Cycling - Road Mountain Cyclocross Commuting Multisport - Triathlons Duathlons Adventure Racing Running - Road Trail Ultra-Distance Swimming - Open Water Pool Outdoor Events - Hiking Walking Climbing Kayaking & Canoeing Snowboarding & Skiing
AUGUST/SEPTEMBER (Streets Jul 26) u Late
Examines the multisport scene in the region, along with a highlight of our favorite sustainable products and events. Ad Deadline 7.7.10 Ad Materials Due 7.9.10
FEBRUARY/MARCH (Streets Feb 1)
OCTOBER/NOVEMBER (Streets Sep 27)
Featuring a comprehensive regional guide to athletic events, races, clubs and associations in the region for 2010.
Focuses on the Fall’s biggest regional running event, the Philadelphia Marathon. Plus a muddy look at the rapidly growing cyclocross scene.
Ad Deadline 1.13.10 Ad Materials Due 1.15.10
Ad Deadline 9.8.10 Ad Materials Due 9.10.10
APRIL/MAY (Streets Mar 29)
DECEMBER/JANUARY (Streets Nov 22)
Thaw out with spring training for cycling, running and tri. We also checkout the very active Adventure Racing scene.
Featuring the best ways to train when the freeze begins with winter sports, plus a holiday gift guide you won’t find elsewhere.
Ad Deadline 3.10.10 Ad Materials Due 3.12.10
Ad Deadline 11.3.10 Ad Materials Due 11.5.10
JUNE/JULY (Streets May 24) u Early
Includes the Official Philadelphia International Cycling Championship Spectator guide as well as our favorite trails in the region. Ad Deadline 5.5.10 Ad Materials Due 5.7.10
Every issue has the latest regional and local content on our featured sports. No canned stories, no recycled content.
• 4th largest MSA in US • Highest number of runners in US (American Sports Data) • Honorable mention Best Bicycling Cities (Bicycling Magazine) • More than 80 accredited colleges • Easy access to beach and mountains • Convergence of 2 waterways used for water sports • 2 hours by air to 50% of US population • Home of the longest running pro-cycling race, attracting over 500,000 people • 25% of nation’s population and consumer buying power lives within a day’s drive • 67% of visitors drive to Philadelphia • 65 neighborhood parks with over 8,900 acres • Greater Philadelphia Tourism & Marketing Corporation marketing region’s outdoor experiences and the recreational activities that go with them
45,000 • Readership: 90,000
(Source: U.S. Office of Budget Management) Population: 6 million Male: 48% Female: 52% Median age: 37 18 and over: 74.68% Median income: $58,000
• Food and Nutrition • Local Spotlight • Sports Medicine • Training • Future Athletes (youth in sports) • Trail Mix (short listing of area happenings) • Trails to Go (review of area trails) • Tyler’s Journal (column by local cycling pro Tyler Wren)
Calendar • Events Calendar
Product Reviews • Choice Gear
Professional Event Guides
• Cycling, Running, Triathlon event guides
OUR READERS Liberty Sports readers exercise, compete, and purchase products on a daily basis. They are cyclists, runners, triathletes and outdoor sport enthusiasts who take advantage of the resources in our area. Our readers are innovators: avid travelers with above average household incomes, and the majority are college graduates and avid users of technology. Our Philadelphia region is one of the top regions in the country for active sports, and a quick drive through will show you why. If you want to reach this audience, there is no better resource than Liberty Sports Magazine.
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