The October issue of BikeBiz is now available online.
Our October edition looks ahead to the Cycle Show 2018, as well as the future of the IBD and the issue of road safety.
Richard Bowker from Criterium Cycles looks at what makes a successful bike shop.
Bike shops owe it to customers to teach them that in 2018, safe cycling kit means more than just a helmet and some night riding paraphernalia, writes Mark Hallinger.
Stephen Morgan, director at Cycle Show organisers Upper Street Events, looks ahead to another year of new initiatives, bigger audiences and celebrating success.
After 34 years of specialising in golf, Foremost is expanding into the cycling industry. With ambitious plans to bring nationwide IBD marketing strategies into the 21st century, CEO Paul Hedges chats to James Groves to outline his intentions for 2019 and beyond.
After more than a decade in accessories, Lezyne is delving into tech, writes Alex Ballinger.
Will cracking down on cyclists help improve road safety, or is it turning people against cycling? Laura Laker reports.
Alf Jones Cycles has been in operation for over 60 years. Here, the team talks product knowledge, resonating with customers and sticking together.