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Labour and Tories squabble over who will spend least on cycling

Labour and Tories squabble over who will spend least on cycling

Labour and the Conservative party are committed to spending billions on new roads for motorists but cyclists can go whistle, if yesterday’s election exchanges are anything to go by. The ...

Carlton Reid
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Garmin goes for the wrist

Garmin goes for the wrist

Garmin has released info on three new wearables. The FÄ“nix is a GPS sport watch; the Epix has detailed mapping; and the Vívoactive is a GPS smartwatch with built-in ...

Carlton Reid
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Dorel rebrands recreation division, adds staff

Dorel rebrands recreation division, adds staff

In a New Year mini-rebrand Dorel Recreational/Leisure becomes Dorel Sports. There are also a number of new hires at the company which owns the Cycling Sports Group, and some promotions. ...

Carlton Reid
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Ison brings Gloworm to the UK

Ison brings Gloworm to the UK

Ison has taken on distribution duties for LED cycling light brand Gloworm after approaching the brand to fill a gap in the market and their own product offerings.

Jonathon Harker
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Cycle Republic boss outlines vision for 2015

Cycle Republic boss outlines vision for 2015

Following a five-year hiatus, Halfords has relaunched the Cycle Republic chain with the first of “as many as 100 nationwide” opening in Euston.

Mark Sutton
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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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Couple launch ''MTB weekenders for Londoners''

Couple launch ''MTB weekenders for Londoners''

London based Muddy Cwtch, a new mountain bike holiday firm specialising in weekend breaks in Shropshire, has today gone live.

Mark Sutton
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When will politicians wise up to gridlock?

When will politicians wise up to gridlock?

In November last year the Department for Transport invited the great and good of cycling to Bristol to hear the deputy prime minister announce the coalition government would be giving ...

Carlton Reid
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BikeBiz January magazine now online

BikeBiz January magazine now online

BikeBiz's first issue of 2015 is now available to download and read as a pdf or read online here.

Mark Sutton
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Strava launches annual achievement trophies

Strava launches annual achievement trophies

Strava has launched new Annual Achievements trophies for segment leaderboards and personal records.

Mark Sutton
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