Online Classes in Chopper Building? Will the Wonders of the Internet Never Cease
You see the ads all the time.
Learn to work on motorcycle and be certified as a motorcycle mechanic!
One problem. You don’t live in Florida or California and it’s a mighty long commute from Idaho, or North Dakota or Michigan to attend classes every day.
Well, have no fear, citizen, you’ll soon be able – with a simple click of your mouse – to learn how to build and convert eco-friendly motorcycles with your own two hands.
Chopper College, a Minneapolis-based technical has joined forces with Chicago digital agency Oncall Interactive to upgrade the CC website to include a new video curriculum. The videos will teach aspirants to make their own custom-built biodiesel and electric bikes to show off at rallies from Sturgis to Shanghai.
“At Chopper College, we are one of the elite few to be at the forefront of motorcycle and vehicle technology. Our model is to innovate, educate and commercialize,” said Thomas Creal, CEO of Chopper College. “Oncall Interactive has the drive to bring the unique value of our training to the web, delivering a top-quality user experience. This will not only put us in an untapped space for the motorcycle world, it will show motorcyclists — even the skeptics — that eco-friendly bikes can be profitable and positively impact our economy.”
The Oncall Interactive crew are old hands at helping clients reinvent their digital marketing and online transactions and the company began work on www.ChopperCollege2020.com this November.
The new site launch is planned for March 31, 2012.
“The closest most people get to designing and building custom bikes is watching American Chopper — which is fun, but not hands-on. By making Chopper College’s training available on the web, we will open up new horizons for chopper fans,” said Matthew Maday, CEO of Oncall Interactive. “Tom and his team are really pushing the envelope of motorcycle design and fabrication. Our goal is to equip their site with innovative and flawless online design — just like their custom motorcycle work.”
Custom Motorcycle Insurance
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- Collision to pay for damage caused to your vehicle in an accident with another vehicle or any stationary object.
- Comprehensive to cover such things as fire, hail, wind, vandalism, hitting an animal, etc.
- Towing / Pickup
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- Uninsured or underinsured motorist to protect us when the other driver is at-fault and does not have coverage or assets out of which your bills can be paid.
- Additional coverage to replace or repair accessories specific to your bike.