Quick Start Guide


Quick Start Guide

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Your new Motoveli

Each Motoveli is published as a limited edition and individually sealed to protect it from page flippers and tire kickers. Use your fingernails to remove the packaging first before trying to read. Note that you will not be able to read if the book is sealed.

Staying focused

Reading a Motoveli is different from reading a regular motorcycle magazine. Each issue is thoughtfully designed in Brooklyn and printed in Manhattan, and features ad-free original content. If the free sticker falls out do not attempt to catch it mid-air. You can pick it up later. There’s no rush to finish 100 pages all at once. If you have multiple issues, just add an extra 100 pages for every issue you have. Simply find a quiet place away from your phone, laptop, or similar distraction. Just chill for second like you do when you ride. Get comfortable knowing that your Motoveli isn’t trying to compete for likes. Open it only when you’re ready.

How to read

You might be tempted to break the binding by laying it flat and smushing it. Books don’t like that. Instead, just turn the page like a normal person. Note that it’s ok to skim sections at first because you can always go back. Once you’ve mastered turning pages, you can try to get more comfortable. Try sitting down on a chair. Remember, unlike apps or websites, Motoveli can not be clicked or tapped and doesn’t require a battery or operating system to run. Always be ready to put down your Motoveli if you get distracted by wanting to ride. Do not attempt to ride your motorcycle while reading your Motoveli Motorcycle Magazine.

Protect Your Motoveli

We have designed each issue as a keepsake and to handle a variety of reading scenarios. Put it nicely on the table for easy access. We highly recommend that you keep your Motoveli Motorcycle Magazine in sight at all times and use it to elicit conversation. For example someone might say, “I love that new A-Files section!” In which you might reply, “You should totally get involved and submit your stuff.” Warning: do not lend your Motoveli to another rider or creator—they may forget to give it back. Instead, send them to motoveli.com where they can buy their own issues or get involved as a Contributor or Featured Rider.

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Ryan Snelson