Inspired by a recent post by our lovely friends over at Let’s Go Ride a Bike, I thought it would be cool to give our readers a “behind the scenes” glimpse into Bikecommuters.com. What’s it like to be a highly-unpaid bicycle blogger with tens, if not dozens, of readers and the attendant fame that comes from these wondrous Interpipes? Now’s your chance to see!
Much like Dottie at LGRAB, Elizabeth “gets her muse on” by having a cuddly assistant to help inspire her while she crafts articles for Bikecommuters.com:
Noah likes to keep things real…if he’s not on the bus or elsewhere on the road, he conducts his business here:
I have a cuddly assistant, too — seems to be a recurring theme among bicycle bloggers. Mine demands laptime, and he weighs close to 20 lbs., so there’s no arguing with Lemmy (yes, he WAS named after the singer from Motörhead):
RL takes a different approach to the workspace. In addition to his roles as writer and mastermind behind many aspects of Bikecommuters.com, he also manages a winning racing team. While the team is out practicing or racing, RL likes to catch up on business. He’s got a pretty sweet office with a view:
Moe’s personal assistants and security staff wouldn’t permit us to take photographs of his workspace, just in case you’re wondering why we didn’t show him “working his magic”.
It’s a glamourous, fast-paced life we lead here at Bikecommuters.com, but we love every minute of it. Hope you enjoyed this quick “behind the scenes” tour!