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Cabal to publish TdF guide

Procycling, published by Cabal Communications, has won the four year contract to publish the UK and Ireland distributed version of the Official Guide to the Tour de France. (Velo News of America has the rights for the rest of the English-speaking world).

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BA AGM to be “low key”

With resolutions and secondings more scripted than an Oscar winner's acceptance speech, the BA AGM of recent years has rarely set the pulse racing. This year it's going to be a "quickie"

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All aboard?

Brompton has sponsored a cycling by train leaflet produced by ATOC, the Association of Train Operating Companies. It will be sent to all Brompton dealers soon. All well and good for folding enthusiasts but ATOC member West Anglia Great Northern a past winner of the CTCs bike friendly Cyclemark award isnt playing ball with cyclists in general.

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Portal Power#2

Continuing our series on bicycle web portals, BikeBiz checks out a very British one, GoFar-mtb. It aims like the rest to attract a hard core of enthusiasts which, the site hopes, the bike trade will want to plug into by placing banner ads on the site. IBDs can benefit by being featured on the demo bike day database

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No jargon for relaunched On Your Bike

In December last year EMAP Active bought On Your Bike, the family cycling magazine. The title is relaunched on Monday but is already available in most major newsagents. It will avoid Waynes Worldisms such as Yo dude, says the new editor.

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Bike 2000 lives

With all the hype surrounding the opening of the National Cycle Network and the National Cycling Festival 2000, Futures Bike 2000 show at the NEC, 28-30th April, hasnt had much of a look-in...

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Virgins and old hands apply here

Remember to sign up for one of the three Dot.com seminars at this weekends Cycle & Leisure Show. They will be modelled on each days audience so will be suitable for web newcomers as well as HTML experts.

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Sex on wheels

Malcolm McLaren, the former Sex Pistols manager and candidate for London mayor, wants to give every Londoner a free bike!

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B2B, B2C and now C2B: what does it all mean?

No trade news for two days because Carlton Reid, editor of BikeBiz, is currently attending e-retailing 2000, 15-16th February 2000, the £900 a head e-commerce conference in London. (B2B = business to business internet interaction; B2C = business to consumer, and C2B = consumer to business ­ these three acronyms are the buzz words at this conference...)

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