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WD-40 acquires GT85 Limited

WD-40 acquires GT85 Limited

Lubrication and maintenance giant WD-40 has acquired UK-based GT85 for an undisclosed sum.

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Giro and Bell to benefit from MIPS investment

Giro and Bell to benefit from MIPS investment

BRG Sports, owner of Bell, Giro and Blackburn, has invested in Swedish protective gear innovators MIPS.

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87% claim to be ''in better mood'' since they started cycling to work

87% claim to be ''in better mood'' since they started cycling to work

It has long said that cyclists tend to arrive at work in a better mood than those who have crawled their way through traffic or packed into a tight tube ...

Mark Sutton
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Dom Mason leaves Upgrade, creates Mason Progressive Cycles

Dom Mason leaves Upgrade, creates Mason Progressive Cycles

Dom Mason has left Upgrade to work on his own brand of bicycle, Mason. He spent time at Eurobike last week telling industry folks about his plans. 

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CSG 2015: product highlights

CSG 2015: product highlights

Charge

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Newspaper journos ride Tour of Britain stage with Dean Downing

Newspaper journos ride Tour of Britain stage with Dean Downing

The Tour of Britain starts in Liverpool on 7th September. Stage three takes in the scenic beauties – and stiff climbs – of the Brecon Beacons in mid-Wales. Journalists from ...

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BikeBiz September now readable online

BikeBiz September now readable online

BikeBiz's September print is now readable online or downloadable as a pdf here.

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Bikesoup: 'IBDs can combine and compete online'

Bikesoup: 'IBDs can combine and compete online'

For those unaware of Bikesoup, can you give us an explanation of what the site offers?
Bikesoup is a cycling specific marketplace which caters for both the independent dealer network ...

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Children spending 50% longer in the car

Children spending 50% longer in the car

Even if you don't have a business that relies on new customers getting on bicycles, statistics showing that fewer children are walking and cycling to school than ever before should ...

Jonathon Harker
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SealSkinz: ''We're no longer just a winter brand''

SealSkinz: ''We're no longer just a winter brand''

Having recently undergone a massive rebrand, SealSkinz has told BikeBiz that it aims to be seen as "more than just a winter brand", promising a greater presence throughout the spring/summer ...

Mark Sutton
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Split Second adds Cruzee balance bikes

Split Second adds Cruzee balance bikes

Split Second Imports has now taken delivery of Cruzee balance bikes having signed an exclusive arrangement to distribute the label in the UK.

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In the Saddle: Merida's Martin Pounder

In the Saddle: Merida's Martin Pounder

Having recently joined Merida as a sales agent for the south west, we catch up with Martin Pounder:

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New products: Hiplok, EnudraCool, KED and Fly

New products: Hiplok, EnudraCool, KED and Fly

Mission Enduracool
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Recon interview: 50,000 units shipped, Apple and Oakley partnered

Recon interview: 50,000 units shipped, Apple and Oakley partnered

Recon Instrument’s futuristic ‘direct to eye’ ride technology raises the wearable tech sector to new heights in the bike world. BikeBiz speaks with Recon Instruments CEO Dan Eisenhardt…

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New York built bike frames coming to UK

New York built bike frames coming to UK

No. 22 Bicycle Company has brought production of its bikes in-house with the setting up of a new framebuilding operation in upstate New York.

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Gallery: Eurobike snaps

Gallery: Eurobike snaps

It's over for another year. The cycling industry's largest trade show, Eurobike, is a mammoth, drawing an estimated 45,000 trade visitors, as well as another 20,000 or so consumers over ...

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DMR's Eurobike stand was wall-to-wall Jo Burt

DMR's Eurobike stand was wall-to-wall Jo Burt

How do Eurobike stands stand out from the crowd? Some go glitzy, DMR went mono. The British bike brand commissioned MTB illustrator Jo Burt to provide a black and white ...

Carlton Reid
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Eurobike's bed battle eases a little with building of chain hotels

Eurobike's bed battle eases a little with building of chain hotels

Finding beds at the world's biggest bike show will be slightly easier next year – Holiday Inn Express is to open a 120-bed hotel a brisk five-minute walk from the ...

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Transforming bike offers new ride angles

Transforming bike offers new ride angles

“Only crazy people will buy this bike,” admitted Che Jing at Eurobike. He's the CEO of IDSG Engineering of Singapore, and co-designer of the MC2 “Multi-Configuration Cycle.”

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Cycle luggage that's tweedy enough for the queen

Cycle luggage that's tweedy enough for the queen

Carradice of England produces traditional cycle luggage and exports it to 30 countries around the world. The company’s latest products, launched at Eurobike, include canvas-and-leather bags finished off with genuine ...

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