Within this, the 102nd issue, we've a run down on how your business could be in with a shot of scooping a BikeBiz Award, profiles with Pedalling Squares (p15), Nuun (p29), British security manufacturer Squire (p30) and many more.
Up front we've columns from industry sales trainer Colin Rees, as well as an alalysis of the Giro D'Italia's economic impact by Tess Brumwell Gaze.
Mystery Shopper this month headed to Central Manchester, taking in Withington Cycles, Evans, The Bike Rooms, Bike Doctor and The Edinburgh Bicycle co-op. Find out who we rated on pages 26 and 27.
If your business dabbles in outdoor goods outside cycling, we've a round up of what to expect from the Friedrichshafen Outdoor Show on page 35.
Proving more popular than ever in attracting new cyclists, the industry sponsored Go-Ride is discussed on page 38. With over 2,300 opportunities created for young women to get into cycle sport inside just one year, Go-Ride is worth your continued support.
For those with a hand in the electric bike business, our regular analysis of the main news can be found on pages 43 and 44. Be sure to read about Batribike's new link up with security tracker firm Datatag.
Our store profile this month centres on Hunstanton retailer Fat Birds and why the new owners decided to retain the unique title. Read more on page 49.
There's plenty more too, so have a flick through here.