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For all enquiries please contact: Jeremy Nelson-Smith, Publisher Tel: 01428 725662 / 07828 584297 Email: jns@freewheelingmagazine.co.uk


A NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR CYCLE DEALERS FreeWheeling offers cycle dealers a fantastic, free resource to add value to their customers’ shop visit. FreeWheeling is not a ‘throwaway’ flyer or news sheet, but a proper, full colour magazine, designed to promote the cycle dealer as the place to go for the best buying advice and choice of bikes, clothing and accessories.

NO COMPETITIVE CYCLING DEALER ADVERTISING As FreeWheeling is distributed through cycle shops it will feature only brand related or non-dealer advertising.

PERFECT FORMAT FOR READERS, ADVERTISERS AND CYCLE SHOP OWNERS FreeWheeling’s handy 230mm x 170mm size has been carefully chosen to: • Fit easily into a cycle jersey rear pocket, backpack, handbag or shopping bag

• Take up minimal space on a cycle shop counter

• Provide advertisers with a high impact, high quality advertising environment.

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Contents Introducing FreeWheeling and general information

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Twelve page sample issue

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2009 content schedule

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Advertising rates and specifications

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For all enquiries please contact: Jeremy Nelson-Smith, Publisher Tel: 01428 725662 / 07828 584297 Email: jns@freewheelingmagazine.co.uk

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INTRODUCING FREEWHEELING MAGAZINE FreeWheeling offers a new concept in cycling magazine publishing – a free, full colour, 52 page, bi-monthly magazine, available through UK Cycle dealers. FreeWheeling will be FREE to both cycle dealers and their customers. The first issue is scheduled for May/June 2009 publication. Planned initial circulation is 20,000.

TARGET AUDIENCE FreeWheeling’s target audience is the broad group of cyclists, who form the customer base of most UK cycle shops – cycle commuters, family and leisure riders, children, sportive and fitness riders, off-roaders and cycle tourists. Most of these customers DO NOT regularly purchase or subscribe to a cycling magazine, but they WILL pick up and read a free magazine that’s packed with interesting content.

TRUSTED REVIEWS OF BIKES, CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES FreeWheeling readers will find reviews of bikes, clothing and accessories that they can trust, carried out by cyclists with whom they can identify, in other words people just like them – occasional and weekend riders and children, in fact just about everyone who rides a bike!

HUMAN INTEREST CONTENT FreeWheeling’s reviews will feature lots of human interest stories, designed to engage readers and keep them coming back to the magazine issue after issue. Rather than focusing too much on technical aspects FreeWheeling testers will pass on their own very personal experience of using the bikes, clothing and equipment they are testing.

A NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVERTISERS FreeWheeling offers advertisers the opportunity to promote their products and services right at the heart of the cycling marketplace – the cycle shop, to potential customers who are actively engaged in either a pre-purchase or purchasing decision.

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NEW Free Cycling Magazine

ISSUE 1, MARCH 09

Trusted reviews of bikes, clothing and accessories

COMMUTING BY TRAIN & BIKE

MY BIKE AND WHY I LOVE IT A BIKE NUT CONFESSES

TWO READERS GIVE IT A GO

TRAINING FOR THE ETAPE DU TOUR 2009 CAN IT FIT IN WITH FAMILY LIFE? IS 2009 THE YEAR TO CHALLENGE YOURSELF? LONDON TO PARIS CHARITY RIDE PREVIEW

REVIEWED IN THIS ISSUE BIKES:

Great Value City bikes £250 - £450 Ultra Convenient Folding Commuters £250 - £650 Fast and Comfortable Sportive Road bikes £550 - £1500 Women’s Bikes £250 - £500 Quality Mountain Bikes £300 - £600 Cool Kids bikes £100 - £300

CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES: Lightweight Spring Jackets Kids helmets Stylish and comfortable bike clothing Sunglasses Lightweight Pumps

WIN A FANTASTIC MOUNTAIN BIKE

NEW

FREE CYCLING MAGAZINE

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WELCOME “Hello and welcome to the first issue of what I hope will become one of the most essential and popular cycling magazines in the UK. FreeWheeling is a real ‘first’ - the first free cycling magazine available through your local cycle retailer. That’s where you’ll find the best advice, choice of bikes, cycle clothing and accessories, not to mention puncture and other repairs! Whether you’re an occasional leisure rider, regular cycling commuter, family cyclist, off-roader or dedicated enthusiast preparing for the Etape du Tour or Dragon Ride you’ll find plenty to interest you inside FreeWheeling. And we haven’t forgotten kids - we love to see children and young people out riding their bikes, so we’ll be featuring plenty of product reviews and articles covering kid’s bikes, helmets and clothing, safe riding on and off road and lots more. At FreeWheeling we’re all completely nuts about cycling and everything that goes with it: the bikes, the gear, the sun, wind and rain too. We even love the pain of slogging up steep hills and 100+ mile rides!

The Editor training for The Etape du Tour 2009. See out Etape feature on page 16.

So enjoy this issue of FreeWheeling and ride on!” Jeremy Nelson-Smith, Editor

FreeWheeling LAUNCH ISSUE MARCH 2009 Editor Jeremy Nelson-Smith Design ShentonCreative www.freewheelingmagazine.co.uk See FreeWheeling on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/pages/FreeWheeling -Free-Cycling-Magazine/38470164316 See FreeWheeling on YouTube and join the FreeWheeling YouTube Group at: www.youtube.com/freeWheelingMagazine To advertise in FreeWheeling or to receive the magazine in your cycle shop, please contact the Editor, Jeremy Nelson-Smith:

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Cycling news Keep updated on all that is pedal powered

Product news What’s hot and in the world of cycling

Readers bike test £1500 Giant Defy 4 road bike

Easy does it: by train & bike We check out the best in folding bikes

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CYCLING NEWS CAN ARMSTRONG MAKE IT EIGHT TOURS? Praesent sed risus at dolor dignissim bibendum

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NEW FAMILY FOREST BIKE TRAILS OPEN

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READER BIKE TEST:

Giant Defy 4 ÂŁ1500 BUY

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REVIEWER: JAMES GLOVER CYCLING CV: Over 20 years in the saddle. Long distance road specialist. Regularly competes across Europe. CURRENT RIDE: GIANT TCR

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Giant have been making excellent, top value bikes at all price points for many years and the new Defy range is no exception. We asked FreeWheeling reader James Glover to take the £1,500 carbon-framed Giant Defy 4 for a good thrashing over his local Yorkshire roads and compare it to his own well-proven Giant TCR. James is a veteran of the Etape du Tour 2007 (the really tough Pyreneean one), a London to Paris charity ride, two Dragon Rides and numerous other sportives, so he knows when a bike is up to the task of a fast, all-day ride over varying road surfaces. How does this fancy looking Giant Defy 4 compare to his existing bike, a carbon framed Giant TCR, that has served him exceptionally well over many tough miles? Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Quisque in augue. Suspendisse dapibus eleifend augue. Sed dictum risus vitae orci. Praesent in tortor. Cum sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Nam elementum, leo vel ultrices blandit, mi sem molestie arcu, non faucibus libero urna quis nisi. Fusce egestas, sapien sed gravida pellentesque, enim nulla dignissim augue, laoreet tempor metus risus vitae diam. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Aliquam egestas nisi sed risus. Sed non dui. Nam id nunc at massa fermentum laoreet. Suspendisse potenti. Vivamus sed arcu. Praesent sed risus at dolor dignissim bibendum. Aliquam tincidunt laoreet enim. Etiam eget justo ac magna tincidunt convallis. Duis ornare, neque eu suscipit luctus, ligula enim adipiscing orci, ut rhoncus mi est vel leo. Nam ipsum. Vivamus pulvinar eleifend purus. Vivamus sem arcu, rutrum at, feugiat at, egestas in, odio. Suspendisse vehicula tellus eget est. Nullam facilisis faucibus ante. Maecenas faucibus eros vel nunc. Nullam ut nunc. Suspendisse eget urna et felis dignissim venenatis.

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“When I first set eyes on this £1500 Deft 4, very nicely finished in grey and black, I immediately thought it had great showroom appeal. I love my Giant so I was itching it give it a try...” Aliquam fringilla, nulla a porttitor blandit, purus justo cursus nisi, vitae commodo diam sapien tempus eros. Curabitur elit nulla, tincidunt ut, vehicula sed, viverra vel, orci. Phasellus mauris. Phasellus iaculis pede sit amet tortor. Quisque eu orci. Pellentesque ornare eros sit amet risus. Pellentesque id elit. In metus elit, tempor eget, posuere in, pharetra sed, ipsum. Vivamus dapibus. Morbi rutrum, turpis ac volutpat suscipit, erat eros pulvinar pede, at eleifend eros nunc id neque. Ut in pede. Ut euismod turpis eu risus varius luctus. Etiam dui. Donec pellentesque, tortor consectetur lobortis mollis, risus velit facilisis lacus, quis tincidunt tortor eros at dui. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Donec porttitor pharetra urna. Sed

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READERS VERDICT

5/5

SPEC VALUE UPHILL DOWNHILL COMFORT OVERALL

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GROUP TEST: FOLDING BIKES

Getting to work by train and bike: Joy and Rob Brown put the ‘train and bike is best’ theory to the test on a variety of folding commuter bikes.

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GROUP TEST: FOLDING BIKES

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Using a train and bike combination is something more and more of us are considering as the recession bites and household budgets are stretched ever thinner. FreeWheeling readers and keen cyclists Joy Nazarri and Rob Brown have recently moved from London’s Clapham to the wild’s of Kent. They still work in London though, so we asked them to give the train and bike combination a go. Here’s what Joy says about her experience: “Moving from Clapham to Kent was a really big deal for us, not least because our commute changed from 30 minutes to 90 minutes for Rob and from 40 minutes to 70 minutes for me. So when FreeWheeling editor Jeremy Nelson-Smith asked us to try using the train and folding bike combination we jumped at the chance...” Aliquam fringilla, nulla a porttitor blandit, purus justo cursus nisi, vitae commodo diam sapien tempus eros. Curabitur elit nulla, tincidunt ut, Phasellus mauris. Phasellus iaculis pede sit amet tortor. Quisque eu orci. Pellentesque ornare eros sit amet risus. Pellentesque id elit. In metus elit, tempor eget, posuere in, pharetra sed, ipsum. Vivamus dapibus. Morbi rutrum, turpis ac volutpat suscipit, erat eros pulvinar pede, at eleifend eros nunc id neque. Ut in pede. Ut euismod turpis eu risus varius luctus. Etiam dui. Donec pellentesque, tortor consectetur lobortis mollis, risus velit facilisis lacus, quis tincidunt tortor eros at dui. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Donec porttitor pharetra urna. Sed facilisis blandit dui. Fusce sagittis blandit quam. Suspendisse

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CONTENT SCHEDULE 2009

ISSUE

MAY/JUNE

BIKE TESTS

Children’s helmets

Commuting by train & bike

Sportive road bikes £550-£1500

Cool shades

Combining training for the Etape du Tour with family life

MTBs £300-£600

Pocket pumps Lightweight rain jackets Bike shorts

Riding to School

Ladies shorts

Safe riding for kids

Carbon road bikes £1250-£2000

Mid range shoes

Family forest trails

Car bike racks

Keeping your bike in tip-top condition

Childrens bikes £75-£250

Road helmets MTB shorts Comfort saddles

First time MTBs £250-£400

Autumn jackets

Children’s road bikes £250-£500

Waterproof overtrousers Pocket tool kits

London’s bike ‘rickshaw wallahs’ Celebrity cyclists My wife or my bike? A bike nut confesses Indoor training tips

Women’s specific bikes £450-£750

Top value lights

Top tourers £550-£1500

Bib longs

London to Paris charity ride report

Turbo trainers

Kids cycle training

Sports saddles

Britain’s steepest hills

Waterproof jackets

Christmas gift guide

Reflective clothing

Cycling holidays for 2010

City riding tyres

Celebrity interview

Winter gloves

Winter cycle commuting

Overshoes

Riding a velodrome

FreeWheeling Bike and Product of the Year Awards

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER

Charity rides in 2009

City bikes £300-£750

Bullet proof MTBs £650-£1000

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER

FEATURES

Folders £350-£650

Cool kids bikes £100-£300

JULY/AUGUST

PRODUCT TESTS

New bikes for 2010 preview Tough winter bikes

Ride safe in the city

Cycling backpacks

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ADVERTISING RATES AND SPECIFICATIONS Ad sizes to suit all advertisers Freewheeling offers a wide range of ad sizes, from double page spread down to 1/9 page. Highly competitive advertising rates We have designed the ratecard to be highly competitive with the major paid-for UK cycling publications. ADVERTISING SIZES/RATES

INSIDE FRONT COVER

INSIDE BACK COVER

OUTSIDE BACK COVER

£2000

DOUBLE PAGE SPREAD FULL PAGE

RUN OF PAPER

£1500

£1500

£1500

£1200

HALF PAGE

£750

QUARTER PAGE (portrait only)

£400

NINTH PAGE (portrait only)

£200 Special positions +10%

Volume discounts on application

ADVERTISING SPECIFICATIONS

BLEED

NON BLEED

DOUBLE PAGE SPREAD

346mm x 236mm

328mm x 216mm

FULL PAGE

173mm x 236mm

154mm x216mm

HALF PAGE PORTRAIT

75mm x 216mm

88mm x236mm

HALF PAGE LANDSCAPE

173mm x117mm

154mm x 106mm

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NOT AVAILABLE

75mm x106mm

NINTH PAGE (portrait only)

NOT AVAILABLE

49mm x68mm

BLEED +10%

ARTWORK • High resolution PDF files are preferred • Adobe InDesign CS3 compatible files. Ensure all images (TIF/JPG/EPS) and fonts are included • TIF/JPG/EPS files must be supplied at 300dpi at size • All computer generated artwork must be CMYK 300dpi • Specialised or Pantone colours must be converted to nearest CMYK equivalent • We do not accept faxes/photocopies or Publisher documents as artwork • Copy deadline: Six weeks 18


ANY QUESTIONS?

Jeremy Nelson-Smith, Publisher Tel: 01428 725662 / 07828 584297 Email: jns@freewheelingmagazine.co.uk

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