Rally Memories By Jack McIntyre.

How do you go from being a Marine to covering motorcycle rallies with a camera? By falling in love with the roar of motorcycles and the smell of their exhaust! It’s what photographer Jack McIntyre tells me while remembering his first experience in Daytona for Biketobefest. He even adds that what he saw and felt was his greatest feeling, other than sex! Being already an experienced photographer while in the US army, Jack decided to complete his photographic equipment and began to hit all possible local events and the major rallies all over the country. After a few years of this routine, jack decided that the web was the fastest and most powerful way to share his photographic memories. And of course, he was right. Although he describes his first website as amateurish, Biker Pics became a destination point for all those who wanted, through pictures, to live again the event to which they just participated, and for those who wished that could have been there. And there is a reason. Jack brings back with him not hundreds but thousand of pictures of each rally. He is so obsessed with not missing any interesting shot that he starts very early in the morning and will not stop shooting until the last biker walks out of the bar. And if you want you and your bike being shot by an excellent photographer, it’s easy to recognize Jack McIntyre during a rally. He has always with him 1 or 2 beautiful models ready to make the shot even more interesting for you and for him. Check out his site at Biker Pics and have fun with it. It’s an electronic picture magazine constantly being updated, with a little bit of video too. .       


11 Responses to “Rally Memories By Jack McIntyre.”

  1. 1 Jimmy Nov 19th, 2007 at 11:44 am

    Some great pictures, but the site is quite difficult to navigate.

  2. 2 Jack McIntyre BIKERPICS.ORG Nov 19th, 2007 at 12:56 pm

    Hi Jimmy,

    Please let me know what you mean by that so it can be corrected. We tried to make it as easy as going into the galleries (login is free) re-enter the galleries and the pics enlarge. It’s an extensive image magazine for all to see.


  3. 3 Patrick Hemsley Nov 19th, 2007 at 11:19 pm

    Nice, but slow loading

  4. 4 Jack McIntyre BIKERPICS.ORG Nov 20th, 2007 at 7:57 am

    good point, let me ask, do you have digital cable? For me it opens quickly, but I’m on a cable system. I have started to lower the resolution of my front page images which may be effecting the loading on some systems.

    Thanks, I’ll look into that today…


  5. 5 Rogue Nov 20th, 2007 at 9:20 am

    Looking Good! Good Photography.
    I expect you will get a lot of traffic once the word gets out about your site.
    Oh it loaded fine for me.I am on cable.

  6. 6 Rogue Nov 20th, 2007 at 9:34 am

    Here are a couple of other sites you may be interested in.
    Bikers Inner Circle http://www.big7productions.com/

    And http://www.sturgisriderlive.com.


  7. 7 Rogue Nov 20th, 2007 at 9:36 am

    Okay try this for the Sturgis Rider Live http://www.sturgisriderlive.com/

  8. 8 Jack McIntyre BIKERPICS.ORG Nov 20th, 2007 at 12:23 pm

    Thanks Rogue,

    All good stuff & a big help!

  9. 9 charlie brechtel Nov 20th, 2007 at 1:03 pm

    rogue is the best a real rider and friend
    and hall of famer

    ps check out bikernet for a big story on my band

  10. 10 Jack McIntyre BIKERPICS.ORG Nov 20th, 2007 at 1:13 pm

    just did, excellent coverage, great pics. Wish I was there with my cameras fpr BIKERPICS.ORG.

  11. 11 charlie brechtel Dec 6th, 2007 at 1:44 pm

    check out a brand new biker site sturgissriderlive.com
    great bikes and pretty girls !!!!!!!

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