With an extensive look at Eurobike (page 27), Saddleback (page 23) and Paligap’s (page 24) house shows this issue is largely about the product that will be making waves in 2014.
Dickon Hepworth, MD at Jungle Products kicks off the content on page 12 with an analysis of the high-end bike market’s fortunes when compared to on a budget sales.
The Cycle Show is previewed on page 15 onwards, with product previews from Hardnutz, Continental, Windwave, Raleigh, i-ride and many more.
The Eurobike guide spans eight pages, each packed to the brim with new gear from the likes of Giant, VP, Kona, Nukeproof, Thule, Ridley, Fi’zi:k, Schwalbe, Knog, Yeti, FSA, BBB and much more.
Camelbak are profiled on page 41. Ever heard the story about how the hydration backpack came to be? It’s all here.
American Classic follow on page 42. Moore Large now carries this increasingly popular wheel brand.
The London Bike Show, though a little way down the road, is previewed on 45. The organisers answer our questions on the Telegraph Media takeover, the addition of the Triathlon Plus show and more.
From there on in you’ll find our regular articles on the electric bike market, the outdoors trade, a dealer profile with Caterham’s Premier, market guides to road cycling and trailerbikes and much more.