MMP22: Special Announcement


In this session of the Motorcycle Mentor Podcast, I have a special announcement I want to share with you.

It’s short. Just click on the play button above.

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Listen to the podcast by clicking on the play button at the top of the page.

More specifically, in this session you’ll find out about:

  • I’ve spent the past 5 months working on something I’ve dreamed of doing for most of my adult life.
  • I turn 50 next month. That was the catalyst to complete this special project.
  • I’ll be sending a video link explaining everything to my email subscribers. Want to be included? Put your first name and email address the sign up form on this page.

Special thanks for rating the podcast on iTunes…

Thank you all for taking the time to rate and write a review of the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Podbay, or other listening platform. Your reviews help.

iTunes uses the number of ratings along with the actual rating (how many stars) to determine the popularity of the show — and where to list it in the iTunes search rankings. If you rate and write a review for the podcast, please let me know so I can personally thank you on a future podcast.

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You can also leave me a voice mail message. I might play your voice mail question during an upcoming podcast.

Help out the Motorcycle Mentor Podcast

And lastly, if you haven’t already done so, would you take a minute to leave a quick rating and review of the podcast on iTunes by clicking on the link below. It would be extremely helpful for the show and I’m aiming for 100 5-star ratings before the end of the year. That would be awesome for a motorcycle related podcast.

To leave a review on iTunes.

  1. Click here to open the podcast page.
  2. Then select the blue “View in iTunes” button to open iTunes.
  3. Then select the “Ratings and Reviews” tab.
  4. Then select the gray “Write a Review” button.

Thank you in advance for doing this. And thank you for listening. I hope you enjoyed this episode. Please let us know what you think in the comment section below.

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5 Responses to MMP22: Special Announcement

  1. Jim February 14, 2016 at 3:20 pm #

    Hi David,

    My name is Jim and I am an automotive journalist/United Methodist pastor. I like all things mechanical and anything that has an engine I will drive or ride. I really enjoy your podcast and just found it in the last couple of weeks.

    Thanks for doing the podcast and I look forward to videos as well.

    God bless, Jim

  2. P. Jack Russo April 26, 2017 at 7:10 pm #

    It’s 2017 and the world needs David Mixon and the Motorcycle Mentor Podcast now more than ever.

    Please come back.

    Or maybe just check in?

  3. Hugh C. Keith July 13, 2017 at 9:28 pm #

    To P. Jack Russo’s comment I can only add… hear! hear!

    (As in most of us podcast lurkers would really like to hear more encouraging and informative Motorcycle Mentor Podcasts.)

    David, thank you for your servant leadership.

    All the best to you, ride safe and keep the tacky side down.

    Pax,
    Hugh

  4. Hugh C. Keith July 13, 2017 at 10:18 pm #

    Greetings MMP fans –

    It seems back in 2015 David took an ancient motorcycling tenet to heart which loosely translated states:

    “Ride it like you stole it.” (At least that’s what the patch on my vest says.)

    That’s exactly what he’s been doing on a fantastic looking BMW GS model for at least some of those incredible scenery-filled miles.

    Enjoy some great photos, read up on his two-wheeled adventures and give him some love at the two sites below:

    Facebook: facebook.com/themotorcyclementor
    Instagram: http://instagram.com/motorcyclementor

    Remember, if you are a rider you bought it to ride it: so check your tire pressures, fluids and electronics first, then find a point on the map and proceed to it. Make sure you always wear properly fitting motorcycle riding gear – all the time. Share the experience with a friend if you can, but don’t let that hold you back. Rinse and repeat.

    “The point of a journey is not to arrive. Anything can happen.”
    ~ Lyric by Neil Peart, “Prime Mover”, RUSH

    (Mr. Peart is also an avid motorcycle rider and has authored several books about riding.)

    Ride safe everyone and keep the tacky side down.

    Pax,
    Hugh

  5. Mark A. September 12, 2017 at 10:08 pm #

    Hi David,

    Glad to hear you’re back! I got into the podcast just a few episodes before you had stopped. I was really enjoying the content and it sounds like there’s more to come. Take care.

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