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Cube Bikes to attend Scottish Cycling, Running and Outdoor Pursuits Show

Cube Bikes has announced that it will be attending the Scottish Cycling, Running and Outdoor Pursuits Show in 2019. It will display over 30 bikes at the event, including its e-MTB range, and the Stereo Hybrid 160 Action Team will be the subject of focus at the show.  The Cube …

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School car free zones to be trialled in Glasgow

Car free zones are set to be trialled at seven Glasgow primary schools in a bid to improve road safety for children and encourage them to walk and cycle. The scheme would see temporary pedestrian areas created outside seven schools for limited periods in the morning and afternoon. Councillor Anna …

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Evolution Cycles in Eastbourne broken into

Evolution Cycles in Eastbourne has been broken into, with two bikes stolen. A post on its Facebook page said: "Our shop has just been broken into and the following bikes stolen and driven off in a small white van, possibly new lower style transit connect so, with a small bird …

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Top five jobs of the week – 15th February

Full time mechanic – Bespoke Cycling Bespoke Cycling is looking for an experienced mechanic to join the team in its busy central London workshops. Formal qualifications are valued, but what’s most important is that you have a thorough knowledge and practical experience of the latest technologies, including electronic shifting. Most …

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Casquette Live to showcase ‘best of women’s cycling’ at London Bike Show

The London Bike Show and Triathlon Show: London has announced the addition of Casquette Live to the 2019 event. Casquette Live’s women specific programme, created and curated by Casquette media and magazine, will have its own stage within the show, showcasing a range of interviews, discussions, tutorials and stories from …

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A64 work will ‘improve cycle safety’

Cyclists and walkers along the A64 will benefit from £1.3 million of safety improvements thanks to a special Highways England fund, the Harrogate Advertiser reports. The two major schemes are being carried out at Tadcaster Bar and Musley Bank, and the projects have been developed to provide ‘more attractive, safe, accessible …

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Trial allowing bikes and taxis to use bus lane to launch this week

Cyclists, motorcyclists and taxis will be allowed to use a bus lane on a main coastal route between Bexhill and St Leonards in a trial which launches this week. An experimental Traffic Regulation Order will come into force on the A259 Bexhill Road, between Bexleigh Avenue and Harley Shute Road, …

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ZyroFisher to donate to World Bicycle Relief

ZyroFisher has announced that it will donate £659.22 to the World Bicycle Relief, matching over £320 that was raised through voluntary contributions at COREbike 2019. This money was raised thanks to those who used the SRAM barista’s complimentary hot drink stand. Martin Hawyes, head of marketing at ZyroFisher, said: “As the UK’s …

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Sustrans calls for support for National Cycle Network in Northern Ireland

Sustrans is calling for authorities across Northern Ireland to help ‘reinvigorate’ the 23-year-old National Cycle Network (NCN). The NCN is a network of 16,575 miles of signed routes spanning the UK, with over 1,000 miles in Northern Ireland. It is used by walkers, runners and wheelchair users, as well as …

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London Bike Show ticket sales 20% ahead of previous two editions

The London Bike Show and Triathlon Show: London has announced that ticket sales are up 20% versus the same period in 2018 and 2017. Set to take place slightly later this year, the show will take up residence at London’s ExCel from 29th to 31st March. Alongside the exhibits, a plethora of cycling and …

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