Partnerships, acquisitions and investment news throughout the cycling industry

Fisher B2B site launches soon

Gordon Fisher of Fisher Outdoor plc is gung ho about the internet goes live on April 3rd but hes a realist too...

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The Wal-mart of the web has bought a stake in, a US site which uses bicycle couriers to deliver convenience goods "to your door within an hour"

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BikeBizBible online soon

Why spend twenty quid on a trade address directory when you can access B3 the BikeBizBible - online for free. We'll also be producing a mailed-out book as well. And that'll be free too. (Prospective advertisers should read the promotional postcript at the base of this article).

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Ello, Ettos back

Remember Etto? Those funny-looking helmets which probably didnt look funny at the time? They were on every other page of the early mountain bike mags...and then disappeared. Well, now theyre back

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Who will supply pure plays?

They may be diddy now but what about in the future? Should pure play internet bike retailers be allowed to buy goods at the same trade prices as IBDs with rents to pay, heating bills to find and shop windows to clean?

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Raleigh react quickly to IBD complaint

The InSync safety check up - news of which was broken first on - was handled on behalf of the industry by Raleigh. Not every IBD was happy with Raleigh taking a lead...

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99 days and counting…

...until the official opening of the Sustrans' National Cycle Network. And just 99 days left to work out how your business can link in to the many events surrounding the NCN launch and the Millennium Festival of Cycling

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