Partnerships, acquisitions and investment news throughout the cycling industry

Transport Minister backs bikes

Just under a fortnight before the Millennium Festival of Cycling starts theres a nice preamble courtesy of the Environmental Transport Association and their Green Transport Week, which begins today. Transport Minister Keith Hill MP kicked the event off

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Dome to get grilling

The second best funded Millennium Commission event this year is the National Cycle Network. The best funded is the Dome at Greenwich. Next week the Millennium Commissioners are going to be asked to justify bailing out the Dome instead of helping other projects

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The power of telly

If the bike trade gets itself a PR campaign going heres the kind of benefits you get from a little bit of TV exposure

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York show wins trade backing

The recent Try-out Show, that is. Exhibitors have been full of praise for Open Road's version of Lancaster's CycleFest and next year's event is already being booked...

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Which bike B2B site will be first to scale?

In the current issue of BicycleBusiness theres a feature on three bike trade B2B sites. First to scale is an important asset in the world of e-commerce and is claiming an early lead as it has signed up 30 Asian bike companies

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It's heavy on information, light on selling. But this won't last. 150 products will be available to buy online this month, with the whole Halfords range online by the end of the year

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