Cycle trade’s rising stars revealed in June’s BikeBiz

We grill Claud Butler and i-ride, provide EPoS and cycle computer sector guides, and Mystery Shopper heads to Southampton
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Who has made it into this year's bike industry 30 under 30? Find out in the latest edition of BikeBiz, available to read now.

You can download the June 2011 edition here, or read it online here.

This month we interview i-ride MD Paul Butler and delve under the skin of key brands for the trade, profiling Powerbar and Claud Butler, and more. 

In our retail section we provide a guide to some of the latest cycle computers and electronic point of sale solutions available to retailers.

As the BikeBiz Awards night grows closer we provide a guide to how to win one of the industry awards on page 17.

Wisper’s David Miall wins the Star Letter prize, sponsored by Oxford Products.

Plus there's events, news, appointments, opinions and plenty more.

Click here to read the latest edition.

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