Tag Archives: Bristol

The Electric Bike Shop opens new flagship store in Bristol

The Electric Bike Shop has opened a new flagship store in Bristol. Spanning two floors, in an easily-accessed location and at the ‘perfect’ start point for a test ride, this store “further cements a desire to offer unparalleled customer service both in-store and online”. Karl Haden, CEO of The Electric …

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Bristol-based bike parts manufacturer reports 250% growth in online sales to US

Tru Tension has reported a 250% growth in online sales in the last year to the US. The Bristol-based bike parts manufacturer, which was featured on Dragon’s Den in 2018, expects to generate sales of £20 million over the next five years. Tru Tension was established by Chris Frappell in 2015 …

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Bicycleworks, Revolutionworks collaborate on new lightweight e-bike

Bicycleworks and Revolutionworks have collaborated to design a ‘lightweight, city-friendly’ e-bike. The system comprises a small yet responsive rear hub motor and minimal, discreet handlebar controls. This lightweight e-bike system offers an alternative to the ‘heavier and more cumbersome’ bikes currently on the market. Two battery sizes give the customer …

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Gloucestershire e-bike retailer opens new site in Bristol

Property consultants Alder King has let a studio unit on the Paintworks scheme in Bristol to an expanding Gloucestershire e-bike retailer. Edemo Electric Bikes is a specialist Riese and Muller e-bike dealer based in Nailsworth. Following growth in sales over the past year, the company decided the time was right …

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Bristol Cycling Campaign calls for 1,000 bike hangars by May 2024

Bristol Cycling Campaign has published a report proposing that Bristol City Council should install 1,000 bike hangars by May 2024. Bike hangars are lockable steel pods for up to six bikes and provide secure, on-street bike parking for people who don’t have any outside space to store a bike at …

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Only 10% of cyclists think UK Government takes road safety seriously

A new study has revealed the top ten UK cities where cyclists feel their safety is most at risk, with Cardiff topping the table followed by Leeds and Birmingham. By contrast, Cambridge, Bristol and Edinburgh were deemed amongst the safest places to cycle in the UK. Overall, however, just 17% …

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