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What does the 2020 Budget mean for cycling?

Making it easier for people to travel healthy needs to be a priority of the Government for the long-term health of our society and economy – in order to fight climate change, rising levels of congestion, toxic air, inactivity and social isolation. The 2020 Budget, announced yesterday, allocated £27 billion …

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London Bike Show postponed until July due to COVID-19

The London Bike Show has been postponed due to COVID-19. The event, originally due to take place from 27th-29th March, will now take place from 3rd-5th July. It follows Sea Otter Classic, Bespoked, the Taipei Cycle Show, Mountain Mayhem and the NAHBS in being postponed or cancelled in 2020 over concerns of the coronavirus. …

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Hövding launches retail partnership with Velorution

Hövding has partnered with UK bicycle retail chain Velorution. It will be introduced in all four stores across London – Chelsea, Hackney, Islington and Marylebone – and online. “Here at Hövding, we are always looking to work with innovative companies,” said Hövding’s CEO Fredrik Carling. “Velorution is a hub for …

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ASSOS of Switzerland launches limited edition jerseys with WyndyMilla

ASSOS of Switzerland is partnering with custom bike brand WyndyMilla to launch a series of three limited-edition jerseys. Inspired by WyndyMilla’s ‘Majesty with Menace’ mantra, the colours and designs of the jerseys weave together themes of “regality, class, and the thrill of the ride”. Derek Bouchard–Hall, CEO at ASSOS, said: …

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Dorel Sports reports revenue growth in 2019

Dorel Sports’ revenue increased to $909 million for 2019, up 2.9% from $883 million last year. The results also show that fourth-quarter revenue increased to $233.2 million, up 0.2% from $232.7 million last year. Pacific Cycle Group (PCG) and Caloi posted growth in the quarter while the Cycling Sports Group’s …

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