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Dahon unveils new models and technology at Taipei Cycle Show

Dahon will present brand-new models for 2020 along with its line of technology at the Taipei Cycle Show 2019. This year, Taipei Cycle returns to its March dates with the show kicking off today, 27th March, just six months after last year’s exhibition. Now in its 32nd year, the event …

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‘We’re going global’ – Rouleur Classic 2019 launches

Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Rouleur Classic, which will take place at Victoria House from 31st October to 2nd November. The fifth Classic will offer a Grand Tours theme, having officially partnered with all the race organisations. It will help each of the Tour de France, Giro …

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LEM Helmets appoints EMEA sales manager

LEM Helmets has appointed Stuart Brown as EMEA sales manager. Brown comes with over 14 years of sales and brand building experience in fashion, cycling and sports industry. “It’s great to see LEM Helmets, its pioneering designs have helped develop motorcycle helmets for over 40 years and its passion for …

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Scott Sports names Watson as UK sales manager

Scott Sports UK has announced Jon Watson as its new UK bikes sales manager. Watson brings a wealth of industry experience to the role, spanning over 25 years, starting his career in cycle retail and moving swiftly on to sales management covering both IBD and key accounts. “I am thrilled …

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VOLT opens workshop doors for Ride to Work Week

VOLT has today opened its workshop doors to the public to mark Ride to Work Week from 25th-31st March. The e-bike manufacturer, based in Axe & Bottle Court in London Bridge, will be offering trials and special events throughout the week “for anyone who wants to get into the saddle …

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Top five jobs of the week – 22nd March

The BikeBiz jobs board filled over 550 positions in 2018, and listings are still on the rise. Here’s our latest top five… Inbound sales and marketing specialist – cycling tour operator – Sportive Breaks Your ultimate job is to turn web traffic into more sales. The main part of that …

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Funding commitment doubled for project to inspire more people to cycle

Funding has doubled for a flagship scheme to inspire more people to start or return to cycling in England after the Government today announced a £1 million investment in the project. The Big Bike Revival, run by Cycling UK, aims to incentivise the 42% of the population who have access …

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Sustrans welcomes Government’s urban strategy for future of mobility

Walking and cycling Sustrans has welcomed the Government’s Future of Mobility: Urban Strategy, which was announced yesterday. The review will explore regulations around new types of vehicles including e-scooters and e-cargo bike trailers, how sharing data can improve services by reducing congestion, and how journey planning and payment can be …

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British Cycling to open first West Midlands disability hub

British Cycling has announced that its 12th HSBC UK Disability Hub will open in Stourport, improving access to the sport for people with disabilities in the West Midlands. The first two-hour session will be held at Stourport Sports Club on 31st March and delivered monthly thereafter by qualified British Cycling …

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Ashford unveils ten year cycling and walking strategy

Ashford Borough Council has approved the initial stages of a new cycling and walking strategy to span for the next ten years. The council’s cycling strategy was first approved in 2010 but has now been revised and reviewed to incorporate walking into a joint initiative. The new strategy will be …

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