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Welcome to Bikerumor’s Next Chapter: a Letter from the Editor in Chief

Welcome to Bikerumor’s Next Chapter: a Letter from the Editor in Chief

Welcome readers, It’s been more than a decade since I was first dreaming of writing for Bikerumor from the back room of a bike shop.…

Wednesday, Mar 09

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Welcome readers,

It’s been more than a decade since I was first dreaming of writing for Bikerumor from the back room of a bike shop. Back then, the idea of just writing for this incredible site seemed far-fetched. A pipe dream, really.

Yet here I am today announcing that I am honored to accept the position of Bikerumor’s new Editor in Chief. I am extremely excited about the opportunity, but it’s not a responsibility that I take lightly. Tyler started this site on little more than ideas and ambition, and thanks to the addition of many talented people along the way, we’ve seen Bikerumor grow from just another bike blog to one of the world’s leading sources for bicycle tech, news, and reviews.

And this is just the beginning.

Starting today, Tyler is stepping back to pursue other projects (just ask him about Bike Club), but he’ll still be around in his new role as Founding Editor. I will always be thankful to Tyler for taking a chance on a random kid from Ohio with no prior media experience. Without that, I wouldn’t be here writing this today. The Bikerumor team at Eurobike, 2019. Tyler, Cory, Zach, and Jessie-May (L to R) Also still here are the incredible staff writers and editors who have been crucial in shaping this site. That includes our European Tech Editor Cory Benson, UK Tech Editor Jessie-May Morgan, BC Correspondent Steve Fisher, and our Road, XC & CX Race Specialist Jordan Villella. Names that you see a […]

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