10 reasons you’ll love the London Cyclist newsletter

It's a big red arrowLondon Cyclist now has over 2000 newsletter subscribers! (A 110% growth on last month!) That’s fantastic news and if you haven’t joined yet then here’s 10 reasons I think you’ll love it:

1. Exclusive tips

Every month I send out a new exclusive tip not available on the blog. This can help save you money, get more enjoyment out of your cycling or solve a frustration you have!

2. Weekly roundups

Never miss out on an interesting post or tweet on London Cyclist or on other cycling blogs. The weekly roundups that go out on Friday are a quick and easy summary that allow you to stay on top of cycling in London.

3. Exclusive competitions and offers

Newsletter subscribers are the first to hear about a free giveaway and often the only ones to hear about it! Vouchers and great cycling gear are up for grabs. I also keep my eye out for great offers that I think will be of interest.

4. Free guides for you

Get my free eBook which shows you the maintenance you should be aware of on your bike to be sure it lasts for longer and doesn’t cause you a problem. Also, receive a 37 page guide to cycling in London.

5. Be the first to know

As a newsletter subscriber you’re the first to hear about unmissable events, news or free eBooks and competitions you might want to enter.

6. No messing around with spam or overloading you with emails

I know your busy and I know you hate spam. I’m the same! Therefore, on most weeks you will not receive more than 2 emails from me and of course your email address is kept completely private.

7. You are my first class passenger!

I treat my newsletter subscribers like they are in the BA executive lounge! Therefore, I’m always making sure I’m only sending interesting and relevant content that will be useful to them.

8. You can unsubscribe at any time

If you decide its not for you then it is very easy to go back on your decision to join. Every email contains an unsubscribe link at the bottom which will instantly remove you from any future emails.

9. Decide what London Cyclist is about

I’m always open to emails from my newsletter subscribers both with news they think will be interesting for others but also about the direction they want to see London Cyclist go in.

10.  2000 cyclists must know something..

2000 cyclists have already joined the newsletter and I regularly hear a lot of positive feedback about it. This is why I think you’ll love it too.

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14 Responses to 10 reasons you’ll love the London Cyclist newsletter

  1. Friedel 14/07/2010 at 11:45 am #

    I can add Reason #11 to your list: the newsletter is not just for London cyclists! Although we used to live in London, we don’t even live in the UK now. We still enjoy your newsletter.

    • Andreas 14/07/2010 at 1:38 pm #

      Thanks Friedel :) I’m always worried its “too London” for other people to be able to be involved so your comment is very welcome

  2. Iain 14/07/2010 at 11:47 am #

    I’ve only found your blog in the last week thanks to a link from the BBC and signed up to the newsletter. Finding both interesting and useful – have read through quite a few of the blogs going back months. Have bought a copy of your rides guide and took the bike into town on Sunday (first time since Skyride last year) to try a couple out (shame half the city was shut!) Living outside the M25, cycling into the city isn’t something I’ve tried (although the London – Brighton route passes here so is on the to do list.) Keep up the good work and I’m sure more will sign up.

    • Andreas 14/07/2010 at 1:48 pm #

      Big thank you for words of encouragement Iain. Be cool to add some more rides closer to the M25 ring because there is some great cycling to be had around there.

  3. Nicole 15/07/2010 at 2:49 am #

    Andreas, I love the blog. It’s always full of really useful, often thought-provoking stuff and interesting points of view. I’d no idea there was such a community out there until I stumbled accross you looking for advice on my commute. Bought your Bike Doctor app too, which is brilliant. Looking forward to the newsletter

    • Andreas 15/07/2010 at 2:48 pm #

      Hey Nicole! Much appreciated :) happy to keep this blog nice and updated with all the latest stuff

  4. Ruth 15/07/2010 at 8:13 pm #

    It’s informative and friendly, and you’re not elitist/snobby about bikes in the slightest which is great… although I now have a “proper” commuter bike these days, when I started reading I had a simple 3 speed ladies model, so I guess you could also say your blog suits a range of cyclists.

    I especially find it useful that you email out each blog and am looking forward to bigger and better things when you update the Bike Doctor app!

    • Andreas 18/07/2010 at 8:34 am #

      Ruth – that’s always been my intention – to appeal to the everyday cyclist :)

      RE: Bike Doctor – of course many great ideas are in the works! Starting with adding those repairs people have requested

  5. Philippe 18/07/2010 at 10:28 pm #

    Hello Andreas,
    I hope that I won’t disappoint you, but I never ever have been in London so far.
    Living in tiny Luxembourg, I never had the opportunity to visit London.
    It is only because I love London and cycling that I subscribed to your newsletter.
    Your blog is one of my favourite pages on the entire web.
    It is always so interesting, useful and so entertaining for me.
    Wish you all the best and hope you reach your aim
    Good bye and kind regards.

  6. Steph 23/10/2010 at 4:47 pm #

    Hi Andreas,

    Have just bought the repair app and the London routes, but how do I go about getting the Guide to Cycling in London and a Bicycle Maintenance Made Easy eBooks?

    Enjoy the rest of your hols!
    Steph

    • Andreas 29/10/2010 at 11:18 am #

      As soon as you subscribe to the newsletter you get a download link to get both the guides! Check your mail…

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