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Bicycle Association publishes new cycle parking standard

The Bicycle Association, in partnership with the Cycle Rail Working Group, has published a new UK quality and security standard for public cycle parking. The new standard was announced by MP Chris Heaton-Harris at the Cycle Rail Showcase earlier this month. The standard provides an authoritative reference for people purchasing, …

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Cycling UK looking for instructors for Cycle for Health scheme in West Yorkshire

Cycling UK is looking for instructors and ride leaders who can help deliver training and lead rides for adults as part of the West Yorkshire Cycle for Health scheme. Cycle for Health is a programme of training and led rides, funded by West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s CityConnect programme and delivered …

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Top five jobs of the week – 25th June

The BikeBiz jobs board filled over 450 positions in 2020, and listings are still on the rise. Here’s our latest top five… Shop head mechanic – bike hire – Pedalabikeaway We are looking for a bike geek, who is interested in all things mechanical, can shred on a bike, and …

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Ribble Cycles launches TV ad campaign to air during TdF

Ribble Cycles is launching its first-ever TV advertising campaign to coincide with the start of this year’s Tour de France (TdF) tomorrow, 26th June. The brand has been ridden by multiple British cycling champions and TdF winners at various stages in their careers. The campaign harnesses Ribble’s passion for cycling, …

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Rutland Cycling begins marking 40th anniversary

Rutland Cycling has begun to mark its 40th anniversary. Established in 1981 as a cycle hire timber cabin on the shores of Rutland Water, the retailer now has 14 stores across the Midlands. “Remarkably, that cabin still stands today,” said Paul Archer, director and son of founders Dave and Ann …

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Elinor Barker MBE becomes Laka ambassador

Laka has announced Elinor Barker MBE as an ambassador. Barker, who currently rides for Laka sponsored team Tekkerz, won gold at Rio 2016 in the team pursuit with Team GB alongside Katie Archibald, Laura Kenny and Joanna Rowsell-Shand, having also taken five world titles and gold at the Commonwealth Games …

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PJA hires Rebecca Jones as principal consultant

PJA has hired Rebecca Jones as a principal consultant at its London Office. Jones will work closely with the company’s placemaking and civil engineering teams to deliver footway, cycleway and active travel schemes. She joins from Urban Movement, where she worked on a range of projects including the design of …

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Local Rewards begins search for UK’s High Street Champions

The search has begun to find 3,600 people around the UK interested in becoming the ‘champions’ of their local high streets. The team behind Local Rewards, a new free to access service that aims to help retailers in towns around the UK recover from the impact of successive lockdowns and …

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Registration now open for 2021 World Cycling Forum

Registration is now open for the 2021 World Cycling Forum (WCF), taking place from 6th-7th September in Munich, Germany. The main theme of this two-day international conference is: ‘capitalising on the current bike boom’. The 2021 WCF comes following a period of global demand inside the bicycle industry, and during …

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Sea Otter Europe is an ‘essential platform’ for component and accessory brands

Sea Otter Europe is an ‘essential platform’ for bicycle component and accessory brands reaching their audience, organisers have said. At the last edition of the festival’s expo zone, 51% of the brands in attendance were part of the accessories and components sector, a branch within the industry that, despite being …

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