BikeBiz July 2017 now available online

This month, the BikeBiz team focuses on workplace diversity, a widespread issue in the cycling industry.
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This month, the BikeBiz team focuses on workplace diversity, a widespread issue in the cycling industry. 

In this issue: 

  • We celebrate 30 of the industry's rising stars, all under the age of 30

  • Laura Laker speaks to the women advocating for ethnic and gender diversity in cycling
  • We look into the brands offering GoPro alternatives

  • Kieran Howells investigates what may be a growing trend: the resurgence of the BMX
  • Hayley E. Ferguson discusses equal opportunity with three of the industry's top female cycle technicians 

  • And a whole lot more!

Read it online here, or download the PDF here.

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