OFFER ENDS IN TWO DAYS (when the Fundit.ie countdown ends!):
Dublin’s only cycling newspaper Cycling in Dublin, with a print run of 10,000 copies, is your chance to reach thousands of potential customers and we’re offering companies discounts on our marked prices:
- 1/4 page advertisements for the price of a 1/6 page ad (€160).
- Full page adverts for €370, rather than the marked price of €390
The price includes designing a basic advertisement for you!
How to get the discount:
 Go http://www.fundit.ie/project/cycling-in-dublin-summer-2013
 Scroll down to the “or define your own about” option.
 Enter in €160 for a 1/4 page ad, OR €370 for a full page ad
 Click “I do not need a reward for this pledge” *
 Complete the payment details
* this page is proof that €160 = a 1/4 page advert, and €370 = a full page, but if you need email confirmation please email email@example.com ASAP.
The paper will be distributed across Dublin, including at/in:
- Bike Week events
- Key points for cyclists, pedestrians, and rail users
- Cafes, pubs etc in the city centre and the city’s village centres
- Internally in large companies
- Bicycle shops
- Libraries across the city
Any questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
September subscription drive update: IrishCycle.com has reached its target of 270 subscribers by the end of August -- thank you to all who have helped! Our new target is to have 300 subscribers by the end of 2022 -- originally this was hoped to be exceeded by the first year of running the site full time (end of October), but this is unlikely and so the new target is the end of the year.
If you can help push IrishCycle.com above 300 subscribers, please subscribe today for €5 or more. If you have already done so -- thank you!
Please remember, every month there's a natural drop-off in subscriptions due to people getting new cards, cards stolen, Revolut not topped up etc.
IrishCycle.com is a reader-funded journalism publication. Effectively it's an online newspaper covering news and analyses of cycling and related issues, including cycle route designs, legal changes, and pollical and cultural issues.
There are examples, big and small, which show that the reader-funded or listener-funding model can work to support journalism -- from the Dublin Inquirer and The Guardian to many podcasts. To make it work for IrishCycle.com, it just needs enough people like you to believe!
Monthly subscriptions will give IrishCycle.com's journalism a dependable base of support. But please don't take free access for granted. Last year IrishCycle.com had an average of 15,800 readers per month and we know our readers include people who cycle and those who don't, politicians, officials and campaigners.
I know only a small percentage of readers will see the value of keeping this open enough to subscribe, that's the reality of the reader-funded model. But more support is needed to keep this show on the road.
The funding drive was started in November 2021 and, as of the start of June 2022, 250 readers have kindly become monthly subscribers -- thank you very much to all that have!
But currently, it's only around 1.6% of readers who subscribe. So, if you can, please join them and subscribe today via ko-fi.com/irishcycle/tiers