If you have driven on the open road you have seen them. If you frequently go to auto races, concerts, campgrounds, or almost any type of large public event; you’ve seen them. Families vacation and take weekend trips in them. Retirees travel and sometimes live in them. Musicians and other celebrities work out of them. They are called Bus Conversions and they are what our magazine is about. We understand these great machines and the people who own them. We get them and many of them get our magazine.
We are celebrating our 25th year of monthly publication and continue to be the go-to resource for RV bus conversion enthusiasts – a.k.a. Bus Nuts. Each monthly issue has a cover/centerfold feature article showing off someone's converted coach including floor plans, photos, unique features, and the people & story behind it. Plus, each issue includes detailed “how-to” articles on a wide range of bus conversion topics, from a complete tear-out/rebuild of buses to remodeling and updating projects, as well as peoples’ experiences traveling in a bus conversion. There are also articles on the safe use and maintenance of buses as well as tips for buying, selling, and selecting a bus for converting into a RV motorhome. Plus travel features sharing information and photos of great recreational travel destinations that are motorcoach friendly. Also, BCM has a classified section featuring conversion shells, professionally converted coaches, owner converted coaches, seated buses, and bus parts including engines & transmission.
The magazine is published in print and digital formats. The print edition is produced on high quality paper and features full color on all pages. Most readers save the magazines long term to refer back to parts of it and/or share it with friends. The digital editions are available to subscribers to view or download online in standard or hi-def. They contain 30 or more pages of additional content – mostly extra photos from articles, and on occasion include video content.
We also maintain a high traffic website. A vital part of the site is a very active online discussion forum where Bus Nuts of all experience levels share their experience and ask for advice from other conversion owners. You can access the forum here, where bus nuts of all experience levels discuss it all.