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Gig Business Group sponsored by

Moto-Tec-it sponsors Gig Business Group

Everything is about the economy! Brick and Mortar stores were the traditional economy. Digital Platforms then became the new economy, was one. With the recent advancements in technology and communications, a Gig Economy is possible. Economists predicte 40% of the population will be earning a living by gigging in 2020.

Customers use products having personally experienced the results. Dealers will offer products knowing what the products will do for their customers. For Moto-Tec-it to grow, more motorcycle owners need  to experience the results for themselves. Helping customers who want to earn extra money enter into the Gig Economy is one way we can expand our message.

Our customers are passionate about motorcycles. Most of them are working or recently retired. We have been told by our customers, if they could match their passion (motorcycles) and make some extra money, they would jump at the opportunity.

We listened, we responded

Gigging began long before it was named. In the beginning, gigging was mainly musician-based. When experiencing economic hard times the general public began to seek ways to make some extra cash. Now big business has embraced, endorsed, and expanded the Gig Economy.

A major benefit of the Gig Economy is it’s an option for everyone. You can gig everywhere to make some extra money. There is no limit to what you do, no ideal gig, anything is an option. How much or how little you gig is up to you. Where and when you gig, is up to you. Gigging is complete freedom.

Interested in gigging, join the Gig Business Group on Face Book.

Moto-Tec-it Tim and Mike the Teaching Farmer


Two days to remember in September

Never Forget

We are privileged to live in the United States of America. A country that never forgets, a country that chooses to remember.

This month are two important days of remembrance. Two days when our nation stops to honor heroes and victims.

September 11th

On Monday September 11, we will honor and remember first responders and the victims of that tragic day in September 2001. The beautiful morning when our nation was attacked in New York City at the World Trade Center, The Pentagon in Washington, DC and a farmer’s field in Pennsylvania.

Monday, September 11th all across our nation, communities will come together, stopping to remember the tragic morning which shocked our country. First Responders will be recognized and honored for their service and the security and comfort they provide to our communities.

Prayers will be offered, our Nation’s Flag will be flown at half staff, patriotic songs and hymns will be sung, wreaths will be laid. On this day, the ceremony is a time to stop, remember, and bestow honor to the heroes, victims, and first responders of that terrible day of September 11, 2001.

As the father of a Sheriff’s Deputy this day is especially important to me. I remember that September morning in 2001 when he, his brother and sister, and I were sitting in our living room watching the news on TV. I remember the significance of the moment. The fear and uncertainty that was brought to our hearts and minds. I remember saying, “Your lives are forever changed. Never again will America be the same”. I told them, “This is not only an attack against America, it is an attack on the American Values, of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of happiness and our foundation of faith.”

National POW/MIA Remembrance Day

The following Friday September 15, 2017 on National Remembrance Day, American Legion Post 57 will host a ceremony at 1100 hrs in Veterans Memorial Park, Newnan, Georgia. Our National Remembrance Day ceremony will be different from ceremonies you may have attended before. As in other ceremonies prayers will be offered, our Nation’s Flag will be honored, respect will be rendered, proclamations will be read, but a table for 6 is set, yet the table remains empty.

Why six place settings you ask? That is a great question. Each place setting represents each of the five branches of Military Service: the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard. The sixth place setting is for civilians.

The table is round to represent an everlasting concern. A white tablecloth represents the purity of motives as do the stripes on our flag. A red rose is in a vase in the center of the table reminding us of each life that remains to be accounted for. The vase has a yellow ribbon symbolizing our continued determination to account for each and every missing man. A slice of lemon is on the bread plate to remind us of their bitter fate captured or missing in a foreign land. Salt on the plate symbolizes the many tears shed by loved ones and brothers in arms. A Bible on the table reminds us of our service to a country founded as a nation under God. The glasses are inverted, our brothers are not able to toast with us. The chairs are empty, they are still missing and unaccounted for. The table remains empty, our POW and MIA heroes cannot sit and eat with us.

Take a moment giving thanks

Unlike many ceremonies this one is different because each time we sit down at a table to enjoy a meal we can now stop and remember. We remember those who cannot enjoy a meal with us. We remember those who have served our country so we may experience the freedom we have, yet they have not yet come home. We remember those family members who have yet to receive word or confirmation regarding their loved ones whom they said good-bye and never were able to be welcomed home.

This September please consider attending one or both of these events in your community. If we do not support and promote the things that make this country great, who will?

See you on the “Open Road”,

Moto-Tec-it Tim


Buy Made in U.S.A from a Veteran-Owned Business

This week is Buy American, Hire American.

Formulated for motorcycles, cleans and shines as promised, Made in America, a Veteran-owned business.

Formulated for Motorcycles: Safe for paint, chrome, plastic, vinyl and leather

Cleans and shines as promised: Unique releasing agents, jewelers polish, streak free formula

Made in America: Formulated in K.C.M.O

Veteran-Owned: Honored to have served

Buy American Made Products Today




Did you know Moto-Tec-it products are Made in U.S.A

American Made, Veteran Owned

Yesterday we celebrated Independence Day, the 4th or July.

Becoming an independent country was important to our Founding Fathers. For a country to be great, it must be self-sufficient and self-sustaining, while pursuing a dream. To become an independent country required change. It was necessary for change of thinking followed by a change of behavior.

Every person needed to know their participation would make the difference. “We pledge our lives, our fortunes, our sacred honor.” A commitment to a vision is what makes the United States of America great. Once a commitment is made our behavior follows.

Motorcycle riders usually are independent thinkers  and they love the U.S.A. The next time you wash your motorcycle  Moto-Tec-it. Motorcycle wash and surface maintenance products Made in U.S.A. from a Veteran-Owned business.

Would you please like and follow us on FaceBook for updates and specials.

See you on the “Open Road”,

Moto-Tec-it Tim




Free issue- Southeastern Rider Magazine June 17

Motorcycle Riders Magazine

Everybody who loves motorcycles wants more information about rides, products and fellow enthusiasts.

Not all magazines offer a wide range of topics or local rides, Southeastern Rider Magazine does just that.

Here is a link to the Free Online June Issue of Southeastern Rider Magazine.

Southeastern Rider Magazine June 17

Moto-Tec-it being a Veteran Owned Business  my monthly article title is  “Veterans and Motorcycles”.

Please share this with friends and fellow riders.

See you on the “Open Road”.


Moto-Tec-it Tim


Does your motorcycle wash contain a releasing agent?


Dirt or road grime with water makes mud or crud. Road grime and dirt can ruin your shine.

Using a motorcycle wash with a releasing agent in the formula lifts the grime and dirt off the surface, and allows for a clean and shine without harming the surface.

Magic Wash, with its releasing agent, can be used as a water-less or conventional wash. Spray on – let the formula work for 1-2 minutes – then wipe or rinse off.

The formula is safe for all surfaces, including windshields. So, for a dirty motorcycle, Moto-Tec-it!

See you on the Open Road,

Moto-Tec-it Tim


Motorcycle Bling – Chrome!


Motorcycle bling!

Women wearing bling … it is a beautiful thing! Chrome is bling for motorcycles.

Motorcycle chrome changes the look and lines of a motorcycle, making it yours. The more chrome the more unique your motorcycle becomes.

Using the correct motorcycle wash will limit water spots, and following-up with Shine-Up Liquid will “bump the shine” of your paint and chrome.

When you want your bling to shine, Moto-Tec-it.

See you on “The Open Road”,

Moto-Tec-it Tim


Motorcycles shine using a jewelers polish!


Motorcycles, watches, and fine jewelry are distinguished by mechanics, esthetics, and design characteristics. Appreciation for these values and nuances is demonstrated by how they are maintained.

Ultra Gloss Bike Wipes from includes a jewelers polishing agent, cleaning and polishing your motorcycle like fine jewelry.

For only $6.95 you can experience the difference for yourself when you order Ultra Gloss Bike Wipes in the Take-Away Pack.


Motorcycle riders shine as you ride just Moto-Tec-it.


Growing up my dad taught me to wash and wax my ride to protect the paint, but more importantly, to take pride in my ride. Motorcycle riders it is time to prepare to shine when you ride.

Ultra Gloss Polish, described as a “buff on buff off product” providing a harder polish, should be used a couple times a year. For a softer polish use Shine-Up Liquid on a regular basis to continue the shine and protection.

Having the right products for the right application is the secret.

See you on “The Open Road”,

Moto-Tec Tim


Bomber Girls L.R.C.

Riding motorcycles is more than a means of transportation; it is a passion. A passion bringing strangers together, friendships develop, and sometimes a bond of brotherhood is the result.

We experience this special connection every time we ride as we encounter groups of riders on the roads or during bike nights or motorcycle events. Sometimes during these activities, we meet someone and soon we learn we have much more in common than riding motorcycles and our passion fuels our mutual interests. It was during a local motorcycle event that I had the privilege to experience this when I met Shannon, a member of Bomber Girls L.R.C.

Bomber Girls L.R.C had organized a ride and fundraiser for a new roof for the Coweta Veterans Club, home to the American Legion Post 57 and V.F.W. Post 2667 of Newnan, Georgia. Several of us were enjoying food and refreshments as the event was winding down and the topic of our conversation soon became focused on serving and supporting Veterans.

The Legion and VFW officers shared their respective pillars and mission and Shannon shared the history of the Bomber Girls being founded in 2007 as an All Female Motorcycle organization 501(c)3 non-profit sending care packages to troops and their mission:

Bomber Girls, LRC is a charitable organization of female motorcycle riders. We are an independent, unaffiliated, Ladies’ Riding Club. This sisterhood proudly supports our military personnel and their families. We choose to publicly voice this support by raising awareness and funds for local Veteran causes/charities/groups in our communities, with our main focus on sending care packages to deployed troops.

Patriotism is not just July 4th and Veterans Day. Patriotism is welcoming home and sending off deployed soldiers, writing them, and sending them pieces of home through our mailings. Our fundraisers are not exactly “normal” but they are FUN and they raise money to send our soldiers what they need to know… that there are people at home in the U.S. that care about each and every one of them.

We are a small group with HUGE responsibilities and keeping 100% of our proceeds from our events to go either into the postage or care package contents of our mailings is an admirable quality that each patch holder takes great pride in. Not very many non-profits can say that.

Having annual events for our local community is wonderful and rewarding, but more importantly having the Bomber Girls join us bringing their passion for serving, involving other motorcyclists, and challenging our members’ perspectives regarding motorcycle clubs, now our organizations are more vibrant, stronger, with a new excitement. I suggest you contact the Bomber Girls and join with them supporting Veterans. Bomber Girls L.R.C. Senoia