Day late, dollar short

I’m a day light for this week’s edition of bicycle jobs. Sorry, but I’ve been out riding.

Casting Call: Established media company in Los Angeles seeks an outgoing personality to HOST a new branded web series focusing on urban cycling and bicycle culture. Open to Male or Female, 18-29, all ethnicities. Must be good on camera, with a clear and articulate presence. Knowledge about cycling, bikes, and street culture is preferable. This is a PAID position. If interested submit headshot, resume and link to online reel (if available) to Deadline is TOMORROW (June 1 2012).

Light & Motion in Monterey California is hiring customer service and sales support. “Filemaker software and Scuba Diving Experience are a plus,” they say. L&M also needs order fulfillment.

Random bike photo to break things up! More bicycle-related job listings below.


TransForm hiring State Policy Director and State Campaign Organizer, Sacramento, CA.

Shipping Assistant for Chubby’s Cruisers in Culver City, CA.

New York City Bike Share social media intern with a $1500 monthly stipend.

Bike-riding organic gardening associate in the South Bay to promote organic gardening. Openings in Almaden Valley, Cupertino, Sunnyvale, Saratoga, San Jose, Santa Clara.

Napa County bicycle tour guide.

Deeplocal seeks genius software programmer to build cool projects like the though controlled bike shifter. Pittsburgh, PA.

Sports Management Intern for the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundations Carolinas Chapter in Charlotte, NC.

Team Evergreen Bicycle Club in Colorado seeks monthly newsletter editor. This is a paid, professional gig.

CycleSport in Tualatin, OR seeks a product manager.

Enterprise Data Analyst for Specialized Bicycles in Morgan Hill, CA.

Graphic Designer needed for Performance Bicycles in Chapel Hill.

Gopher with bike skills needed for J&B Importers in Miami, FL. J&B is one of the big bike accessories distributors that supplies parts to your local bike shop in the United States.

Recumbent Trike Performers” needed in Las Vegas to make the Blue Man Group look good.


  1. Is it legal to specify acceptable age ranges as the “established media company” attempts to do? Have they not heard AGE DISCRIMINATION is not only bad business practice, but ILLEGAL to boot?

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