Reciprocators affiliate partner program.

Products like RRP's Proguard and Bearing press and extractor are "best in class" compared to alternatives.

Just look at the world of mountain bike fenders for example, every reviewer, media article, bike store and customer who has got their hands on an RRP 
Proguard decided the Proguard is the best MTB fender when compared to other hugging style fenders. 
 
RRP prove to make great mountain bike products
To help continue to grow RRP in North America through the MTB communities, we have launched an affiliate partner program that is simple and works.
The purpose of the program is two fold:
1) Reward and compensate those who recommend and refer their friends and network to purchasing products from reciprocators.ca. There are lots of blogs, groups, industry leaders who believe in the RRP products and they should earn a commission when someone purchases a product.
2) Provide a platform to host our community reciprocation programs such as Trail Maintenance Donations which was established for Mountain Bike Associations to be able to receive a donation every time someone buys an RRP Proguard.
Promote and get paid
 
How does the Reciprocators affiliate program work?
1) Sign up to be either a Reciprocators Affiliate Partner or to Register an association to receive Trail Maintenance Donations.
2) Get a unique Reciprocators store link to share with your community, friends, members and followers for them to purchase items from Reciprocators.ca
3) You receive a commission from every order whereby the purchaser followed your link to Reciprocators.ca within 30 days
 
How and when do you get paid?
As an affiliate partner you have an easy to use dashboard to track referral commissions and can receive email notifications every time you earn a commission. Reciprocators paid affiliate partners directly via PayPal every couple of weeks.

Learn more and become a Reciprocators affiliate partner here

Are you a Mountain Bike Association and would like to receive Trail Maintenance Donations from Reciprocators? Learn more here.