Nominate now for Cycle Advocacy Award

Following the commencement of the nominations process for the BikeBiz Awards earlier this month, we’ll be highlighting each and every category from our list of expertly-curated accolades, designed to reflect the varied and vibrant nature of the sector: from prizes that honour local independents and distribution giants through to awards for innovative brands and those providing essential services to the industry including training, advocacy and beyond.

Today, we’re showcasing the Cycle Advocacy Award.

Who should you nominate?
Any company advocating cycling throughout the UK to the benefit the cycle industry members, e.g. promoting funding schemes, cycling education, UK infrastructure, etc.

Nominees will be judged on the positive impact of their service to the cycling industry.

Nominees must provide a 200-word statement covering:
How their service benefits the cycling industry on the whole
How their service is unique
What impact their service has had in 2019

Additional credit could include, but is not limited to those which have:
Supported and worked with IBDs in 2019
Used multiple platforms to reach as many retailers and consumers as possible
Made mainstream impact to benefit the cycle trade over the last year

Entries and nominations for all categories can be made using the quick and easy online form, and the deadline is midday on Friday 12th July. More details on all categories can be viewed online.

The 11th annual ceremony is returning to the Cycle Show at the NEC Birmingham on 12th September, in conjunction with the exhibitor after-party. Trade registrations are now live for the Cycle Show and will be free until 11th September, with entry on the door £15 per person without exception with proof of trade occupation (business card). Tickets for the Awards will be available shortly.

For sponsorship and promotion opportunities for the Awards, please contact Richard Setters.

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