1. SteriPen, the company that manufactures a small device that you can carry in your pocket and that will sterilize contaminated water in seconds. They are offering $5 off on any product they sell.
2. Clothing Arts, the company that manufactures Pick-Pocket Proof Pants -- yes, they are so pick-pocket proof that you would have to be unconscious for anyone to get into your pockets -- is offering a substantial 20% discount that's good until fall 2013. I've blogged about these pants in an earlier post.
For each of these discounts, simply email me (see the contact information in my blog) and I'll provide you with the discount codes.
Below is the latest company to provide an offer to those who buy my book. And this is a company that is near and dear to my heart. I've been a member of this organization for ages and have taken many of their bicycle tours where I've pedaled along one of the most beautiful roads in the country, the Beartooth Highway, and also went ferry hopping in Washington State's San Juan Islands. I've cycled over soaring mountain passes in Colorado and Montana as well as along historic paths in New Mexico passing old pueblo dwellings.
Anyone who buys my travel tips e-book will:
Get a Free Issue of Adventure Cyclist Magazine!
Adventure Cycling Association is North America’s largest nonprofit membership bicycling organization. Their mission is to inspire and empower people to travel by bicycle. They publish the award-winning Adventure Cyclist magazine known for its insightful stories,inspiring photography, bicycle-travel news, gear reviews, technical advice columns, touring bike road tests, and more.
This is a company without pretension, a company that has long advocated for safe bicycle routes around the country, and a company that was the first first in 1976 to organize the coast-to-coast bicycle route in the U.S.
Their guided bicycle tours span the gamut, from cushy inn-to-inn tours where you'll enjoy low-key cycling in, for example, Puget Sound in Washington, passing tranquil coves and harbors, to family tours in Idaho where you and your kids can stop in historic towns, take a refreshing dip in a swimming hole, and do some bird watching, to much more rigorous self-contained tours that course thousands of miles over hill and dale, such as their Sierra Cascades tour. On these latter tours, you'll carry everything, including clothing, food and other gear, on your bike, camp overnight and wake up to towering redwoods and course through majestic parks, such as Yosemite and Lassen, with its smoldering volcanic activity. You'll become comfortable with the day-to-day routine, and realize that good camaraderie, warm food, a roof over your head, and a day of scenic vistas is all you need to be happy
Aside from their tours and the magazine, Adventure Cycling also offers the Cyclists' Yellow Pages, a comprehensive resource allowing you to search for bicycle shops, bike tour operators, bicycle events and much more in North America and around the world.
What a deal! Good book and discounts, too.
Hi Brette, And there will be more discounts down the road.
Hi Vera Marie, Thanks so much. Yes, it's definitely a great deal. Spending the mere $2.99 for the book could easily make your next trip trouble free. Well worth the price.
It's nice that these partners also endorse your content! Congrats~
Hi Irene, Thanks a lot, Irene. I'm hoping to have more of the companies on board very soon.
Great discounts. And good for you for partnering up with like-minded companies. Win win.
Hi Jane, Thanks much. I only recommended companies/products I feel strongly about. I'm glad some of them were on board with discounts.
Hi merr, Thanks for your enthusiasm.
I'm always on the look out for discounts!
Hi MyKidsEatSquid, And the products with the discounts are very cool, like 20% off on the pick pocket proof pants.
I remember your post about that pen and was meaning to get one. It's cool that the company is offering a discount. Nice collaboration!
Hi Alexandra, Good memory. Yes, that pen is very cool. And I'm glad that I could partner with some of the companies I mentioned in the book.
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