There’s going to be plenty for you to get your teeth into at Whittlebury Hall. Without further ado, let’s get into our next preview…
Citrus-Lime has a Cloud reporting tool up its sleeve. It has been developed from the ground up and will be the first of Citrus-Lime’s new Cloud based modules. The ecommerce expert has focused on what information retailers need to make good managerial decisions and it is currently in use at a limited number of sites and will be beta tested before launch at Core.
The New Year will also bring a completely revamped Citrus-Lime website which will doubtless be shown off at the show too. To find out all about those, Click & Collect and all the other ecommerce options Citrus-Lime provides, head to their stand at Core. We’re assured you might walk out with some locally sourced, fair trade, organic Citrus-Lime branded tea and coffee too.
There’ll be a Lizard Skins glove giveaway in the build up to Core Bike while at the show itself bike dealers will find the best selling bar tape from DSP available in four new colours as well as new overshoes and gloves.
POC’s 2015 Raceday collection will debut and there will be details on a new stockist plan for Pedro’s tool range. Niterider’s new twin-laser-sporting Sentinel will debut in its 25th year and also watch out for Feedback Sports’ new workstand.
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Venue: Whittlebury Hall, Northants
Sunday 25th Jan 09.00 – 17.00
Monday 26th Jan 09.00 – 17.00
Tuesday 27th Jan 09.00 – 17.00
Wednesday 28th Jan 09.00 – 13.00
Designated Press day: Tuesday (dealers also welcome)
There is more to read on Core Bike 2015 here on BikeBiz.com.
For the first time Buff will be launching a hats collection, for the autumn-winter 2015-2016 season, covering the sport and lifestyle sectors and using high tech fabrics. There’s plenty of choice with over 160 models across the collection. For the new range, Buff is using the same materials it’s used on its neck accessories for years but new tech is being employed like ultrasonic seamless welding to increase comfort and precise laser cutting for enhanced breathability and comfort. Some models have reflectivity – speak to the team at Core to find out more.
There’ll be 2015 glove ranges from both One and 661. 661’s includes the winter and cold weather protecting Storm Glove, featuring an updated chassis and cut for 2015. The Evo Glove is pitched as the pinnacle of comfort and breathability, with multi panel construction and duel layer Clarino palm, while the Rage has added impact protection and Airprene knuckle. The Recon has been constructed from Dimple mesh material and the Raji is the best selling staple of the 661 collection. 661 also has a brand new all-MTB/trail/enduro helmet to look out for.
Onto the One Glove range and the Vapor has an updated fit and chassis with self fabric closure strap, silicone grip beading at the wrist and a single layer Clarino palm and thumb overlay. The Zero boasts a ‘no bulk feel’ with slip on cuff construction and the Gamma is constructed of Q-span and Air Mesh materials. The Sector features ribbed Spandex with a single layer Clairno palm. The Atom glove is also sporting an updated chassis and fit for 2015.