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A Heck of a Month-Long Campaign The Ride Is Calling was a charity campaign that Comoto (owners of Revzilla, Cycle Gear, and J&P Cycles) put on during the month of June. Well, a company representative just let me know that the campaign was successful. It managed to raise more than $100,000 for the National Motorcycle …

Finding a Good Home Most of us in the motorcycle world know the names Zack Courts and Ari Henning. They’re the two long-time journalists at Motorcyclist Magazine, who have entertained and informed us for years now. After a short time with MotorTrend, the duo and Spenser Robert—the man behind the scenes who makes the camera …

Comoto: Revzilla, Cycle Gear, J&P Cycles If you want to raise money for the National Motorcycle Safety Fund, The Kurt Caselli Foundation, and the Motorcycle Relief Project, you should participate in Comoto’s The Ride is Calling Charity Ride. This fundraiser has a goal of raising $100,000 to support these motorcycle organizations, which support motorcycle riders …

A Pretty Big Move I’m a fan of Roland Sands Design gear. The company has a stylish approach to making everything it does. Not every single one of its products are absolutely amazing, but there’s no denying that many of the products it’s involved with are top-notch. That’s why I found it interesting to learn …

Comoto’s First Los Angeles-Based Media Production Team You probably know Ari Henning, Zack Courts and Spenser Robert’s work from Motorcyclist Magazine, MotorTrend, and more. These guys have a long history of working in motorcycle media, and they craft some of the most entertaining content out there. This is a big move for Comoto and its …

Revzilla, CycleGear, J&P Under One Umbrella I reported a while back on the appointment of Ken Murphy to CEO of Comoto Holdings. In case Comoto doesn’t sound familiar to you, the company owns Revzilla and CycleGear—two of the biggest online motorcycle gear and parts sellers out there. Now Comoto has purchased J&P Cycles, another large …