne rides a Heritage Softail, is an ABATE member, and resides in the Capital Region of Maryland. Stevie Lynne was an on air personality and now writes her own blog and of course is one of our newest contributors. Stevie puts her insights into words that are genuine and telling and often times humorous.

Eva Kineva says “I earned my nickname Eva Kineva by surviving a high speed motorcycle accident. I was back in the seat within a couple of days and have since put on thousands of miles on my 2018 Street Bob 114. I am an avid rider who enjoys inspiring other women to ride”.  So of course we had to offer her a spot to help get her writing career started. Eva wrote about the physical fitness aspect of riding among other topics.

Geoff Uyehara is another lifelong motorcyclist. He has a background in architecture, a Political Science degree with an area study concentration of Central Asia, India to Asia Minor, with a minor in music which has given him a different take on what makes a motorcyclist. And that’s just how he writes about it.

Jack Applebaum has been riding motorcycles for just over 41 years. Jack rides with the Manassas Harley Owners Group and the Christian Motorcycles Association.  He is the Senior Engineer with the US Dept. of State’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security, and an amateur magician of 50 years . Jack writes our inspirational column and we are honored to have him.

Motorcycle Times is honored to have the endorsement of such highly qualified writers and cartoonists. From beginners to thoroughly established columnists we have gone to great lengths to provide more than the usual chrome and paint. While that is fine for other magazines intended purpose, we are a family oriented magazine you can connect with on a more in depth level. We are all about Motorcycle Life.

So please take a moment to click the links and learn a little about our contributors.
Thank You,

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