The February issue of BikeBiz is now available online.
Our second edition of 2019 explores the BA's market data service, balance bikes business Kiddimoto, sports nutrition company Namedsport, how Christmas fared for the cycling industry and what trends to look out for in 2019.
The National Cycle Network could not only provide a potential boost to the cycle industry but also to communities up and down the UK, writes Laura Laker.
The Bicycle Association recently announced the soft-launch of a market data service, offering UK sales data covering bikes, parts, accessories and services. Laura Laker reports.
Kiddimoto founder Simon Booth chats to Rebecca Morley about his business of balance bikes.
Laura Laker explores how the industry fared in a challenging time for retailers.
Namedsport managing director David Hannah speaks to Rebecca Morley about the origins of the sports nutrition company and what it hopes to achieve in the UK market.
Evans Cycles outlines its top six trends for 2019.
Milton Keynes-based IBD Corley Cycles celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. Rebecca Morley chats to owner Phil Corley as he reflects on professional racing, the rise of the internet and cycling DNA.
A survey by Cycleplan, which aimed to understand the health benefits people experienced after taking up cycling, discovered that three-quarters of respondents noticed an improvement in their mental health.