Following the announcement that Manchester is to benefit from an indoor mountain biking facility, we asked Dirt Factory founder Danny Makin to discuss the plans in greater detail. Flick to page 8 for more on his progress and lend your support here.
Our round up of i-ride’s 2015 goods, including launches from Strip, BikeFit, 3T, Fulcrum and many more can be found on page 11, with an image gallery now live here.
Over on page 15 we’ve an analysis of how the Tour’s Grand Depart was taken advantage of by businesses lining the route.
Overleaf is Ison Distribution’s story of how they made the most of the Tour passing through Cambridge with a Light Blue bike launch.
The Bike Hub sponsored Go-Ride program is helping British Cycling empower young people, with 12 youthful faces now sat on the organisation’s National Youth Forum. Find out more about the programme on page 19.
Want to be on our industry judging panel for the BikeBiz Awards? Read up on how to contribute over on page 23, or simply email us on email@example.com for a list of the finalists.
Missed out on the Sportline 2015 preview? We have you covered on page 27.
Looking to spruce up your workshop? Moore Large talk us through how Super B intends to snatch up some workshop market share over on page 33.
Altura impressed many with its luggage launches earlier this year, so we caught up with designer and brand manager David Wallace to find out how the line is progressing on page 34.
Turn the page and you’ll find our round up of the LOOK 2015 launch. Once you’ve read up on the bikes, check out our gallery of the product here.
For those dabbling in custom made bikes and bike fitting, we managed to pin down the experts at The Bicycle Academy this month. Check out the interview on page 38.
There is of course plenty more, including profiles with Bike Rental Manager, Brighton’s Velo Cafe, Trek’s 2015 preview, our round up of the electric bike industry’s news and new products landing this month, among other features.
Have a flick through here.