BikeBiz has received a virtual lick of paint.

Our new home has been in development for a few months, and we’re happy to say it brings with it a host of updates and benefits. First, visually the site has changed dramatically. We now have a simple and to-the-point layout that divides content into the areas that you care about the most. If you’re here for the latest news, check the news tab. Only interested in new products? No problem, simply head to the dedicated products tab for cutting-edge information on all of the latest major releases. Lookin for a new job? Our updated jobs board is the place to be, with new positions posted daily. We’re also we’ve made more space for some eye-catching images and de-cluttered the text area for ease of reading.

Second, for those of you reading this on a phone or tablet (which, if online trends are anything to go by, is most of you) you will notice that the site is now "responsive", i.e. smartphone-friendly. No matter what device you read BikeBiz on, the site will adapt, and provide you with the best browsing experience available. (And the revamp has also resulted in a blisteringly fast site – if you notice any sluggishness, let us know and we'll go squash a few gremlins.)

We also have a direct link to our digital editions on the right hand side of the page, and some clear links to back-editions and our newsletter.

The site update is just one of the many ways in which BikeBiz has changed in recent months. In 2017 we debuted the completely re-vamped magazine with sharper design and more focused editorial. We’re also inching closer to the tenth anniversary of the BikeBiz Awards, which, for the second year, will take place in partnership with the London Bike Show next month at the Excel Centre. The event will serve as a celebration of the strides forwards that BikeBiz is making, and we hope to see you there.

For now, take a look around; we hope you like what you see and check back regularly.

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