Yes, on some newstands. It’s also available for mail subscriptions at an additional charge. Our digital version, which costs the same as a U.S. print subscription, delivers a full copy of each magazine electronically anywhere. For more information visit our subscription page.
Do I need to subscribe, don’t I get everything on your website for free?
Glad you asked. While the website and magazine largely share staffs, the articles in each magazine are all new and never appeared on the web. So you’ll never have a deja-vu moment reading the magazine (or vice versa). The website is the place to get the news; the magazine is the place to get a broader perspective on the world of competitive cycling.
I am a race organizer how can I submit race results?
Email them to email@example.com. We prefer results in spreadsheet format (.xls or .csv); send them as soon as possible after the race. Generally we only run results from professional races.
How can I see your site on my mobile device?
Navigate to www.velonews.com on your mobile browser. Our site recognizes some of the major smartphones and adjusts to fit.
Do you have an iPhone app?
No, but our mobile browser recognizes iPhones and optimizes its size to fit. If you bookmark our mobile site on your iPhone, a VeloNews icon will be added to your home screen, making it easier to find us.
Are you on Twitter
Yes, we have several Twitter accounts:
@velonews sends out our rss news feed and other news (@velonews also follows a good list of pro riders and other bike world insiders; if you are looking for people to follow on Twitter, you might start by reviewing our list).
While we rarely use unsolicited manuscripts, we are always willing to review article proposals, for the magazine or the website. It’s always best to send a very brief proposal, not a completed manuscript or a long proposal. Email magazine article proposals to John Bradley and web proposals to Spencer Powlison at the addresses above. If you are not sure if your article is right for the web or for print, send it to both!
Do you accept freelance photo submissions?
We are always willing to review photos. Keep in mind that we move quickly, online and in print. So if you have a great shot from a bike race that you think we may want, contact us ASAP. If you are planning on attending a race with your camera, drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org a few days (or weeks) before the event; if we haven’t assigned the event to another photographer, we may be interested.
Can I apply for an internship?
VeloNews has traditionally worked with one or two editorial interns each year, and several of them have later become staff writers or editors. Our internships are unpaid, but we can work with your college to ensure you get credit. Contact John Bradley to inquire for openings.
Can I apply for an job?
When we have a job opening at VeloNews or VeloNews.com, we generally post an article on the VeloNews.com homepage and run ads on some of the popular job sites, including journalismjobs.com.