The November issue of BikeBiz is now available online.
Our November edition reflects on the whether e-bikes could save the cycle industry, the rise of the e-MTB, the Cycle Show in September and the first-ever Local Bike Shop Day.
Fostering a cult of achievement in your customers makes everybody better, and sells more tyres, writes Mark Hallinger.
Making our roads safer needs a fresh approach, and a new alliance could pave the way, writes Alex Ballinger.
James Groves heads to Austria to visit Simplon, builders of handcrafted bicycles for over 55 years. CEO Stefan Vollbach reflects on expansion, dedication, and taking the IBD by the hand.
Rebecca Morley reports from her first Cycle Show in September.
With bike shops struggling to compete with an online retail environment that undercuts even trade account prices - a trend that shows no sign of relenting - could e-bikes be the saviour of the cycle industry? Laura Laker reports.
Wheelbase's Sean Leckey looks at the state of the e-MTB market and analyses how close the builds are to going mainstream.
Rebecca Morley reflects on the first-ever Local Bike Shop Day, which looked to emulate the success of its record store counterpart.