Beginning in 2013, every local dealer will have its own section.
With the new year comes a new editorial policy for TrikkeWorld Magazine: in an effort to reach out to Trikke dealers all around the world, the nearly two-year-old online publication about all things Trikke will no longer have an “official local dealer.”
With the magazine headquartered in Long Beach, California, and the local dealer headquartered some 13 miles away in Torrance, the two parties teamed up in 2010 to organize rides in Southern California and became known by many as SBT&T.
“We’ve made some beautiful music together,” said Randy Boyd, publisher of TrikkeWorld, “but the time has come for the magazine to grow and become truly globalized. Beginning in 2013, every local dealer will have its own section.”
The digital transition is still underway, according to Boyd, who also added:
“This is, by no means, the end of the road for SBT&T. We’re both still sponsors of So Cal Carvers and collaborators on local rides, we’ll still be covering SBT stories, and I’ll still be getting my own Trikkes worked on there and writing about their great service.”
Boyd also said he plans to personally thank SouthBay Trikke in a blogpost later this week, and that the magazine will also highlight the best of Bay Watching, also later this week.