We accept guest posts from reputable authors who write unique, informative and relevant articles on cycling related subjects.
The Bikes.org.uk website has gone through several incarnations but is now a dedicated cycling blog, written from a personal perspective by Mark Taylor.
Like many cyclists, I’ve been riding bikes since I was very young and despite now being just a little older, I love it just as much. I’ve done my time on touring bikes, have cycled throughout the UK, including Lands End to John O’ Groats (yes, uphill!) and now have fun on a mountain bike in the hills of North Wales, do regular charity bike rides and quite a number of sportives across Wirral, Merseyside and Cheshire on my road bike.
Guest Posts on Cycling, Sportives, Nutrition & Fitness
Guest posts must always be written solely for the Bikes.org.uk website and must not have been previously published, online, digitally or in print. Articles must be cycling related or of interest to our readers, which may, for example, be other active sports like skiing, boarding, hiking & water sports or health, nutrition & fitness related. Cycling related topics include things like bike reviews, cycling equipment reviews, cycling news & events, road safety issues or campaigns, and many other topics like these.
We are happy to publish articles on subjects that we believe our readers would be interested in, such as healthy living, foods and nutrition but we will not publish an article of low quality, on generic topics or ones that are off topic.
How to Approach
When you contact me, please refrain from marketing fluff and flattery, it simply doesn’t work. Instead, follow these simply guidelines but before you do, please read the submission guidelines;
- Topic: the topic you are proposing, be specific as we do not accept generic articles
- Title: the working title of the article you are proposing
- Wordcount: the number of words are you aiming for (min 1,000 words)
- Author: demonstrate your writing credentials with references to recent articles written by you
- Guidelines: confirm that you have read the submission guidelines and legal stuff on this page
- Promotion: the ways you intend to promote the article, include links to social website accounts you intend to use
- Declaration: declare that you will not syndicate the article, offer the same article or comparable content to anyone else (failure to adhere to this will result in the article being deleted from this site)
Guest Post Submission Guidelines
- Posts must be well-written, using correct grammar and in UK English
- Articles must be unique and unpublished elsewhere, either online or in print
- Write well-researched, in-depth and informative articles that remain on-topic
- Writing style should be in keeping with other articles on the Bikes.org.uk website
- Avoid self promotion, lightweight marketing fluff and do not pontificate
- Check for spelling and grammatical errors (poorly written articles will be rejected)
- We have no maximum word count but we do request a minimum of 1,000 words
- Articles should be sent in a .txt file (other formats will be rejected)
- HTML guidelines; no H1 tag, a maximum of two H2 and three H3 tags, paragraph tags should be included along with href code for links
- Appropriate and relevant links may be included but must not be solely for the purpose of self-promotion (these will be removed)
- We reserve the right to remove inappropriate or irrelevant text, links or any other content from submissions
- Proper attribution of data, quotations, trademarks, copyright and other third-party content referenced in the article must be included
Guest Post Submission Terms & Conditions
Articles that do not meet these quality guidelines will not be published. We reserve the right to reject any article that does not meet our high standards. These rejections may or may not be communicated to the person or company who submitted the article.
Published articles may not be republished in any form, either online, digitally or in print without the permission of the owners of this website, in writing.
Guest Post Request Submission Form
To be considered as a guest author on this cycling blog, please complete the following submission form. It is assumed that you are seeking to share information with this community and that in return you will see value in the mutual promotion of our brands. As such, you’re expected to help promote the guest post by sharing it across the social media networks of the brand you are hoping to promote so please list these below.
Guest Posts are currently suspended.