The September edition of BikeBiz is now available online. This issue looks ahead to the Cycle Show, catches up with i-ride and Raleigh UK, and discusses the impact e-scooters could have on the cycling industry and micro-mobility.
How IBDs can take their payment options up a gear
By Michael Bevan, CEO at consumer finance specialist Duologi.
Counterfeit crash testing
SnapDragon is an online ‘brand guardian’ helping businesses fight counterfeit products. Founder and CEO Rachel Jones looks at safeguarding your brand.
The Cycle Show turns 18
30,000 visitors are expected to attend the 18th staging of The Cycle Show to enjoy the latest bikes and products from over 500 cycling and sports brands.
BikeBiz picks out five debutant products on display at this year’s Cycle Show.
Setting a new benchmark
Rebecca Morley visits i-ride in Sussex to find out about its elite dealer programme and what it is doing to help its key customers build a strong business in a modern world.
30 years of Saris
BikeBiz catches up with Lee Kidger, parts and accessories business manager, Raleigh UK, who showcases Saris’ hand-made products, sustainable sources and unique design.
Scoot or boot: Could the cycle industry make room for e-scooters?
In spite of the legal minefield they represent, e-scooters have evolved into one of the key industry talking points of 2019. Four industry stalwarts give their take on e-scooters’ impact on the cycling industry and the micro-mobility market as a whole.
Building on heritage
Neon Velo director Simon Farrell talks fashion, brand ambassadors and consistent style.
Five minutes with: Hornit
BikeBiz catches up with Hornit – a brand launched in 2012 to create pioneering accessories that make cycling safer, more accessible and fun.
Diversity makes us stronger
WyndyMilla co-founder Nasima Siddiqui talks cycle clubs, inclusion and shaking up the market.
Establishing a digital market
Modesto.works is an agency that supports individuals and businesses with their digital strategies. Deryck Jones tells Rebecca Morley why having a digital presence is important to IBDs.