At 104 pages it's one of our bigger issues to date and as such, comes packed out with content from the recent Eurobike show, this week's Cycle Show and carries all the regular articles, such as the Rouleur-sponsored mystery shopper.
Sales trainer Colin Rees once again kicks off the magazine with a column discussing the reasons why independents CAN compete with internet 'price-shaggers'. Turn to page 12 for that.
Mystery Shopper visits Guildford and discovers an independent store ruling the roost, among bigger fish, including concept stores, chains and the likes of Halfords.
The finalists for this week's BikeBiz Awards are revealed on page 16. If you'd like to attend the Hilton event on Wednesday, which is local to the Cycle Show, click here for more information.
BikeBiz's attempt at covering Eurobike is found from pages 19 through 30 and is gradually working its way onto our homepage too.
A preview of what to expect from the Cycle Show follows this. If you've yet to register for free of charge trade tickets, it's not too late, just click here.
Cycle Hire has hit Newcastle with the introduction of 'Scratch' bikes. More on this on page 40.
Eurosport talks to BikeBiz about cycling's viewing figures and trends on page 43.
It's a big magazine and there's plenty more content to be explored, including the latest from the outdoors market on pages 62/3, the Oxford Products-sponsored letters pag and more, so to flick through, click here.