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The October edition of BikeBiz - our Cycle Show preview special - is now readable online, or downloadable as a pdf here.

With additional distribution of the magazine at the show, this issue focuses on the exhibitors and what they'll be bringing along come September 27th when the trade day kicks off. To find out more, flick to page 29.

Also within the issue, we have articles on the best cycling apps (p21) and mobile accessories on the market, an interview with the CEO of Derby Cycle (p25), as well as one with Marin's CEO Matt VanEnkevort (p16).

Further into the magazine, we also have profiles on both Dahon (p46), Cateye (p50) and Jagwire (p45), a mystery shopper visit (p18) to Woking and the surrounding areas, as well as our dedicated sections on electric bikes (p39) and the outdoors market (54).

Our retail only section begins with a profile of The Bike Tree (p62), now under new management and also features guides to both the freshest road cycling products, as well as a guide to the market's trailer and trailer bike product (68).

There's plenty more towards the back too, including an interview with the MD of Impact Cycle Trading (p80), a profile on Mike Davis and his Oolite Media business (p90), as well as a comment piece from executive editor Carlton Reid to conclude this month's print magazine on page 94.

If you've yet to sign up to the Cycle Show and are a member of the trade, you're entitled to a free ticket, which can be downloaded here.

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