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Comment: Where's my Easter egg hunt invite?

Comment: Where's my Easter egg hunt invite?

Every now and then I’ll stumble across a retailer who really has to be credited with having thought way outside of the box.

Mark Sutton
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Bickerton: 'We no longer shape tubing between two truck tyre levers'

Bickerton: 'We no longer shape tubing between two truck tyre levers'

Words by Mark Bickerton, Owner of Bickerton Portables

Mark Sutton
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Guest comment: should motorists spreading hate online get ASBOS too?

Guest comment: should motorists spreading hate online get ASBOS too?

Words by Alan Ramsey of Road Peace

Mark Sutton
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Comment: Running the risk of rejecting the rulebook

Comment: Running the risk of rejecting the rulebook

Words by Cyclefit's Phil Cavell

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HARKING ON: Dear Government, pay us to cycle and save money.

HARKING ON: Dear Government, pay us to cycle and save money.

This week we saw a reputable bit of research reveal that physical inactivity is killing almost twice as many people as obesity

Jonathon Harker
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Comment: ''shrink it and pink it is patronising and bad business''

Comment: ''shrink it and pink it is patronising and bad business''

Words by Vulpine founder Nick Hussey

Mark Sutton
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OPINION: Who will represent cyclists at the election? Or the car-free?

OPINION: Who will represent cyclists at the election? Or the car-free?

It won't have escaped your attention that Westminster is already in full-on campaign mode for May's General Election.

Jonathon Harker
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Comment: What's in a name?

Comment: What's in a name?

Ever observed a customer sporting a vacant stare as they try to understand packaging? Us too and without intervention that’s a sale lost, argues @marksuttonbike...

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COMMENT: Click & Collect growth is good news for bike shops

COMMENT: Click & Collect growth is good news for bike shops

For the first time John Lewis has seen the majority of its online orders collected in store.

Jonathon Harker
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Comment: Nurturing a new cycling event to health

Comment: Nurturing a new cycling event to health

Words By Simon Bradley. Images courtesy of Chris Davies.

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