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Latest edition online now; available as PDF download or handy flickable version on Issuu.com

November’s BikeBiz goes live

The brand spanking new edition of BikeBiz has gone online today.

You can read the issue in downloadable PDF format here, or you can flick through the pages as if the physical magazine was in front of you on Issuu.com.

Alongside an in-depth review of last month’s Cycle Show, November’s BikeBiz looks ahead to January’s Core Bike dealer show, with a taster of what to expect.

The mag includes an interview with Sean Lally from newly rebranded Cycle Systems, and asks the industry what it makes of the micro scooter trend.

Cyclingnews.com’s Daniel Benson provides his take on the cycle globalisation – and it’s potential spoils for the trade, while undercover investigative reporter Mystery Shopper visits the cycle shops of Peterborough.

BikeBiz executive editor Carlton Reid reports on the growth of electric bikes at the cycle events of the summer and autumn, editor Jonathon Harker takes Fulcrum Wheels out for a spin and deputy editor Mark Sutton speaks to London-based cycle enterprise BikeWorks.

This month we also report on the first ever live BikeBiz Awards. Missed who won? Then take a look here.

There’s also plenty of news, product and more in the mag too.

If PDFs and Issuu.com aren’t for you, we’ll also reproduce the news, features and sector guides online over the coming weeks at BikeBiz.com.

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