Trina Haynes

Trina Haynes

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Advertising Sales Manager/Sponsorships/Partnerships

Yeah, but what do you ACTUALLY do around here?

I run the Ad Sales department here at Bicycle Times and our sister magazine, Dirt Rag. With my amazing sales team, we work together to communicate the many benefits of advertising within our publications. Responsibilities include; print and web ads, trade shows, sponsorships, reader demographic analysis, surveys, digital edition hyperlink/ video proofing, team and advertiser relationship building, and more. Being part of the Marketing duo I am involved in coordinating and fulfilling beneficial partnerships and events.

What do you think about when you're riding your bike?

Nothing and everything.

How would you rate your coffee consumption on a scale of 8-10?

I take coffee consumption to 11.

Complete this sentence: "My other bike is …"

TIE-Fighter

What are you eating, drinking, reading, or fearing these days?

Dried mango, pitas, avocado and whatever is growing in the garden. Drinking Bushmill's Irish Honey Whiskey and Ginger Root Tea. Reading "Generation T", "The Joy of Vegan Baking", "Saved" and "Last Child in the Woods". Ongoing fear of my kids projectile vomiting on me.

Elvis or the Beatles?

The Beatles

Say something profound and meaningful in exactly seven words…

In Tokyo they sell toupees for dogs.

I like your answers. How can I get in touch with you?

412.767.9910 x101

Email me

Telling the Women’s Story

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Combine two key outdoor industry organizers, mix in the growing purchasing power of women and you get The Women’s Story, a cycling and outdoor media event, with a splash of fashion. I headed out to New Jersey to see what was new in the world of women’s outdoors gear.

Throughout the day attendees from multiple media backgrounds had the opportunity to experience and learn about different outdoor activities: yoga, hiking, biking, stand-up paddleboarding and fly fishing to name a few.

Read the full story


Join Cyclofemme in the celebration of women in cycling on May 11

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Riding with the kids at our 2013 CycloFemme ride.

No matter what type of bike you ride, or how often or far you ride, CycloFemme is a day for all women cyclists. It is also a day for anyone who supports women on bikes to join the rides as well. The goal is to create a unified voice for women’s cycling by building a tribe of riders who recognize the need to empower one another and build a supportive community.

Learn more about Cyclofemme here.


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