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We deliver on March 7: Will that be paper or electrons?

We are on the eve of release of the 2018 Ohio Bicycle Events Calendar with the Web and PDF versions going live tomorrow (March 7), and the print version expected to begin shipping the same day! We’re a little later than usual due to unexpected delays at the printers’ but we hope you find the product well worth the wait. This year we’re listing nearly 160 bicycle touring and racing events of…

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At Last! Bicycle shop listings return to our website!

Because it represents a time-consuming task, and with time for us in short supply, we put off restoring Ohio bicycle shop listings to this website. Well, during the lul leading up to Christmas weekend, we got some time! You’ll find the list either through the links at the top of our pages or simply CLICK HERE. If you know of any updates or corrections, let us know via the Contact Us form!…

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At the printers!

The digital publishing package is at the printer’s plant now and, in a couple of days, I’ll be looking at full-color proofs. Once the proofs are approved (usually the same day) the project will be queued for production. We’ve already had excellent response from bicycle shops across the state requesting copies of the Calendar for their customers. Those whose requests have been received by the completion of printing/binding will receive their shipments very…

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Just about done!

What’s “Just about done”? Our supply of Calendars. Out of about 21,000 copies printed this year, we now have only a few hundred remaining. The Calendars are “out there” doing their job of promoting bicycling events for the benefit of Ohio’s cycling community. The many thousands went out to bicycle shops, clubs, and individuals all across Ohio and in portions of neighboring states. We’d like to end the season with no Calendars…

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At the printer’s

We have handed off the publishing package to the printer and expect to see a full-color proofs in the first half of this first full week of March. Only after the proofs are approved will the job be scheduled for printing and we be given an expected delivery date. Delivery, these days, to us actually means the beginning of distribution, most of which is now handled by the printer on our order.…

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