For the people. By the people.
The Atomic Network is a network of highly targeted sites supporting the do-it-yourselfer through blogs and community forums. Each site focuses on a specific market vertical and the passionate people within them. With an eye for detail and an absolute dedication to serving our audience, the Atomic Network has been able to build a reputation for industry leading editorial, content, and community. As a result, our network currently serves almost 40 million page views a month by over 2 million unique visitors.
Spreading the gospel of traditional hot rods to hoodlums world wide…
The Jalopy Journal was started in 1995 as a simple passion. Through years of development and refinement, the journal has become the voice of the working man, a tool in the toolbox of the guy that does it himself, and a place where citizen journalist can show the “big-time” media a thing…Read more
Tools, garage organization, and just good ole’ ingenuity in action…
The Garage Journal was started in early 2006 to serve the home garage and workshop aficionado. Since that time it’s grown into a rich environment focused on garage organization, tools, theories, and all the toys and treats that make the home-work shop a haven. Put simply, it’s just down-right…Read more
Gear and gadgets for the man that enjoys the details in life…
The Gear Journal is a brand new property on the Atomic Network and we couldn’t be more excited about the possibilities. It’s a great place for folks to gather to share their interest in watches, knives, bags, clothing, and other “every-day-carry” items that make life easier and more interesting…Read more
The Ford Barn was started almost 15 years ago. Through the years, the community soldiered on through numerous owners and very little software improvements. Atomic acquired the site in early 2010 and quickly got to work improving the infrastructure and usability of the site. Since that time, the community has exploded with more and more [...]Read more
DOGFIGHT Magazine covers the American and European quest for speed. It does so without a concerned focus on tradition, but an absolute dedication to performance. The premise is really quite simple and based around the very foundation of hot rodding – take something stock, whether it be a 1969 Camaro or a 2010 Ford GT, and make it perform better on the street, the drag strip, the road course, the circle track, or even the salt/lake bed.Read more
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