Would you like to help support Peaks & Puddles as it grows?
From paying for the web hosting to working on the design, collecting photos and writing the text, this is all my own endeavour and it’s taken so much time to put together!
At the same time, I want to keep display advertising to an absolute minimum — no pop-ups, no interstitials, nothing annoying that covers the page — but for that I need your help.
Buy me a coffee
Not literally a coffee, although I do get through a lot cycling around to gather and write-up routes! With just a couple of clicks, you can drop a few virtual coins at Ko-fi — just the cost of a coffee, or two.
The minimal advertising across the website is unlikely to come close to covering costs, so it’d be amazing to be able to at least recoup some of the years’ web hosting (£100+) just through these little tips.
Thank you so much for your generous support so far!
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Please consider chipping in the price of a coffee to help pay the bills and support my work, ensuring this resource remains here and free to access for everyone. It only takes a minute.Buy me a coffee
Shop and support
One of the best ways to support won’t cost you a penny — just click through any of the links below the next time you buy some gear, a guidebook or even a new bike (yes please!) and Peaks & Puddles will get rewarded a small sum in return. Why not bookmark this page so you can hop back any time to help?
Bikes, cycling gear & accessories
Books & maps
Insurance & more
Buy route guides
The Peaks & Puddles Shop is now home to all the GPX files for each route. Just by dropping a 50p donation for each one, you’re helping to keep the totally free, thorough route guides online for everyone to access. As well as costing money to host, these take a huge amount of time to put together and keep up-to-date.
Subscribe and share
Another great way to help is to simply share Peaks & Puddles with your friends and fellow cycling fans. Likes, retweets and shares all really help to increase viewers. The more people who discover the website, the easier it will be for it to sustain its costs.
You’ll only receive a single email every time there’s a new blog post (about once a week at most, if that), your email won’t be used for anything else and you can unsubscribe at any time. You won’t receive a notification for new Cycle Routes, so you’ll need to follow on Facebook or Twitter for those.