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Cycling Tips has two primary goals: to inspire people to become better, more knowledgeable cyclists, and to provide a few minutes of escapism for our readers. Whether that be tips, beautiful photography, newsworthy items or an interesting insight into a topic.
Much of what I write comes from talking and riding with others and listening to their perspectives. However, I could use a break from hearing my own voice from time to time. I’d be extremely grateful for others to share their knowledge, ideas or photography and add to the sensational collection we already have.
To submit an article, or if you’d like to repurpose your content for Cycling Tips, please use the submission guidelines below to get your piece the attention it deserves.
Posts are based on interesting cycling facts, opinions, education, personal experiences, accompanied by high quality photography or video. If what you have to say cannot be condensed to under 1500 words, we might want to look at making multiple articles out of it.
Use current Cycling Tips blog posts as an example. Be honest, real and specific. If your article is informative, say something that cyclists can apply.
If you’d like to contribute to the Cycling Tips but have an idea that doesn’t fit into the above, I’d still like to hear from you. Contact me at cyclingtips at gmail dot com and let me know what you’re thinking.
All submissions will be reviewed by our editors (that’s a fancy word for “me, myself and I”).
Wade Wallace :: Cycling Tips