Cycling Gears Writer

Calling all cyclists!

We’re expanding our content team for 2021. This position is for a writer specializing in bicycles and cycling.

Think about road, mountain, e-bikes, gravel, kids, commuter bikes, pro-cycling, nutrition and more.

Please read carefully before applying.


  • You've strong technical knowledge of all things about cycling and bicycles. (eg: Ability to explain the difference between Shimano Duraace vs Ultegra, XTR vs XT, Di2 vs Etap, etc)
  • You've previously written in the cycling niche. You'll be asked to show your previous work.
  • You're able to articulate your knowledge in simple, easy to understand English.
  • You're a native English speaker.

If you think this could be for you, here are more information.


  • You will create various types of written content around cycling for the US/UK audience.
  • This includes educational (how-to’s, guides, comparison) and review contents (product reviews and roundups).
  • Write between 3,000 to 5,000 words per week to begin.
  • We will provide you with the topics and a content outline. You're very much welcome to suggest topics as well.
  • All work are 100% original content and will be owned by us.
  • All submissions through Google Docs.


  • A regular writing gig (minimum 3,000 – 5,000 words per week)
  • A team that is flexible on schedule. We're open for discussion on your workload.
  • You can be based anywhere in the world.
  • Work starts immediately.


Please read and understand our requirements laid out above before applying.

Incomplete application will be rejected.

You'll be asked to provide these details via the application form:

  • Previous work in cycling. Provide links to your published work.
  • A short description introducing yourself and why you would be a great fit for our team.
  • Description about your favorite cycling gears.
  • Your CV.
  • Your rate per 1,000 words, in USD.
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