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Motorcycle USA Launches My MotoUSA

Monday, February 8, 2010
Motorcycle USA, the online leader in motorcycle news and reviews, announces the launch of its new social networking feature, My MotoUSA. Featuring blogs, photo galleries and much more, My MotoUSA allows riders to better connect in the MCUSA online community. It’s a fun, and best of all, free feature for loyal MCUSA readers.

Motorcycle-USA.com
Motorcycle USA announces the launch of its all-new social networking feature - My MotoUSA.
New users will generate a unique rider profile, with the ability for public or private settings. Post photo galleries with shots of you, your bike, and your latest riding exploits. Voice your opinion on industry topics with a blog or join a fantasy racing league. My MotoUSA lets readers enhance their Motorcycle USA experience with a host of options:

  • Customize MCUSA news feed displays on the My Stuff page.
  • Show off your ride with the My Bikes function.
  • Search for fellow riders by region and riding interests.
  • Create My MotoUSA online groups, with the ability to create events and communicate via private messages or group comment boards.
MCUSA has made it as user-friendly as possible, with social media features like the ability to invite, accept or reject friend requests. And we’re kicking things off with our all-new Fantasy Racing game. Sign up for 2010 Fantasy Superbike and Fantasy GP games as the fantasy racing action gets underway this February.

There’s a lot to explore, with plenty more innovative My MotoUSA features in the works. So join the MotoUSA family by checking out My MotoUSA for free right now – only on Motorcycle-USA.com.

Sign up today for My MotoUSA.

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Comments
Tessier -Facebook  February 10, 2010 05:01 AM
Maybe you should stick with better using your Facebook account instead of spending your money on yet another social networking site that won't live up to it's expectations.
RR -My Moto Suggestion  February 8, 2010 09:20 PM
You should allow short videos to be uploaded to the page...