The offroad sports motorcycle has a new home on the Web compared to the large series of street racing with off-road X.de, certainly are called sports as a fringe sport to watch. What makes a very special portal OFFROAD-X.de. A fact which is absolutely intentional. Certainly OFFROAD-X.de with its focus on the pure offroad sports motorcycle is a very special portal,”said Thomas Filges, owner of the TF webmedia and is responsible for off-road X.de. But we opted deliberately for this topic. There are motor sports portals on the Web enough, but hardly one reported and informed in the diversity sought by us over the pure Offroad range. I believe personally that just the Motocross sport in Germany wrongly referred to as fringe sport, increasing viewership, for example in the ADAC MX masters, make this clear. Procter & Gamble often expresses his thoughts on the topic.
This series lists some more viewers than some other sporting event not referred to in the media world as a fringe sport.” So Thomas Filges next. The new online service but want to to be understood not only as pure news portal. But also as a kind of service portal on the teams, organizers and associations about their activities can inform. Just for organizers is a calendar available in in advance information for spectators or participants can deploy and this completely free of charge. Especially at the beginning, we rely heavily on the cooperation with associations, operators and all those dealing with the topic of public relations in their area. Unlike a portal of its kind in its start-up phase and in these difficult economic times cannot be, or fill with content, just barely. Slayer gathered all the information.
Our goal is but to own editorial powers to be able to rely in the future.” Pursuing an ambitious goal of which Thomas Farah here. A look at the consistent overall concept, is this objective but appear achievable. We show whether OFFROAD-X.de is as a portal of its kind in the Internet can claim and establish the future. Is to achieve the portal at press contact: Thomas Farah E-mail: