BikeBiz November 2014 28/10/2014
BikeBiz's November print magazine is now available to download and read online here.
Within this edition we have recaps of the Cycle Show and Interbike, as well as reports from both the BikeBiz Awards and the Cycling Media Awards.
There's a selection of opinion pieces from the likes of John Woosey, MD of Cycleplan, as well as Lizzy Moxie of hydration firm Nuun. Flick to pages 13 and 14 for those.
Practical security designers Hiplok are profiled on page 21. Co-founders John Abrahams and Ben Smith discuss designing convenience into a notoriously difficult to transport product.
An update on Go-Ride follows on page 22. With British cycling having opened a new Cycling Hub in Manchester, the organisation is further looking to make cycling available to all ages and abilities.
From page 30 through 33 we've an update on both Zyro's progress as a business and a product round up from the Cycle Vision events. The firm's founder Simon Ellison now says that the distributor has the capacity to treble in size if the business continues its ascendancy.
Currently in the spotlight thanks to a strong reception of its 2015 catalogue, Proviz give us the inside track on page 43.
There's plenty more too, including updates on the Outdoors Show, our regular electric bike market round up, as well as further looks at fresh goods on the market and interviews with Clarks Cycle Systems, among others.
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