The January issue of BikeBiz is now available online.
Our first edition of the year looks ahead to COREbike 2019, catches up with three independent bike shops, explores Ribble's store in Birmingham and looks at how the industry can remove barriers to cycling.
An unfolding helmet
LID Helmets founder Sam Terry tells the story, from idea to launch, of his folding helmet.
As this year's COREbike draws near, BikeBiz caught up with Rouleur's Chris Holman, who forms part of the event's organisation team, to gauge his thoughts on 2019's curtain raiser.
Catching up with local bike shops
As we kick off the new year, Laura Laker speaks to three independent bike dealers to uncover to what extent their experiences have changed throughout the past 12 months.
From the ground up
Rebecca Morley heads to Ribble's store at the Mailbox in Birmingham, to catch up with CEO Andy Smallwood about the premium British bike brand's new vision.
Removing barriers to cycling
A survey of disabled cyclists highlights some of the ways the industry could boost cycling numbers and potentially reach a new market. Laura Laker reports.
How the tides are Terning towards sustainable cycling
Alexander Michael chats to Tern Bicycles founding member Mark Bickerton as he outlines his vision of the future.
Banging the IBD drum
Small Business Saturday UK took place on 1st December. Gary Conway, senior product and marketing manager at Tandem Group Cycles, speaks to BikeBiz about the importance of independent bike shops.