Manlius, NY - December 21, 2013:
TheLegends and Heroes Tour,
America’s premier moto museum exhibition, is pleased to announced today that Motothump, a social media network with a focus on the motorcycle enthusiast, will join the 2013 Moto museum tour.
MotoThump was designed to connect riders, regardless of their skill level or preferences with others looking to expand, share, preserve, and showcase their riding experiences. From your favorite riding spots down to track-by-track bike set-ups, MotoThump allows you to simply chronicle your MotoLife. The product creates more memories and grows the sport we love on the MotoThump network.
TheLegends and Heroes Tour,in paring with Motothump, will utilize Motothump’s resources with social media and develop a series of Champ Interview/videos of the featured ‘MotoThump Legend and Hero of the month.’ This will be a dynamic part of the tour and profiled on theLegends and Heroes Tourwebsite, as well as the Motothump network and shared by the social media landscape. MotoThump will work in conjunction with theLegends and Heroes Tourand with the ‘Legend Rider’ a monthly feature to build out a historical profile mapping their accomplishments and story using the MotoThump platform as the content distribution vehicle for photos, articles and video.
“We are excited about what Motothump can bring to the table and build awareness of not only our great legacy of champions but to tie them into the current riders to show the analogy of how history can help grow the future of our sport” states Alex Moroz and Mike Owens, managing partners of theLegends and Heroes Tour.
“The ability to showcase riders and to showcase great riders from the Legends and Heroes Tour is something that just made sense. After meeting and working with Alex and his crew in the 2012 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, I knew there was some form of magic there. Both of us come from a long motocross background. We love this sport and want to see it grow through the ability to show the history of riders both in a rolling museum and online .” Patrick Szabo, founder of MotoThump continues “We hope you will visit the museum while at the Supercross and start your legacy online with Motothump”.For more information contact Alex Moroz