For us people in the northern hemisphere, the nights are ‘drawing in’, and up here there appears to be about six hours of light every day. Boo ;-(
Anyway, the perfect time I think, to run this subscription promotion!- anyone who buys a new print subscription or print renewal in the month from now* will be automatically entered into the prize draw.
Existing subscribers who have already renewed, are invited to introduce someone new to Velo Vision—tell us the name of the existing subscriber when making the new subs purchase for both persons to be entered.
Prizes will be posted to arrive in time for Christmas (UK winners), or shortly after to overseas.
UK Print Subscription
Four magazine subscription. A magazine is published every quarter. Postage costs are included in the price.
Print subscription RENEWAL
Three magazine subscription. A magazine is published every four months. Add one year of digital access via Exact Editions for only £10 (normally £19.99) and get online access to ALL back issues. New subscribers click here. or go to Exact Editions to go digital-only.
*last entry midnight on 14th December 2015 (23:59 on 14 Dec!)
Unlimited number of entries per individual.
Winners will be chosen randomly and notified by email or teleplone
No cash equivalent available.
The ‘introduce a subscriber’ entry for existing subscribers will count as one entry per individual (one for each household).
Promotion limited to NEW and RENEW print subscriptions only.
Hello everyone. The free to enter prize draw has now closed. Thanks to everyone who put their name ‘in the hat’. I will be randomly drawing three names from the list and will inform the winners by email, soon.
Meantime, if anyone would still like to take advantage of the 30% discount code, it is “Velo Vision” (yes, really)– to use it, just head to www.wildthingspublishing.com and enter it at their checkout. I don’t know how much longer the code will remain valid, but not forever surely.
Administrative news. Some emails sent from this site failed to be delivered to users and customers some time between Thu 15 October 2015 10:02:07 BST and Mon, 19 Oct 2015 07:22:19 BST. I have now resent all the ‘lost’ messages manually. The issue is entirely due to my webserver and not anyone’s personal email address or provider.
While on the matter of email, I would like to bring a known issue to everyone’s attention, which unfortunately affects several users and is beyond my control. This matter not confined to Velo Vision emails, it is widespread, so worth knowing about:
Unfortunately, unsolicited email to hotmail, gmail, googlemail, live, fastmail or outlook email addresses with embedded URLs are frequently lost, due to overzealous spam filtering (before it even reaches your inbox or your spam folder). I do not know when this happens and it causes the website registration process and some webshop email messages to be undelivered. If you do not receive an email you were expecting, I’m afraid you will need to manually request another by sending a message to me after adding the address ǝʇᴉsqǝʍ@velovision.com* to your address book. I am sorry for this inconvenience. I can also send messages to any other email address if you prefer.
*Yes– it is upside down. Like you, we don’t like spam email either!
I’m delighted to say, the upcoming issue is now at the printers and print copies of the magazine will be mailed out next week. Digital subscribers can expect to receive a notification of the latest edition around the same time, possibly a little earlier.
Meantime, here’s a preview of what’s included:-
We’ve got the two main show reports from 2015- SPEZI and Bespoked, both including some amazing new machinery; full reviews of the new 8 Freight cargo bike, the Hase Kettwiesel Evo and Loopwheels for trikes; readers’ reports including a boat builder’s velomobile for three and a restored vintage recumbent; we also paid a visit to a the Cargo Bike Co to see their custom build trikes and there are the essential small reviews, letters and news pages too!
Reports and visits:
Plus more!- news, letters and some of the most useful alternative cycling advertising you’ll find anywhere in print. Please do support the advertisers, who in turn support our magazine!
I think my head has stopped spinning from the ever-revolving SPEZI in Germersheim. Busy, doesn’t really come close to describing it. However, I believe Peter had some pleasure in taking a step back from the position requiring him to record and document the event–I’m certainly looking forward to getting the write up finished before my thoughts evaporate! Meantime, here’s my signature panorama, taken on a slightly dull day one.
The whole trip could have been a bit easier if we’d had a few bikes to hand, probably with trailers, definitely something to consider for next year. It would also have been wonderful to share the experiences with some more VV readers… and while alone at 4am in Manchester airport the advantages of leisurely and comfortable coach journey became apparent.