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Jonathan Tessler, known around the world as “JT”, is the Editor In Chief and Founder of Bicycle.Net. Bicycle.Net, where “Attitude is Everything”, is one of the fastest growing internet news magazines geared to the cycling community. Jonathan also serves as a Senior Vice President of Bicycle.Net’s parent company, TechTalk Media Group. JT is a 20-year sales and marketing veteran in the high tech sector with a special expertise in applications of industrial robotics. But JT’s true passion for cycling shows through not only in his work at Bicycle.Net but in his offline commitment as an amateur racer and cycling activist.
JT is a graduate of CalState Northridge with a degree in Radio, Television and Film, with an emphasis in Media Management. JT lives in Los Angeles with his wife, three mini cyclists and enough bikes to stock a peleton. A familiar face (and bright orange Honda Element) at criteriums, road races, time trials, triathlons, and marathons throughout SoCal, JT is most proud of “Riding Slow” with his family.
From our initial launch in September 2006 as a cycling blog, to today, we are evolving into an online cycling magazine that includes news, product reviews, original essays, photo essays, podcasts and video. We have seen unprecedented growth. As we prepare for 2010 and as we add more features we are averaging 200,000+ unique visitors each month and this rate continues to improve monthly. We are developing new partnerships that will allow us to provide content that can only be found on Bicycle.net and we are adding race and event registration as well as other technologies in the second quarter of 2010.
We are proud to be Founding members of Bike Pure. Bicycle.net is actively working to encourage all professional bicycle racing teams to join Bike Pure.
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