Want to pitch a guest post, paid link placement, or other content marketing tactic? Don’t. There are no unsolicited guest posts or paid links on this blog. Never have been. Never will be. There, I just saved both of us a few minutes. You’re welcome.

Got another question? Check out the frequently-asked questions below, then drop me a line if you still need help.

Frequently Asked Questions

Would you consider publishing a guest post, paid link, or other content marketing tactic?

No. See above.

Can you help me plan my bike trip?

Sure. Quit your job. Get a bike. Ride it. Need more help? Check out the advice section with over 400,000 words of free advice. You might also like this book.

If you can’t find the answer to a specific question, feel free to submit it via the form below.

Should I buy Touring Bike X or Touring Bike Y?

Have a read of my blog post Should I Buy Touring Bike X Or Touring Bike Y?.

I’ve ordered something and it hasn’t arrived. Help!

Sure! Either reply to the order confirmation email you should have received when you made your purchase (check Spam/Junk), or use the form below. Please include an order reference number and/or the email address you placed the order with.

Can you help me with a specific route question?

Almost definitely not, unless you know for 100% certainty that I’ve been there recently. The best sources of up-to-date info for specific routes and regions are Crazy Guy On A Bike, the r/BicycleTouring Subreddit, and the Bicycle Touring Facebook group.

Can you review/promote my product?

I’m interested in what small-scale, independent, ethically-minded folk are making. So if your operation fits that description, feel free to get in touch. I’m not here to prop up big businesses that are doing fine already.

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…except if you’re asking about guest posts, paid links, or any other form of content marketing, because – again, for clarity – the answer is no.