Writers Wanted

Best Bike Rides DC: Cycling Writers Wanted

Writers Wanted!

Writers Wanted: I’m looking for a few good cycling writers to help add quality content to Best Rides DC. The topics, of course, will be related to cycling in the DC, MD, and VA regions, but will not be explicitly limited to those. If you have something that you want to share, like a recent adventure to a regional or international destination, or something you deeply care about related to riding and cycling in the region we’ll review them.

Did you ride the Patapsco Trail Fest? The Tour de Fall Line? the Anne Arundel 100? Then maybe a short article on the vibe and what it was like. Perhaps you can convince others to get out there. How about why you’re training for the 2017 SM 100, or for an upcoming regional road century? What tips would you share with those on the fence about riding an event next year?

I’d like for you to share your experiences at a local trail, path, or road ride. Why cycling means something to you, and why you are out there riding. Something that shows your passion for the sport; that may inspire others to venture onto the trail, path, or road. Personal essays, opinions, commentaries, interviews, studies, and anything inspirational will be welcome. Controversial? sure – if it does not demean, insult, or degrade any one person or group it’ll be fine. Discourse fuels thought, and if it inspires people to take a stand on a topic read here the better..

I am not looking for gear reviews or why 29ers are better than 26ers; there are already many sites that do that. Perhaps in the future; but not now…

I’ll be up front with you: I have a small budget; but I’m willing to pay you for your work. If you are interested and have some good ideas please contact me first and we can, at the very least, start a conversation.

Some quick guidelines if you are interested in writing for Best Rides DC

The content you submit to Best Rides DC must be original and it cannot have been published anywhere else (including your own blog or website). You are welcome to write a short teaser that links to your post here on Best Rides DC).

Your post must include an author byline. Your byline will help you become better known to our readers. Your byline can include links to your own personal site or social media sites.

You are welcome to provide your own images or videos with your posts, I actually encourage them. It is imperative that you have permission to use any media you provide.

For the record – I WILL NOT do this: “Bicycle.net” or this “PEZ Cycling news.” I will pay you for your work.

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