After months of work behind the scenes we are launching our CrowdFunding initiative! Please have a look at our page on CrowdFunder.co.uk and feel free to share and engage with it!
Full details below:
VeloVision focuses on all that is not in the cycling mainstream. It has run for nearly 20 years; delivering news, reviews and features for those who “live cycling”. Our domain is recumbents, cargo bikes, disability adapted machines, velomobiles, trikes, folding bikes and e-bikes amongst many others.
We need to raise funds to grow, expand and continue to publish cutting edge, high quality content. These funds will also deliver a more engaging website for its large readership.
The rewards available for supporting VeloVision include collectable back issues, annual print or digital subscriptions and official merchandise.
The publication is based in the UK but is read across the world. Recently it has launched a YouTube channel that has had nearly 19,000 views in its first two months of life. Its online content is accessed in 92 countries.
Simon Webb took over the publication in June 2017. Citing cycling as responsible for saving his life in 2012 Simon is keen to help others enjoy cycling. Diagnosed with a serious liver disease he embraced cycling in all areas to make a full recovery within six months.
Simon’s background is in marketing and operations, supporting a range of well established international brands as well as working with independent businesses. He has also worked extensively as a sports volunteer for England Hockey, Tour de France and London 2012.
VeloVision’s mission is to support the following:
– Continue to provide news, reviews and features of innovative human powered design.
– Support the coverage of womens cycling.
– Celebrate the benefits of a cycling life, particularly mental health benefits.
– Provide a focus on military veterans using bicycles, trikes, hand cranks and adapted machines.
– Inspire others to take up cycling, no matter what form that may be in.