Author: Michael Edelstone

The week’s most interesting bicycle jobs


Good news folks: there were a lot of bicycle gigs advertised this week. Before I get into my favorites I’d like to give you some quick information on how I find these jobs. My main source is a simple RSS feed (I use Google Reader) of job listings from about 75 cities on Craigslist. This is basically an alert system that tells me if the word bicycle pops up in a job ad. Feel free to contact me if you’d like more details about this process.

I also regularly check:

And now for the best jobs of the week:

Jobs where you get paid to ride a bike:

Other awesome jobs:

Thanks for reading and good luck! Please comment below if you have any questions or tips. You can also connect with me on LinkedIn or by email.

– Edelstone

Graphic Designer jobs in the bicycle industry, and more


Greetings Cycleicious community!

My name is Michael Edelstone and I’ll be posting occasionally about the interesting bicycle industry jobs I’ve discovered. Like Richard I’ll probably omit standard retail gigs or pedicabbing jobs unless they’re real flashy.

A little bit about me: I’ve been working in the bicycle industry since 2005. These days you’ll find me turning wrenches at Plano Cycling or on a North Texas trail with my dogs. Feel free to connect with me on Facebook or LinkedIn.

Here’s a picture of me standing next to a bike.

Right now there seems to be quite a few opportunities for graphic designers and technology enthusiasts in the bicycle biz. But there are some other interesting possibilities out there as well.

Graphic Design gigs:

Other gigs:

That’ll do it for now.  Thanks for reading and good luck!

– Edelstone