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Torq responds to 'sugar sports drink' article

Torq responds to 'sugar sports drink' article

Last week we ran an opinion piece by Nuun's Lizzy Moxey, titled "is calling sugar packed product a 'sports drink' okay?"

Jonathon Harker
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Comment: Can being a pioneer really go wrong?

Comment: Can being a pioneer really go wrong?

There’s something to be said for being the ‘first’ to market with a product or an idea. By taking a pioneering step and perhaps a big risk in doing so, ...

Mark Sutton
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Comment: Will the bike of the future belong with independents?

Comment: Will the bike of the future belong with independents?

On the eve of the Cycle Show, with Eurobike and Interbike having recently concluded, this past month has offered very little in the way of time to think, or check ...

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Less than a month until Cycle to Work Day

Less than a month until Cycle to Work Day

Cyclescheme director Daniel Gillborn writes for BikeBiz...

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COMMENT: 'Should the UK bike market be worried about decline?'

COMMENT: 'Should the UK bike market be worried about decline?'

Our executive editor Carlton Reid posed the question: "We're selling lots of expensive bikes to the same few people. Should we be worried?"

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Summer of cycling: The Giro, Le Tour and the Commonwealth Games

Summer of cycling: The Giro, Le Tour and the Commonwealth Games

Not only has this summer been hot and sunny, but it's also been packed with home-set cycle events that promise to put the sport firmly into the public gaze once ...

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Comment: Giro D'Italia a 'launch pad' for UK business

Comment: Giro D'Italia a 'launch pad' for UK business

As furious thighs stormed through Northern Ireland to a 5,000-strong audience, a celebration of Italian cycling history made its impact on the UK. From Belfast’s streets to the Lord Mayor’s ...

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Has the bike industry a promotion problem?

Has the bike industry a promotion problem?

Many of you will have read our executive editor Carlton Reid’s piece last month on the likelihood that one day the current bubble carrying the bike trade – high-end road ...

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Yorkshire goes cycle mad for Grand Depart

Yorkshire goes cycle mad for Grand Depart

Yorkshire has thrown everything but the kitchen sink at the Grand Depart.

BikeBiz saw first hand how Leeds city centre has given itself over to the race in a big ...

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COMMENT: A cycle media market without Future? Unthinkable.

COMMENT: A cycle media market without Future? Unthinkable.

Before we go any further, our thoughts go out to the 170-plus affected by job cuts at Future. We don't know who that affects or even if it affects the ...

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Comment: Taking on the local cinema?

Comment: Taking on the local cinema?

Recently BikeBiz.com carried an article detailing 20 UK stores that had been flagged up by those out in the wild as offering their customers a cut above in terms of ...

Mark Sutton
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Comment: ''Does social media level the playing field?''

Comment: ''Does social media level the playing field?''

Well it seems that Bob Dylan was right The Times They Are a-Changin’ and five decades on the sheer pace of evolution, development and technology is, at times, staggering beyond ...

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Comment: Will anyone arrive #mtbmeetup

Comment: Will anyone arrive #mtbmeetup

Words by Simon Bradley, Pics couresy of Chris Davies

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Comment: knowledge is power

Comment: knowledge is power

Last month, post London show, I sat wondering about the perceived value of products and services. Sure, we all like to think we’ve bagged a ‘deal’, that’s natural, but could ...

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Could London follow Paris and ban cars?

Could London follow Paris and ban cars?

Paris authorities are turning to temporary car bans to curtail dangerously high pollution levels in the French capital.

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Comment: trading in a not so iDeal world

Comment: trading in a not so iDeal world

We’re now nearly two months into a pretty non-descript 2014, where only the extremely brave will have dared venture outdoors. Weather has never been the unique selling point of the ...

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COMMENT: Retailers should beware 'showrooming'

COMMENT: Retailers should beware 'showrooming'

The plight of smaller retailers losing business to online rivals isn't just confined to the bicycle trade, as this comment sent in to our sister site PCR shows...

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COMMENT: Green shoots for MTB and BMX

COMMENT: Green shoots for MTB and BMX

Road cycling, road cycling, road cycling. It’s all you seem to hear about these days. The likes of Wiggins, Froome, Cav and Armitstead have no doubt played a role to ...

Jonathon Harker
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Cycle enthusiasts vs fair weather riders

Cycle enthusiasts vs fair weather riders

As noted on BikeBiz’s trade only forum (ask us for a log-in if you haven’t got one), bikes had a lot to compete with last Christmas. While Froome’s Le Tour ...

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Comment: Diversify beyond bike retail

Comment: Diversify beyond bike retail

Another year has gone by all too quickly and here we are, facing 2014 no more certain about the what the year ahead will bring, but hopefully a little wiser ...

Mark Sutton
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