Business

Partnerships, acquisitions and investment news throughout the cycling industry

The earth moves at Moore Large show

Just like BikeBiz, IBDs have been impressed by this weeks in-house trade show at the Sinfin Lane HQ of Moore Large. The company now covers all the angles: budget to top-end road, MTB, trials, BMX, road, roadster and pavement bikes. The breadth of offering is the same for P&A. And a tie-up with JCB looks like a licence to make money, and could bring wider benefits to cycling as a whole...

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Famous bike dotcom seeks buyer

It might only be six years old but the American CyberCyclery.com is one of cyclings oldest commercial websites. It will cease operations if a buyer is not found

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CLS EXHIBITORS: your deadline approaches

The BikeBiz Show Preview goes to the printers on Valentine's Day. If you haven't already done so, get your text and jpegs across to us soon. Remember, your show text entry and inclusion of a pic or two is FREE

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B3 database is now ‘live’

The BikeBizBible database online so far has been a static, unedited resource with many out-of-date entries. The database has been cleaned in readiness for producing the print version. Please check your address details. Suppliers should check the brand name index too

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From Maple to Madison: Rocky Mountain moves

When Maple Projects couldnt agree terms with top-end Canadian brand Rocky Mountain the decision was made to part company, says Maples Paul Hilling. Madison has now picked up the brand

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McGurn launches events company

Open Road went down in flames late last year owing £565 000 but, rising from the ashes, is Jim McGurns new business, The Company of Cyclists

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