As jobs go, working at a motorcycle publication is pretty darn good – as long as you’re not too fond of money. Still, like every job, there are work days and there are work days. This week, aside from having Monday off for Labor Day, we’ve got a pretty hectic work schedule planned.

After being held up for months by late-arriving bikes, a fractured bone, and delayed shipments, we are setting out with six wire-wheeled adventure bikes for a three-day shootout to be published in the near future. In the interest of letting you, dear reader, know how hard we work to bring you the very best in motorcycling, here are the Top 10 things the MO staff will be doing September 6-9, 2016.

  • Ian Parkes

    As long as Tom’s tap-tapping with his fingers, he’s probably taking notes.

  • JMDonald

    I find it funny that moto journalists always feel the need to downplay the lifestyle. Low pay, long hours thankless demeaning tasks, the beatings. We all know it’s more like six figure salaries, swag bag giifties that make the ones they give out at the Oscars look like homeless shelter hygiene kits. First class airline travel to every exotic locale on the planet, five star hotel/resort accommodations,personal assistants, umbrella girls, wipers, the list is endless. We’ve got your numbers gentlemen. Well done. I look forward to the comparison.

  • Old MOron

    I was going to tease you about posting “What we’ll be doing Sept 6 – 9” on Sept 8th. But this top 10 list turned out to be quite good. I hope you get to go to the important lunch meetings some time.

  • Old MOron

    “We all know that some members of the staff have better butts than the others, don’t we?”

    Sean knows: