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Calendar coming soon!

We’re in the layout phase of production now, actually putting the Calendar together in a final form before shipping off to the printers’. We won’t have a publication date until we receive and approve proofs and get into the press queue. The Web version will go live when we go on-press! ‘Til then, the deadlines have all passed and we’re accepting no additional ride listings or ads for the printed version of…

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Cover photo wanted!

Although technically past our deadline, we’re still seeking an excellent image for the cover of the 2015 Ohio Bicycle Events Calendar. The image should depict cycling in Ohio and show actual riding — no trophy presentations, food lines, etc. — and safe cycling practice. Image orientation should be “portrait,” aka vertical, in order to fit the cover. The photographer or artist (image doesn’t need to be a photograph) will be paid for…

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Shipping began today

At long last the 2014 edition of the Ohio Bicycle Events Calendar is shipping! The first bulk orders of Calendars going to bicycle shops and clubs should begin arriving on Thursday, March 20 … somehow suitable that it’s the first day of spring! While I’m excited to get the Calendar out there, doing its job promoting cycling events across Ohio and in the region, I always start worrying. I’m human. While I…

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On-press now!

This year’s Calendar is being printed as I type this. Once the job is printed, it rests as the ink dries, then it is sent on to bindery. In the bindery stage, the large, flat sheets are folded, cut, and stapled into finished books. The finished pieces are then packed and shipped. If your club or bicycle shop needs a supply of Calendars, please contact us ASAP so you can be in…

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It happens every year, about this time… we’re seemingly overwhelmed by the last-minute influx of questions, requests, and mail all trying to meet our publication deadlines. Oh, the mail! Emails and stacks of physical letters pour in and we try and keep them straight. Often, event promoters send in both an email and a paper version of the same material, so twice the paper there. We register and deposit donation and advertising…

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