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Cycleworks sells shop in Petersfield

Cycleworks has sold its last shop in Petersfield to East Street Cycles, which will continue as Hoops Velo. Cycleworks started in 1995 and was acquired by Chris and Sally Goble in 1999. The company grew to have four shops in Leatherhead, Haslemere, Guildford and Petersfield. Over the last four years, …

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SunGod launches new cycling-specific Pace Series

SunGod has launched its new Pace Series. The range has two models, SunGod Velans and Vulcans, each available in either a half frame (TF) or full-frame (FF) design. SunGod Vulcans use a larger cylindrical lens, offering a 180-degree field of vision to increase spatial awareness on the roads and trails, …

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Euston Road temporary cycle lane construction begins

Construction has started on a brand new temporary cycle lane on Euston Road as part of the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and TfL’s Streetspace for London plans to transform streets to accommodate a possible ten-fold increase in cycling and five-fold increase in walking. The new protected temporary cycle lane …

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Zedify raises over £300,000 from private investors

Zedify has announced the completion of its first external funding round, having recently raised over £300,000 from a group of private investors led by Green Angel Syndicate (GAS). Antoine Pradayrol, director and analyst at Green Angel Syndicate, who joins the Zedify board as investment director, noted the work Zedify has …

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The mental health benefits of cycling

By Edward Pegram, business manager, Cycle to Work at Raleigh UK All too often in this fast-paced modern world, it’s easy to forget the important things in our lives – our friends, our family and our health. If we all take one thing from this pandemic, it’s that time is …

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E-scooters: A matter of when, not if

Pure Scooters recently rebranded to encompass all e-mobility solutions, including e-bikes. James Groves sits down with CEO Adam Norris and international managing director Peter Kimberley – now of Pure Electric – to find out more about how this flourishing trend could fuse with the cycle industry

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