The biker community lost a beloved member recently, Sydney Green, and our heart and prayers go out to this young man and his family. Although I did not know him personally, we were brothers in the biking community. When we sling a leg over the seat we truly believe it to be just another ride we will return from safely. Sadly that's not always the case.
As much as we love our bikes and the free spirit that goes along with it, there's an inevitable amount of risk, an ugly downside to it. A side that keeps us somber when we think about the hazards involved when riding. Through it all we continue to ride because its uplifting and therapeutic for the soul. It's one of the few times you feel truly free from life's worries. The biking community came together for a moving tribute in Sydney's honor. R.I.P. my brother, throttle hand up.
Welcome to our new look! G4R is on the move again evolving, working harder and more efficient to challenge not only ourselves but fans and followers alike. One goal is more interaction between staff and above mentioned parties followed by a better relationship. We've made it easier than ever to contact staff for a one on one chat or simply an idea you may have. Your feedback really does play a role in the direction we take. Occasionally you will notice new pages and features but don't be alarmed, we're merely casting our line a little farther into deep waters.
G4R will continue to play games and crank out reviews so no need to panic and jump ship. Once a gamer always a gamer, that will never change. However we recognize people interests change over time. In fact with designers putting out quality games at a pace like never before, you're more apt to abandon the quest of unlocking all items before moving on to the next game. Point is... you have to evolve or risk becoming that hidden item no one bothers unlocking. We left a few unmentioned gems ourselves we're sure will keep you around for a while to come. Happy hunting and thanks for visiting!
Whether 2 wheels or 4 we all enjoy rolling and what better way to show it than by hanging with like minded individuals. Some like to ride in groups and some like to solo. Still, some like to chop it up and talk shop online from the comfort of home. Anyway we're launching our newest section called clubs and to be honest not sure which direction to take. That's where you come in cough, cough. Serious, the more input from our followers the better tailored it will be. The possibilities are endless but for now we will start with 2... bikes and cars. Don't worry, as more people join the more categories we will add.