Beyond the month’s news and recap on the vast amount of freshly signed distribution deals, the magazine kicks off with an analysis of how cycling and the railways are gradually coming together to forge better transport links.
Flick to page 11 for more on that.
The London Cycling Campaign are our guest columnists for the month, found on page 12. Outlining its goals for 2014, the organisation is calling on the trade to help boost cycling levels, both with efforts of their own and by backing the LCC 2014 election campaign, its largest ever.
From page 15 through 20 you’ll find a round up of the BikeBiz Awards winners, as well as our panel of judges revealed.
On pages 22/23 we round up all the latest gear from Zyro’s recent launches, including more on Giro’s advances in the clothing market.
Overleaf Corebike’s organiser takes a trip down memory lane as the show nears its tenth anniversary. Sign up for the January 26th to 29th trade show is now live at corebike.co.uk.
Mystery Shopper returns to the capital, this time cruising by north London’s independent stores. Read more on which shops impressed on pages 26 and 27.
Our full Cycle Show round up begins on page 29, checking in with the likes of bianchi, Specialized, Bikeboss, Enigma, Seventies, Upgrade, Velotech Services and many more.
Market leader GoPro talks exclusively to BikeBiz about its involvement in the cycling business on 36.
Flick the page an we’ve an interview with Interbike’s director Pat Hus, following on from our extensive coverage of America’s largest trade show last month.
The London Bike Show announces a few new ‘key partnerships’ on page 41.
From here on in you’ll find all of our regular features on electric bikes, the outdoor trade, recruitment news, a dealer profile with Mickey Cranks of Oxfordshire, a guide to stocking filler goods and much more.