About Southern Biker Magazine
Examples of Southern Biker Magazine editorial topics include:
- 2013 Honda Motorcycle Line-up
- Daytona Bike Week in Review
- Spotlights on rally destinations
- Industry breaking news and legal changes for riders
- Fundraising events
- Interviews with leading industry individuals
- Photos from riders around the world; and
- Much, much more.
Wild Hog Publications, Inc. is a media company that publishes and distributes magazines for the targeted motorcycle enthusiast markets. Among its magazines are Southern Biker Magazine, the leading motorcycle event magazine in the South East United States distributing up to 30,000 magazines to the Southeastern states with another nearly 10,000 on-line subscribers; Sword & Shield Magazine, an internationally known law enforcement motorcycle magazine distributed to 22,000 subscribers worldwide. The company is based in Knoxville, Tn.
We are also your source for fliers, postcards, ad design and more.
We are currently looking to expand our reach with Southern Biker Magazine into other states with like minded co-owners who love the motorcycle industry and are looking to open their own successful magazine business.
Testimonials From Our Readers
Thank you for the wonderful story on Ranger and our Blue Knights 9 Memorial Ride in the July 2013 issue.
Neat magazine. Well done. Thanks for sending it to me.
Your magazine is awesome!
Great job on the Trail Of Tears story.
Thanks a bunch…love your magazine!
Best looking cover… Ever!
My brother and I would like to congratulate you and Randy with the latest issue of Southern Biker Magazine. The magazine continues to evolve into a very entertaining, worthwhile read. I spent the last hour on the phone with my brother reading various articles to him and we think the diversity of articles will greatly expand the readership interest. It is obviously critical to maintain the core focus of the magazine as an events/benefits publication, yet we enjoy reading articles that spark an interest in more technical aspects of motorcycling. Articles such as, “2010 Honda VFR1200”, “BUB-7 Speed Record”, “Spring Tech Tips”, and “Supercross Surprise” should create tremendous interest in reading the magazine and discussing it with chums. It just seems as though anyone and everyone would want to be associated with and advertise in a publication that creates an environment where people are actually reading, sharing, discussing, and using information from featured articles. Remember the old cliche, “Success breeds success”. It’s human nature to want to be associated with other people and businesses that are successful.
Hey thanks for the magazine. I look forward to them each month!
Just seen your publication and it is freaking amazing!!! Congrats! Keep up the good work.
After Daytona Bike Week 2013, I made a ride to Key West and back home to North Carolina. I checked out Southern Biker Magazine on-line and to my surprise my bike was featured on a couple of pages. Thank you for taking time to take pictures of the unveiling of my bike. Roar Motorcycles did a great job! A year ago, I was not sure if I would be able to ride again. My usual trip to Daytona Bike Week was canceled because I had a large brain tumor that had to be removed with surgery. Praise God that my healing was a complete success and I gained full use of my arms, hands and balance which were at a terrible state before the surgery. I not only recovered fully but now have a beautiful bike to ride and give testimony to others about God’s healing hands. Thanks so much for all you do for the biker world!
Just got your August 2012 email version of Southern Biker Magazine. I just want to tell you that you guys are great! I live in Illinois but ride around the south a lot. Your magazine lets me know what going on like rallies, poker runs etc., where to stay and which watering hole to hit. You’re always on time with your emails, not days into the month like some others. When I’m heading south I always check you guys out. Just wanted to let you know and say thanks for your good work.
I am currently in Afghanistan and somehow I started receiving your magazine several months back and I am not sure how or why, but I want to thank you. I am able to keep with the events that are going at home, although I am missing them all. Your February issue gave me some trips to plan back home and some events to try to catch. I am excited that I am getting this magazine with all these things in it for me to plan. I pass you magazine on to others that I know are bikers and they always love to get it and continue to pass it on to others. We are preparing to finally get out of here and head home to Fort Campbell. I have a 2011 Harley Super Glide Custom sitting at home waiting on me to return and go for a ride. We are getting back in time for some good riding and having some things to plan is a wonderful feeling. I have a couple pictures of my bike hanging on the wall right next to my other loves, my daughter and soon to be wife. Once again, thank you so much for the magazine and touch of home!! Means the world to me.
The graphics are great! I sent the electronic magazine on to my daughters in Murfreesboro (both their husbands have Harley’s). Good luck with it.
Excellent magazine! Love the online version, but still need a hard copy to lay on the couch with.
Great E-mag; it’s fantastic. I’m definitely forwarding it on to friends that ride.
Enjoyed every page…great looking magazine…congrats!!!