The December issue of BikeBiz is now available online.
Our final edition of 2018 catches up with five distributors on their developments over the year, looks at how bike shops can optimise their presence, the impact of a Government subsidy on e-cargo bikes and the rise of bikepackers.
Shop or showroom?
Nick Butterfield, retail design director at Butterfield Design, looks at how bike shops can optimise their presence and remain relevant in the industry.
Cycling UK has been championing cycling for almost 140 years. Matt Mallinder, director of influence and engagement, updates Rebecca Morley on the charity's work throughout 2018.
A greener future
The Government recently announced a £2 million subsidy to boost the uptake of e-cargo bikes. Laura Laker takes a closer look at the impact this will have on the industry throughout 2019.
The year in review
As we hurtle towards 2019, BikeBiz speaks to five distributors about their progress throughout the year.
What next for UK cycleways?
Laura Laker peruses a previously unpublished document that reveals plans for an HS2 Cycleway.
Catching up with Moore Large
Moore Large's Adam Biggs reflects on a challenging year in the cycling industry.
The rise of the bikepackers
If cycling wasn't hard enough, a new ultra-tough hardcore has developed on the fringes - and is growing rapidly, writes Alexander Michael.
Dalston-based Mamachari reflects on five years in the business.