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Trade tickets now available for Scottish and Welsh Bike Shows

Trade tickets now available for Scottish and Welsh Bike Shows

Both shows take place from April 5th to 6th and welcome trade with free of charge passes
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Madison to carry Outdoor Tech label

Madison to carry Outdoor Tech label

See the goods first hand come Icebike, running February 25th to 27th
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Spin London

Spin London

Mar 28th 2014 - Mar 30th 2014 in The Old Truman Brewery, London
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Shimano to release a waterproof bikecam

Shimano to release a waterproof bikecam

CM-1000 Sport Camera hi-def camera integrates with Shimano electronics, including performance data.
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Bicycle manufacturing on rise in Punjab state, India

Bicycle manufacturing on rise in Punjab state, India

Mid range to premium bike sales are growing, while lower value cycles are in decline, according to reports
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Dawes Cycles unveils heritage logo

Dawes Cycles unveils heritage logo

Brand replaces swirly logo with a badge that has a nod to the '50s
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Raleigh owner sells 130 year old Hercules brand

Raleigh owner sells 130 year old Hercules brand

ZEG purchases brand from Accell
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UCI top brass now favour 'innovation & technology'

UCI top brass now favour 'innovation & technology'

UCI revamps its Equipment Commission: can ratification of road discs be far behind? And abolition of the 6.8kg weight limit?
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iceBike* 2014: Pearl Izumi, Elite, M Part and Gamut

iceBike* 2014: Pearl Izumi, Elite, M Part and Gamut

Don't want to wait for the end of the month to see the latest from Madison? Here's an early hint of what to expect at iceBike*
Jonathon Harker
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Why did the ASA decide to tell the nation how they should ride bikes?

Why did the ASA decide to tell the nation how they should ride bikes?

COMMENT: It's been a lively news week, and not just because of the Advertising Standard Authority's foot-in-mouth moment
Jonathon Harker
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CoreBike 2014 gallery and distribution news

CoreBike 2014 gallery and distribution news

Missed the show? BikeBiz rounds up some of the new gear now available to retail
Mark Sutton
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CTC Play on Wheels scoops biggest ever Postcode Lottery grant

CTC Play on Wheels scoops biggest ever Postcode Lottery grant

Cheque for £230,000 handed to Play Scotland, Glasgow Bike Shed and Cycling Scotland
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Raleigh signs deal to bring OTE Sports to the cycle market

Raleigh signs deal to bring OTE Sports to the cycle market

'There is a new era on the way for sports nutrition and with Raleigh's help OTE will be at the forefront'
Jonathon Harker
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Zyro follows up Cycle Vision show with new Orange Pages

Zyro follows up Cycle Vision show with new Orange Pages

Retailers can order a copy from the distributor now
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2013 a record breaking year for cycle to work schemes

2013 a record breaking year for cycle to work schemes

2013 figures eclipse 2010 record with 164,317 employees taking advantage
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London to ban 'unsafe' HGVs

London to ban 'unsafe' HGVs

TfL & London Councils harden stance on HGVs. Those not fitted with pedestrian & cyclist safety features will be banned.
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I-ride adds Green Oil and Red Ant

I-ride adds Green Oil and Red Ant

And there's more surprises on the way from the distributor in the next few months...
Mark Sutton
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ASA withdraws 'cyclists must ride in the gutter' ruling

ASA withdraws 'cyclists must ride in the gutter' ruling

Advertising Standards Authority has withdrawn yesterday's controversial and factually incorrect ruling against Cycling Scotland
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Business boost for the Borders expected thanks to new Scottish C2C

Business boost for the Borders expected thanks to new Scottish C2C

Designers of the Scottish C2C reckon it will boost businesses - including bike shops - close to route.
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Danish brand to release Dutch bikes for kids

Danish brand to release Dutch bikes for kids

Velorbis is to start supplying scaled-down versions of its adult machines
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