We are now looking to expand and reinforce our dedicated translation-team, to offer even more great bike content in the future! If you are a translator (GER->ENG) and you love what we do, you should read on.

Who we are

41 Publishing & Marketing is the publisher of ENDURO Mountainbike Magazine, GRAN FONDO Cycling Magazine and E-MOUNTAINBIKE Magazine, which are digitally released for smartphones and tablets. We are also the organisers of the renowned yearly Design & Innovation Award, and we are a publisher and agency. Our mission is to inspire, entertain and inform our readers with helpful product tests and authentic stories, trying to set new standards in the digital publishing niche. In order to achieve this, our international team works at the highest quality standards and with a huge amount of passion, helping us to constantly develop and improve our products.

Your Mission

Test reports, essays, news and travel reportages – our ever growing editorial team works around the clock to produce the most diverse text-formats, which not only share the overriding theme (Mountainbike / E-Mountainbike / Road) but also the highest writing standards. We are looking for translators who understand our contents, style and philosophy and translate these into correct and clear English (international readers!) creating English content which is pleasant and fun to read, on both our tablet magazines and websites.

Your Profile

You speak great German but even better English? Always mouthing off about tech talk on the trails and well versed in bottom brackets and bike-specific jargon? In the ideal case you’re used to sitting on a saddle for hours – but not the horse kind, mind you. With work involving everything from articles on new technology right through to lifestyle stories, your translations should be captivating and entertaining for the pages of the magazine and our website. Naturally, copywriting and proofreading skills are a given.

If your interest has been piqued by our job descriptions then please send a short and snappy resume to cbayer(at)enduro-mtb.com

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Words & Photos: Aaron Steinke

About the author

Aaron Steinke

Aaron was our first employee and actively helped make our company what it is today, significantly shaping the look and direction of our various magazines. Aaron has been pursuing his own projects since mid-2020 but he continues to advise and support us on issues of marketing and technology. For many years, you would usually have found Aaron at casual enduro races, but increasingly you'll find him riding his road bike – long live freedom on two wheels!