Clark Manning (Street Articles Author)
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I'm a complete newbie to affiliate marketing. I'm a former Architectural Designer. I loved that job. The 2008 recession has killed this profession in Florida. I live in the Tampa area. It's a great place to live. I've lived here on and off for 25 years. I just turned 60. I'm remaking myself for the 3rd time. I will become a successful Affiliate Marketeer or die trying. Well, this is the plan. I'm on unemployment now, so I can lose myself in this quest.

I just joined Wealthy Affiliate in June, 2012. I am thoroughly overwhelmed like many newbies. I feel lucky to have found this amazing resource so early in my new line of work. Hopefully, affiliate marketing will become a new passion for me. I see the money some of the more successful marketers are making. Hopefully, I can at least make a living at this. I don't plan to retire for another 20 years, so I think I'll have enough time to fail plenty of times before I finally get it?

My passion is motorcycles, sportbikes in particular. I started riding at 17. I guess I've been riding for 25 years on an off. I picked up the sport again 7 years ago. I'm afraid I'm hopelessly addicted to riding again. I am no writer and I hated English in school. I do like hanging out out a couple forums. I like posting and giving my opinions and some humble advice. I have made some good friends. I'll treat writing articles like posting in the forums. I hope this works for me.

So I'm going to start and write some articles about something I know about. Of course there will be articles on sportbikes. I have some other interests and ideas for niches to try. I'm just going to make lots of mistakes now. If I step on someone's toes, please tell me. I'm here to make friends and not enemies.

Have a great day everyone! Clark

How to Buy Motorcycle Boots
This is the 4th in a series of 6 articles of how to buy good motorcycle gear. So far you've bought a helmet, some gloves and a jacket. You really should consider buying some good quality motorcycle riding boots no matter what kind of bike you ride. I'll give you…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jul 01, 2012  
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All About Motorcycle Jackets
This is the 3rd article in the series of 6 of how to buy good motorcycle gear. Motorcycle Jackets. Where do we start? Well, if you ride a motorcycle on the dirt, you probably don't need a motorcycle jacket. You would be wearing a Jersey. Under the Jersey would be…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 21, 2012  
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Leather Motorcycle Riding Gloves
This is the 2nd Article in the series of Six about Buying Good Motorcycle Gear. Leather Motorcycle Riding Gloves: Gloves are 2nd most important piece of protective gear in the motorcyclist's arsenal. The helmet is obviously the most important. We use our hands for almost everything we do. Many of…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 19, 2012  
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How to Buy A Good Motorcycle Helmet
This is the first in a series of 6 articles on how to buy riding gear for your motorcycle. This article is about buying your first helmet. What's important is that your first helmet is Dot and or Snell approved and that your new helmet fits you properly. Please don't…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 19, 2012  
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Tips for Group Riding
You are finally going your 1st Group Ride. Congratulations. This is one of my absolute favorite activities. I hope you enjoy yourself as much as I do. This article will give you some general tips to think about as far as all group rides. I will also make some suggestions…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 17, 2012  
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Women Riding Motorcycles
The motorcycle hobby or sport is not just for men. More and more women are taking up riding. This is fantastic, isn't it guys? Remember when women only rode on the back of a bike as a passenger? Remember sidecars? Women ride and drive everything on the planet. Gender isn't…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 17, 2012  
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Are Sportbike Aftermarket Rims Really Worth It?
Some riders call them rims. Old schoolers call them wheels. We''ll call them both names. Another synonym for aftermarket is custom. One thing we can agree on is that custom aftermarket motorcycle wheels are expensive. By the time you get around to upgrading your sportbike rims, you know that quality…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 17, 2012  
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Rear Sets for Sportbikes Explained
Which is it? Rear sets or rearsets? The word or phrase is used interchangeably. What are rearsets? Rearsets are a set of aftermarket parts available for sportbikes in general. The short explanation is that they are the rider's (not the passenger's) foot peg assemblies. The rearsets are bolted to the…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 16, 2012  
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Alpinestars New Death Spray Designed Track Suit
This is a soon to be released product for the avant-guard sportbike rider with some dough. Alpinestars is a highly respected manufacturer of all types of protective motorsports racing clothing or gear. These leathers come to market as a one-piece motorcycle road racing suit. A sportbike rider would proudly wear…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 16, 2012  
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Garmin Zumo 550 Motorcycle GPS
The GPS has become one of those gadgets that used to be a luxury that is now a necessity. Most people have a cell phone now and the people with a smart phone have GPS functunctionality built into it. Millions of people are using a GPS now. Garmin has been…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 15, 2012  
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