The July edition of BikeBiz is now available online.
Our diversity special explores some of the more disappointing trends within our industry, be it gender imbalance, under-representation of ethnic minorities or lack of catering to the disabled:
Ask not what the industry can do for you, but what you can do for the industry!
The Cycling industry isn’t the most inclusive place to be for those with disabilities, but it doesn’t have to be that way, writes Bikeworks head of development Emily Esche
A lack of progress
Kieran Howells questions why more is not being done to encourage greater diversity in cycling
Laura Laker investigates why women aren’t becoming mechanics, and what the industry can do to even the odds
BikeBiz inspects to what extent our industry caters to disability cycling, and how the infrastructure can be improved
Defining the problem
Ceri Dipple reflects on the challenges of life in a male-dominated industry: those that exist, those that don’t, and those that shouldn’t
Other highlights from BikeBiz July include:
Eurobike 2018: Brands to see
Have you already planned out your exploration of the 12 grand halls that make up Eurobike? If not, here are six exhibitors to see in 2018
Crowdfunding: in retrograde
Kieran Howells believes the internet is not what it once was...
Safeguarding Britain’s bikes
Back in May, BikeRegister extended its reach to over 750,000 rides. Managing director James Brown speaks to James Groves about how the cycle database has transformed UK policing
The shifting face of nutrition
When it comes to nutrition, the criteria of the consumer has shifted greatly over the past few years. BikeBiz sat down with Nuun CEO Kevin Rutherford and R&D manager Vishal Patel
For all this and more, check out BikeBiz July.