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What the Dickens!

At yesterday's Pickwick Club Garden Party - packed with IBDs - at the New Connought Rooms in London, a rather surprising figure was inaugurated as a member

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Whit’s World

www.bikeworld.com is a superlative website. American, of course. Its also a flesh and blood shop and has been since 1971. Founder WHIT SNELL created his stores website four years ago. It now attracts 5000 unique visitors a day and has some USPs to die for. Hes got a great website and hes a canny writer too...

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Kudos Sustrans

In BikeBiz3 - due out Tues/Weds next week, bit late, sorry - the editorial argues Sustrans should keep getting the bike levy even when the £1 million has been raised. The following press release is a good example of why: Sustrans is getting people on their bikes...

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Is the number up for bike theft?

Daniel James runs a website which details bikes that have been stolen. Now, hes got a good idea and wants to see if it has legs. Would worldwide manufacturers start a new system of frame numbering?

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Its a date

Sustrans thanks the UK bicycle industry for the bike levy scheme on a Year Planner to be sent to the whole trade

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Can MBUK Live convert the masses?

Raleigh, Giant, Peak Performance, SRAM, Dawes, Pashley, Cannondale, and Leisure Systems International have booked a presence at next years Urban Tour, the third annual running of the MBUK Road Show. Local IBDs can book nearer the time.

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AA calls for Dutch-style cycle infrastructure

In what ought to be a powerful polemic for getting more people on bikes the AA have released a hard hitting report that shows that British car drivers must be bonkers to drive through congested city centres. Of course, the AA doesnt put it this way: they feel Britains motorists are hard done by compared to those on the continent...but, in parts, the new report - The Great British Motorist 2000 - is very cycle-friendly

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