Privacy Page

Your privacy is important. That being said, your personal information is not collected or used by anyone associated with Dirt Bikes 101, other than to answer any emails you may initiate. Your email address won't be sold, rented, loaned, or added to any lists.

Collecting personal information

Most websites use some type of analytics to track where the online traffic is coming from in an effort to spend advertising dollars wisely. When visting Dirt Bikes 101 (and most other sites), the IP address, date, and time of the vist is usually recorded, either by the server or entities such as Google. The information collected does not give any information about you, your computer's content, your location, or your email address - not to the end user (us), anyway. Google has its own privacy policies.


The Dirt Bikes 101 website was created, and is written for adults, not kids, and since we don't collect personal information from kids under 13 (or anyone else for that matter), Dirt Bikes 101 is COPPA compliant. Here's a link to the COPPA FAQs page if you'd like more info.

Affliate marketing

Dirt Bikes is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees. The Dirt Bikes 101 site has been in existence since 2010 and with the rebuild of the website in 2013 (to make it mobile-friendly), Amazon products have been added. The Amazon advertisements on Dirt Bikes are called affiliate links and sometimes pay a small commission when you purchase an item found on this site. All the products are selected with the purpose of adding value and/or relevancy. There are no other affiliations with any other sites and there are no Google ads nor any other third-party ads on the Dirt Bikes 101 site. Amazon has a strict privacy policy and none of your information is passed on to anyone at Dirt Bikes 101. Amazon's privacy policy can be found here.


Google uses cookies to serve ads and track user preferences on most websites. They currently use something called the Double-Click cookie which enables them to place advertisements on websites that are based on a visitor's browsing history. Google is constantly changing their policies, so you'll need to google 'Google privacy policy' to get the latest info. You can also check out Digital Advertising Alliance for more info and read about their opt-out page. Visit the Google ad and content network privacy policy at the following url Tracking of users through the Double-Click cookie mechanisms are subject to Google's own privacy policies. As mentioned, there are no Google ads on Dirt Bikes 101, and we don't have (nor want) access to any of Google's information.

YouTube videos

There are several YouTube videos throughout the Dirt Bikes 101 website and some of the videos may include advertisements. YouTube is owned by Google so the YouTube privacy policy is the same as Google's privacy policy.

Changes to this privacy policy

The contents of this privacy page may change at any time due to the fluid ever-changing nature of the Internet. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hestitate to touch base.