In the news you’ll find a further look at HMRC’s new C2W guidelines, news of a Cycle Show ticket sales jump, Moda’s (Eurobike’s) new roadshow dates and a new web store module from Evopos.
Mintel estimates the value of the UK bicycle market on page 13.
Sean Lally delivers and update on his Cycle Systems business on page 17 and discusses its role in the London Cycle Hire.
Freego tell us their story on page 21, discussing why quality electric bikes are the way forward.
Cycling Sports Group’s debut house show gets a once over on page 23, bringing news of two new brands.
Mystery Shopper visits historic town Bury St.Edmunds over on page 27, finding Halfords to be among the best of the bunch.
The BikeBiz Awards finalists are reveled and rasons given for each nomination spanning form page 29 to 34.
Following this, Timex is given a spotlight article discussing its cycle-specific product.
The ACT explains how its revamped website, to be launched shortly, is to offer dealers far greater value from their memberships going forwards.
Cannondale’s suspension specialist Peter Denk discusses Simon, the Bosch Bike and technology and material advances on page 41.
From page 45 you’ll find this year’s exhbitor list and floor plan for the London Cycle Show, as well as the organisers marketing plans and news on space remaining.
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