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Magura launches Vyron Elect cashback campaign

Magura has launched a cashback scheme for its Vyron Elect seat post. The campaign, which began on 1st March, means buyers of the seat post can receive €30 cashback. The campaign will end on 31st October. Customers must register online and upload a photo or a scan of the purchase receipt. After successful …

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Pacenti now direct in the UK and Europe

Pacenti will now offer dealers and consumers direct service in the UK and Europe. Luke Humphreys and Matthias Wiessler, the new owners of Pacenti Cycle Design (PCD), became involved with the company in early 2017, and recently decided to purchase the company from Kirk Pacenti and “take it forward in a …

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Bafang welcomes new senior sales executive for the Benelux region

Bafang has welcomed Lennart van Houwelingen as its new senior sales executive for the Benelux region, and temporarily for the UK too, at the company’s sales and service centre in the Netherlands. At 32 years old, he has clocked up 15 years of international experience in sales organisations within the bike …

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WAYV smart wearable bike light to launch on Kickstarter

WAYV is to launch its Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign on 11th March, in order to acquire £85,000 of funding to put its smart wearable bike light into production. The light comes as a harness and helmet adapter, and the start-up has said it has an ambition to ‘radically improve’ safety for cyclists. Amit …

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Eurobike Travel Talk to call for active participation

The international bike and tourism congress will see new developments with its “coming of age”, as Messe Friedrichshafen and the Berlin-based agency Velokonzept will call for active participation at the Travel Talk at Eurobike on 6th September. The ‘Call for Participation’ will invite companies and organisations involved in the travel …

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BikeBiz March is now available

The March issue of BikeBiz is now available online. Our third edition of 2019 explores Tannus’ new Armour insert, what Brexit will mean for the cycling industry, the role of repairs and servicing in retail, and this year’s COREbike. Let’s play a game Kevin Burton presents an all-too-familiar scenario from …

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Bergamont Belami Lite 2011 and Bergamont Monolite 2010 voluntarily recalled

In cooperation with national recall authorities, Bergamont/Scott is voluntarily issuing a worldwide recall on Bergamont Belami Lite 2011 and Bergamont Monolite 2010 bikes. This is due to a finding that the frame can break, creating a possible fall hazard. Bergamont is conducting this recall as load peaks can occur when …

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India’s Hero Cycles to launch its first UK-designed e-bike range

Indian-owned Hero Cycles is to launch its first range of British designed, Indian-manufactured, e-bikes for Europe this month. It has designed the new range at its new £2 million Hero Global Design centre in Manchester, which will run the sales and marketing operation for the e-bikes worldwide with its e-commerce …

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Weldtite awarded Export Champion status by the Department for International Trade

Weldtite has been selected to join the Export Champion Community, after being awarded Export Champion status in the Yorkshire and Humberside region. International trade secretary and president of the Board of Trade, Dr Liam Fox MP, launched the new Export Champions Community at the Board of Trade meeting in Durham …

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