COVID-19 and its impact on the cycling industry

The outbreak of COVID-19 has sent shockwaves through our industry. As we weather the storm, BikeBiz will keep you updated with all the latest from the trade. Cycle shops are set to be among the least affected type of business by a reduction in consumer spending over the next 12 months as a …

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BikeRegister sees 48% rise in reported bike thefts

Bike thefts reported to BikeRegister rose by 48% in June, compared to last year, following a drop during the early months of the COVID-19 lockdown. Figures compiled for the first half of 2020 by the national cycle database show 786 thefts were reported last month. Previous months had seen a …

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Top five jobs of the week – 24th July

The BikeBiz jobs board filled over 500 positions in 2019, and listings are still on the rise. Here’s our latest top five… Workshop supervisor/electric bike kit production mechanic – nano electric bikes ltd The job is to work in and manage the day to day running of the workshop, assessment …

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Myagi: A knowledge supply chain

Richard Smith, EMEA regional director at Myagi, tells Rebecca Morley how the platform connects brands, distributors and retailers in order to share knowledge With the complexity of the cycling industry and the technical nature of the products within it, there is a need for more measurable ways to share knowledge …

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What role can the bicycle play during COVID-19?

There’s no doubt the impact COVID-19 has had on every aspect of our lives, from our work, socialising and how, if at all, we travel. A bike, however, can still play an important part, to provide daily exercise and help key workers make essential journeys. And Brompton’s free home delivery …

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