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11/3/2020 - The motorcycle we are enjoying now has simple beginning

The motorcycle we are enjoying now has simple beginning. It has only developed into a powerful machine in time. Most of the riders are not even aware of its past so let us bring back the time and have a quick sojourn to rekindle motorcycle parts and motorcycle per se history. In 1867, Sylvester Howard Roper invented a two-cylinder, steam-engine motorcycle that is powered by coal whose connecting rods directly drive a crank on the rear wheel. Roper was also the one who invented the steam engine car. If steam engine would suffice the standard for a motorcycle then this can be treated as the very first motorcycle. In 1885, Gottlieb Daimler invented the very first gas-engined motorcycle. It was an engine attached to a wooden bike. In 1876, Daimler used the new-engine called "Otto Cycle Engine" the first "Four-Stroke Internal-Combustion Engine" which was invented by his employer Nicolaus August Otto. Daimler later teamed up with Karl Benz. The two created the Daimler-Benz Corporation, which is responsible for the first motorcycle mostly made up of wood. In 1892, Millet, a 5-cylinder engine was built. The cylinders of Millet rotated with the wheel and its crankshaft constituted the rear axle. Two years after, Hildebrand & Wolfmueller was patented. It had a step-through frame, with its fuel tank mounted on the downtube. The engine was a parallel twin, mounted low on the frame, with its cylinders going fore-and-aft. The connecting rods connected directly to a crank on the rear axle. It used a pair of stout elastic bands, one on each side outboard of the cylinders, to help out on the compression strokes. It was water-cooled, and had a water tank/radiator built into the top of the rear fender. After a year, DeDion-Buton built an engine that was used for the mass production. This engine was a small, light, high reviving four-stroke single which used battery and coil ignition. In 1898, Orient-Aster, the very first US Cone Crusher Parts Manufacturers produced motorcycle was built by the Metz Company in Waltham, Massachusetts. This motorcycle used an Aster engine which was a French-built copy of DeDion-Buton. In 1907, Harley-Davidson made their first V-twin bike - the very first off-road bike.. This version can climb hills. This was the start of more progressive models of motorcycles that up to this instant is still growing….
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26/2/2020 - Use your newfound leverage to repeat success across

  GROWTH   At this point you should be concentrating only on creating new fans. Think of the first wave of friends as your new soldiers. Delegate some task to them with a real value. A good starting point is having all your friends get at least 2 people to the next show or to at least sign up for the mailing list on your website. You have a website with a mailing list don't you?   You should not neglect historical methods of creating interest. Giving away free tickets to people who sign up to your list always gets some response. Promoting the fact you are giving away something for free at the next gig works too.   The actual venue that you play is often overlooked as a great place to promote. Not just by handing out fliers to patrons, but perhaps posters and banners. Most clubs will not have a problem with you putting up promotional materials around the venue. Always get a professional artist or art student to create your posters and fliers. This is the first thing many people will see promoting your band, make sure it counts.   MERCH   If you can afford merchandise, or "merch", like apparel and stickers, it can be a great revenue stream for your band. But again, you have to apply time line to your stocking habits. You want to be able to create and sell a new item at every couple of shows. Even if all you can afford are some new stickers or a new style button, do it. So if you really want to get those expensive glow-in-the-dark sweaters that say your band's name when you press a button make sure you have enough to get some more new merch soon.   New merch is a great way to train your fanbase. You have to train your fanbase to bring money to your gigs. When your fans are expecting new merch they are more likely to come prepared, or "armed with dough". Go to Scenejumper.com for more info   DIVIDE AND CONQUER   Use your newfound leverage to repeat success across Ring Gears Suppliers multiple markets. Trade shows wisely and always do your research. Always make sure a gig swap is really worth it. Choose your markets carefully. It should be practical and affordable to gig other markets. You want to move out from your home base logically. Eventually you will be able to easily route yourself across your surrounding markets. Applying the proper time line and work ethic you can do mini-tours every season.
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