The September edition of BikeBiz is now available online
Our September edition seeks to highlight challenges and solutions when it comes to children’s cycling, visiting various experts ranging from Frog Bikes and Black Mountain to Bikeability and Cambridge’s School Run Centre.
Frog Bikes co-founders Jerry and Shelley Lawson urge all retailers to consider getting involved in gaining market intelligence on the kids’ sector in the cycling market
Steve Edgell, Cycle Solutions managing director and chairman of the C2W Alliance, looks to build some bridges between the IBD and the Cycle to Work Scheme.
Laura Laker explores the burgeoning world of cargo bikes and investigates to what extent the rides are influencing school runs
At the turn of the year, cycling training app endur8 launched across the UK and the US. James Groves caught up with founder and CEO Daniel Slight to find out more about the start-up's unique offering
Black Mountain Bikes, which soft-launched in the UK in April, is committed to developing the world’s most advanced kids’ bikes. We caught up with founder and inventor Andy Lloyd to learn a little more about the brand, the bikes and how it all began
Laura Laker provides an update on the Bikeability programme and its recent partnership with Halfords
Hero Cycles has released a new range of bikes under its recently-launched Insync brand. We spoke to CEO Sreeram Venkateswaran and brand ambassador and three-time world BMX champion Shanaze Reade to find out more