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Gamut USA acquires Point One Racing

Gamut USA acquires Point One Racing

Point One lead designer and founder will stay on as engineer for Gamut
Mark Sutton
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Cycling Media Awards 2014: The writer and specialist press winners

Cycling Media Awards 2014: The writer and specialist press winners

Last week's awards brought together cycle writers from newspapers, style press, specialist writers and more
Jonathon Harker
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Canary Wharf Group outlines objection to CS2 upgrade

Canary Wharf Group outlines objection to CS2 upgrade

Group puts out official statement on its objection of East to West route proposal
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Asia Bike 2014: in numbers

Asia Bike 2014: in numbers

82% of exhibitors at China show come from overseas, while participation grows
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WFSGI appoints officials to saddles committee

WFSGI appoints officials to saddles committee

Experts from ISM and Selle Italia appointed to UCI-reporting WFSGI committee.
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Parliamentary cycling and motoring groups to stage first joint event

Parliamentary cycling and motoring groups to stage first joint event

All-Party groups for cycling and motoring are to jointly host a history talk in parliament given by the BikeBiz executive editor
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Charges made after bike shop raid

Charges made after bike shop raid

Duo heading to court following August shop theft
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MP's idea to restrict cycling on public roads is spoofed

MP's idea to restrict cycling on public roads is spoofed

Spoof newspaper article highlights hypocrisy of seeking to curtail cycling on public roads but not motoring.
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Majority of Londoners back Cycle Superhighways, finds YouGov poll

Majority of Londoners back Cycle Superhighways, finds YouGov poll

While some interests are working against the project, poll finds the majority are in favour of more space for cycling in the capital
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Cycling Media Awards 2014: The night in pictures

Cycling Media Awards 2014: The night in pictures

Photos of the winners and the after show party are now online
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Sheffield claims 'UK's outdoor capital city' title

Sheffield claims 'UK's outdoor capital city' title

The city says it is primed to take share of £1.4bn outdoor recreational market, and is hosting next year's European Outdoor Summit to prove it
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220 Triathlon show details announced

220 Triathlon show details announced

The dates for your diary are February 27th to March 1st
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Cycling Media Awards 2014: The winners

Cycling Media Awards 2014: The winners

Writers, broadcasters, podcasters, campaigners and more came to the very first CMAs...But who won?
Jonathon Harker
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Raleigh adds Koga to brand portfolio

Raleigh adds Koga to brand portfolio

Raleigh becomes UK and Ireland vendor for full line
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The Cycling Media Awards are tonight: Here's what you need to know

The Cycling Media Awards are tonight: Here's what you need to know

All the details of the media celebrating shindig at Bloomsbury Ballroom #cyclingmediaawards
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Tenn Outdoors lend their support to the CMAs

Tenn Outdoors lend their support to the CMAs

Tonight's Cycling Media Awards get the backing of the apparel specialist
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Government brings ''national'' back into planning for cycling

Government brings ''national'' back into planning for cycling

Ahead of today's parliamentary debate on cycling DfT releases a consultation version of its Cycling and Walking Delivery Plan.
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Automobile Association president talks cycling to engineering students

Automobile Association president talks cycling to engineering students

Students at Newcastle University have today had a lecture on cycling from Edmund King, president of the AA.
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Austrian National Tourist Office to back Cycling Media Awards

Austrian National Tourist Office to back Cycling Media Awards

Tourist board, promoting cycling in the territory, gets behind the CMAs
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Zyro Cycle Vision Show: Online gallery

Zyro Cycle Vision Show: Online gallery

Bell, Altura, ABUS, Tortec and more in our Facebook gallery
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