We are flat out ignoring that the calendar is pushing up against June 1. The passing of time is no big thing, but reaching the end of our officially-decreed “Bike Month” is devastating.
Since we’ll be rolling with two wheels at least until the snow flies (and beyond), we officially reserve the right to celebrate our beloved bicycles at any time we see fit. Today is one of those days.
One of the beauties of working in the bike industry is the crossover appeal of bikes/travel, bikes/events, bikes/philanthropy, bikes/community and bikes/fitness. Each of today’s featured jobs shares a little taste of how bikes make our world better in more ways than one.
Ciclismo Classico, based in Massachusetts, is looking for a Bicycle Travel Consultant to help “…share the passion… ” of cycling. It doesn’t hurt that “sharing the passion” of the European cycling vacations seems to include plentiful wine and classic Alpen climbs.
Appreciate a Boston lager more than a French wine with your bike tour? Another Boston-based business is in need of a Bike Mechanic. Urban Adventure Tours is a full service shop that operates tours around Beantown and Cambridge – taking advantage of vistas, sunsets and history.
Moving away from the Berkshire Mountains of New England and closer to the Rockies of Colorado, Bicycle Village in Colorado Springs is seeking a Sales Associate. Bicycle Village is an institution on the Front Range, with five locations, 30,000-sq. ft of retail space and dedication to excellent service since 1974.
Not every industry can claim the sincerity of those in the bike industry. If you believe the world is a better place because of bikes, get your professional start in a killer industry right now.