Each year tens of thousands of drivers spend yet another holiday season on the road, away from family, friends and the familiarity of home. “The loneliness of the long-distance trucker is very real, and it can be especially difficult over the holidays — especially when drivers have young children at home,” commented Michael Bilokonsky, the CEO and President of Whitehorse Freight, which is headquartered in Bellevue, KY, and provides clients with a full range of logistics solutions from small LTL shipments to over dimensional loads with escort.
The enjoyment of riding a motorcycle should not be limited to adults, with proper motorcycle safety available for children. Cruiser reports a child can travel as the passenger on a motorcycle when they feel confident to do so and are equipped with the correct safety gear. Sharing their love for the open road is something parents want to do with their children and something Michael Bilokonsky believes can be done safely.
When it comes to a battle of the brands, the Ducati and the Harley Davidson are perhaps the motorcycle world’s best opponents. Both have passionate followers with each camp adamant about its superiority. But which brand is the true king?
While driving both a motorcycle and a car have their benefits and thrills, they are entirely different experiences according to motor vehicle enthusiast Michael Bilokonsky. From the handling, to the climate, to the reasons for hitting the road, driving a bike is a totally different game, he says.
What do you look for in a motorcycle ride? Michael Bilokonsky wants to know your answer and reveals his favorite rides in Europe. Bilokonsky planned to become a physical education teacher before becoming an expert in freight movement.
While some sectors and industries have slowed down and contracted in recent years, it’s full speed ahead in trucking. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a five percent growth in trucking industry employment across the next several years, and one of the biggest factors behind this ongoing expansion is advanced and innovative technologies.
Trip planning is one of the most important aspects of long-haul trucking. When truckers plan their trips in detail, they will be more likely to get to their destination without any problems. Michael Bilokonsky, the founder of Whitehorse Freight, explains the nine steps of trip planning for long-haul truckers and how each step can help to make your trip easier and more efficient.
Exploring the country is one of the greatest benefits of long-haul trucking. Truckers are able to travel all over the country and see sights that many others miss. Michael Bilokonsky, a trucking entrepreneur and the founder of Whitehorse Freight, explains how long-haul truckers can make their journeys count by visiting some of the country’s best destinations.
While today’s motorcycles come with an impressive array of features, there are areas where they could be improved upon. Enterprising companies have invented a number of new gadgets that can help motorcyclists travel safely and have more fun along the way.
Michael Bilokonsky grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. He went on to study physical education at West Virginia University, with the hopes of becoming a teacher and football coach. Upon graduation, Bilokonsky realized there were no positions available in his area. Ever the optimist, he took a position as a mega logistics company nearby.
The call of the open road is a pastime Michael Bilokonsky has enjoyed for decades. The desire to understand the workings of the motorcycles he has owned has led the Whitehorse Freight founder to take on many maintenance tasks from the comfort of his own home.
In 1970, legendary adventure motorcyclist, engineer, mechanic, and author Theresa Wallach shared in her seminal book Easy Motorcycle Riding: “You are on your own. You are not protected by two tons of steel, rubber, foam padding, and safety glass…
There’s nothing quite like getting out on the open road, especially when the United States has so many incredible roads to offer. Michael Bilokonsky is an entrepreneur and motorcycle enthusiast from Fort Thomas, Kentucky.
Michael Bilokonsky is the President and CEO of Whitehorse Freight. Bilokonsky founded the company in November 2015, and through his extensive business skills, he has been able to build it into a successful enterprise.