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BikeBiz November is now available

The November edition of BikeBiz is now available online. Our penultimate issue of 2019 highlights some of the work companies are doing to reduce their carbon footprint, and catches up to Factor, Wahoo and KinesisUK.

It’s the infrastructure, stupid
By Ott Ilves, head of sales and marketing for Dutch e-bike shop Ampler.

Building the future of UK cycling exhibitions
By Bruce Sandell, founder and managing director of Rouleur Classic.

Women in trade
Our series continues with two more perspectives from women in the cycle industry…

Building a Wow Factor
Factor Bikes recently appointed founder John Bailey as UK managing director as it looks to expand throughout the brand’s homeland. Rebecca Morley catches up with the man himself to find out more.

How can we cycle towards a greener future?
Cycling in itself is a very green option, but the industry still causes plenty of carbon footprint, be it from events, packaging or factory running. BikeBiz reached out to the industry to investigate what more we can be doing to protect our planet.

From tech to trek: Wahoo Fitness on its cycling transformation
After two acquisitions in quick succession, Wahoo’s tenth year has proven to be far more than just an anniversary. Rebecca Morley catches up with CEO Mike Saturnia as he talks evolution, turning points and company culture.

Five minutes: KinesisUK
BikeBiz catches up with KinesisUK following the launch of its first e-bike at the Cycle Show this year.

Merging shop and brand: The secret to long-term success?
Pearson Cycles will celebrate an incredible 160th anniversary next year. Rebecca Morley caught up with co-owner and director William Pearson to find out more about the world’s oldest bike shop.

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