Rotating Mass Media has hired Katherine Fuller to be the new online editor for Dirt Rag and Bicycle Times magazines. Fuller replaces Adam Newman, who was named editor-and-chief of Bicycle Times in July.
As online editor, Fuller will oversee the care, feeding and growth of each magazine’s online presence, from the websites to social media.
Fuller spent the previous five years with the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) where she was most recently its communications manager. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and is working toward a master’s in marketing and public relations.
“When I started at IMBA, I was new to mountain biking,” said Fuller. “Someone slapped a bunch of back issues of Dirt Rag on my desk and told me I needed to read them to understand the culture. I’ve been hooked ever since and couldn’t be more delighted to now be a part of both Rotating Mass Media publications.”
“Our websites and digital products are a really huge part of the future of Rotating Mass Media,” said Publisher and owner Maurice Tierney. “We’re fortunate to have Katherine on the team and we’re excited to see where she can take us.”
Fuller is a proud native Texan but currently resides in Golden, Colorado. She can be reached at [email protected].Tweet Print
Rotating Mass Media, the parent company of Dirt Rag and Bicycle Times, is currently accepting applications for the position of online editor. This individual will be responsible for operating, managing, maintaining and developing RMM’s digital properties, including the websites of Dirt Rag and Bicycle Times, as well as auxiliary sites and services.
The online editor will work closely with the editorial team to execute existing content strategies and develop new approaches. The online editor will also work with the Publisher to improve monetization of digital assets. We’re looking for someone to push RMM’s digital offerings into the future. Familiarity with RMM’s titles and history is essential, as is an interest in diverse aspects of cycling—from cargo bikes to mountain bikes.
This is a full time position with benefits, including health care and a 401(k) retirement plan. RMM offers a results-based work environment with a flexible schedule and unlimited vacation. Relocation will not be necessary.
You can learn more about the position and how to apply at our careers page.
Here at Dirt Rag we love all kinds of riding, not just mountain biking. That’s why we launched our sister magazine, Bicycle Times, in 2009. This year we’re adding some adventure to the mix with a new event—in the spirit of Dirt Rag’s Dirt Fest—where cyclists of all types can share a weekend of riding under a canopy of spectacular fall foliage.
Join us at the inaugural Bicycle Times Adventure Fest at Lake Raystown Resort in Entriken, Pennsylvania, the weekend of October 9-11, 2015.
At Adventure Fest, you choose your own adventure and ride your own pace. All routes will be signed and mapped. Just grab your crew, a map and cue sheet and hit the road. All rides will have aid stations and sag support should you need it. Otherwise, start when you want, ride your pace and finish when you want.
Here’s just a sampling of your ride options, all of which meander through beautiful countryside on pristine secondary roads. Mixed surface rides traverse everything from smooth, car-less double track to mountainous gravel roads.
- 13 mile demo loop
- 35 miles
- 61 miles
- 105 miles, 9,500+ feet of climbing!
- 25 miles
- 45 miles
- 77 miles, 7,100+ feet of climbing!
Expo and Demo
Through an expansive Demo area, our industry partners will be offering test rides on the latest and greatest bicycles and gear, as well as showing off new technology. We’ll even have kayak and stand up paddle board demos, too.
But, Adventure Fest is about more than just riding. Friday and Saturday nights will be capped off with entertainment and free adult beverages for those 21 years of age and over. Adventure Fest isn’t just for adults; we’ll have activities for kids of all ages. Admission is free for those under 18 years of age.
Adult registration for the Adventure Fest weekend is $60. Register before August 1 and we’ll give you the early-bird rate of $50. Registration is free for those under the age of 18.
Register for Bicycle Times Adventure Fest via BikeReg.com. If you have any questions, be sure to read through the FAQ section on BikeReg. For any additional questions, please contact Seth Gernot via 412.329.8687 or email.
Bring your friends and family to help us make Bicycle Times Adventure Fest the best cycling festival in country! We hope to see you there!
Beautiful Lake Raystown Resort with be our host for the weekend. Accommodations range from camping to a variety of indoor lodging including bungalows, cabins, cottages, villas, and even hotel rooms. Adventure doesn’t have to mean roughing it. Lake Raystown Resort is a family friendly facility with a sweet playground.
Book lodging directly through Lake Raystown Resort here. Be sure to mention you’ll be attending Bicycle Times Adventure Fest!