Robert Annis
Robert Annis

Profile Details

Contact Info

Contact Name:
Robert Annis
City:
Indianapolis

About

Website:
https://robertannis.contently.com/
Membership Level:
Media
About Me:
After spending nearly a decade as a reporter for The Indianapolis Star, Robert Annis finally broke free of the shackles of gainful employment and now freelances full time, specializing in cycling and outdoor-travel journalism.

Over the years, Robert's byline has appeared in numerous publications and websites, including Outside, National Geographic Traveler, Bicycling, Men's Journal, Popular Mechanics, Paste, Bike, Midwest Living, Dirt Rag and VeloNews. When he's not hunched over a keyboard, you’ll likely find him either pedaling the backroads and trails of the Midwest on his bicycle or hopping around the globe with his beautiful wife, Dee.

Robert is a member of the Outdoor Writers Association of America, North American Travel Journalists Association, Midwest Travel Writers Association, and the Adventure Travel Trade Association, but please don’t hold that against those wonderful organizations.

You can find examples of Robert's work on https://robertannis.contently.com/ or read his 140-character random nonsense at www.twitter.com/robertannis.
Specialties:
cycling, outdoor-travel, general travel
Outlets:
Outside, National Geographic Traveler, Bicycling, Men's Journal, Popular Mechanics, Paste, Indianapolis Monthly, Bike, Midwest Living, Dirt Rag and VeloNews

My Recent Work

Article 1 - Title:
Skiing in Japan: Powder Paradise in the Land of the Rising Sun
Article 1 - Publication Name:
Paste Travel
Article 1 - Link:
http://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2016/12/skiing-in-hokkaido-japan-best-powder-snow.html?a=1
Article 2 - Title:
Finding Gnar at 75 Feet Above Sea Level
Article 2 - Publication Name:
MTB Project
Article 2 - Link:
http://www.mtbproject.com/blog/8216/finding-gnar-75-feet-sea-level
Article 3 - Title:
Finding Beauty and Strength on Michigan's Iron Belle Trail
Article 3 - Publication Name:
Rails to Trails Magazine
Article 3 - Link:
http://magazine.railstotrails.org/resources/magflipbooks/2017_winter/index.html#10