July’s 80-page issue kicks off with Bex Hopkins, editor of BikeEnvy.co.uk, discussing how far women’s specific cycle gear has come over the years.
If you’re particularly interested in how the UK’s cycle manufacturers are coping at present flick to page 15.
Page 18 brings further in-depth analysis of Best Buy’s intentions for the UK electric bike market.
The ACT discusses its brand new cycle finance program, available to gold and platinum subscribers on page 21.
Hotlines recently added Szymon Kobylinski’s third bicycle brand to its portfolio. BikeBiz attended the London launch of Creme and a report can be found on page 25.
Mystery Shopper does Coventry and Rugby during this month’s visit. Check out how the independents faired against the might of Halfords on page 26.
Carlton Reid discusses mobile mechanics on page 29, drawing on many industry sources on the pros and cons of having freelancers around.
Cube Bikes takes the main interview this month on page 32.
BikeBiz’s early Awards coverage kicks off on page 37. Is it time to nominate your firm for a gong?
Interested in international business? flick to 46 for a territory report on business in Canada.
The Oxford Products letters page prize winners this month debate the professional ‘image’ of the bicycle mechanic. It makes for interesting reading, so head to page 62.
There’s plenty more content after that too, so once more, click here to have a read on Issuu.