Wanted: BSB freelance reporters

We’re on the lookout for the next top British Superbike (freelance) Reporters. Do you have what it takes?


Do you live near Thruxton, Brands Hatch, Silverstone, Cadwell, Oulton… or even Assen?! Can you string a competent and cohesive sentence together? Are you deeply passionate about BSB? Do you know everything there is to know? If your specialist subject on Mastermind was BSB, would you win? Do you know Leon Haslam’s blood type and Shakey’s inside leg measurement?


If you can answer yes to all the above then we need to hear from you. As you know BikeSocial is the Official Digital Media Partner of BSB while our parents, Bennetts, are the Official Title Sponsor. This means we can offer you access to all areas, yep thorough behind the scenes stuff. On the grid, along pit lane, in garages and even in the media centre. Oh yes, you’d be that privileged.


We’re looking for a network of freelance reporters who can provide interesting, accurate and outstanding content to be used on BikeSocial where you’ll see your name in lights. Well, next to the headline with a little photo anyway. Your content will be shared across our social media channels and you’ll even get your travel and expenses paid plus some extra beer money on top. What’s not to love? If you’re a dab hand with your mobile camera or even if you have a DSLR and the relative skills then even better.


So, if you live near any of the circuits used for the British Superbike series whether that’s for the remainder of this season or looking ahead to 2019, or even if you don’t mind a bit of travel then we’d love to hear from you.


Send us an email along with a 300-word round-up of the first half of the 2018 Bennetts British Superbike season to enquiries@bikesocial.co.uk

Photo Credit – Tim Keeton (Impact Images)


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