Hello BikeRadar readers! I’m Paul Douglas, and I’m the new Global Editor-in-Chief at BikeRadar, having joined a couple of weeks ago. Previously, I was Global Editor-in-Chief at TechRadar (a technology news and reviews site, which was originally BikeRadar’s sister site) before I left to spend a year-and-a-half running an international tech site based in Berlin.
It’s great to be back in the UK and I’m really looking forward to working with the BikeRadar team here in the UK, in the US and in Australia to bring you even more cycling news, reviews and advice on what to buy and how to get the best from it.
It’s our ambition to make BikeRadar the most useful source of cycling-related advice – whether you’re after explainers and analysis of advances in bike and bike gear development, advice on the best bike to buy and how to ride it better, or tips to keep your bike (and you) in top riding condition.
To do this, I really need your help. We’d like to speak to BikeRadar readers during the third week in May 2016 to get feedback about what we’re doing now, and what we may do in the future.
We’ll be holding individual meetings in our offices in central Bristol, and in London (Hammersmith). These sessions will take up to an hour, and to say thank you for taking part, we’ll give you a £25 Amazon voucher.
If you’re interested in taking part, please follow the link below to register your details.
If you can’t make it along to one of our sessions, we still want to hear from you. Please use the link below to provide your feedback in our online form. Alternatively, you can send me an email via our contact page or hit me up on Twitter at @pdouglas. I look forward to hearing from you.
We want to make bikeradar more useful. what do you want to see?: