Business

Partnerships, acquisitions and investment news throughout the cycling industry

Docs on bikes plus Snow

The build up to 'Ride the Net' and the Millennium Festival of Cycling is growing apace. Media snippets are appearing all over the place. Here's a plug from this week's BMJ, the doctor's mag...

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Brand new support for Eurobike

Giant, Koga Miyata, Kona, and Cycleurope have confirmed that they will be participating in Friedrichshafen, joining over 400 other exhibitors at the world's first major international bicycle trade show.

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PCs don’t have to break the bank

Need to be loaded to get on the internet? Need a fancy-pants PC with all the bells and whistles? Think again. Caught short without a computer, journalist/supplier BRANT RICHARDS got himself online for under £100!

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Speed skating

If you sell inline skates youre going to like this bike computer conversion gizmo from Sigma Sport...

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Calling all Scottish IBDs!

Get yourself and your customers on their bikes on Wednesday 21st June otherwise the Sustrans north of the Border launch party for the opening of the National Cycle Network will be a flop. No riders whatsoever have registered for some legs of the Scottish part of the Longest ride that is going great guns everywhere else in the UK

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Halfords dot com

The bikes-n-carparts store is finally getting round to having an online presence. Its had a holding page for ages but, sometime soon, www.halfords.com launches on an unsuspecting world

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Preston for time

ATB Sales is hoping itll be all Whyte on the night as Jon Whytes innovative (and already much loved by bike testing journos) full suspension XC machine is finally available in the first week of June

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Spend more on bikes, says Labour peer

Lord Rogers of Riverside, chairman of the Urban Task Force, says better public transport, safer cleaner streets and urban cycle routes could improve the quality of life for millions of people

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