The issue kicks off with a look at the situation facing Cycling England and draws on industry views from retailers and BikeAbility facilitators.
Our Chain Reaction column is this month occupied by Lyme Media who are planning a new trade-only event to be held at Coventry’s Ricoh arena. Find out why they believe their event to be a big calendar date going forwards.
Green Oil are profiled on page 15. Following its BikeBiz Awards Rising Star win, Simon Nash gives us the inside scoop on the firm’s progress. A full run down of the rest of the 2010 BikeBiz Award winners is found from page 19.
Mystery Shopper this month visits the historic St Albans. Will heads roll as they have in the past, or did the visited retailers deliver a strong sales performance? See page 26 for more.
A full review of the Cycle Show is found from page 29.
Fisher Outdoors’ Smart lighting brand is profiled on 39, while the following pages are dedicated to a round up of Paligap’s recent house show.
The industry reacts to the decision to move the Cycle Show from Earls Court to the NEC on page 43.
The following pages are dedicated to a round up of the latest goods on show at Moore Large’s Gatwick exhibition.
Clothing brand Accapi are profiled on page 47.
Next up, the first CyclePoint at Leeds train station is given a once over by Carlton Reid.
There’s plenty more towards the rear of the magazine, including stocking filler ideas and an in depth look at the trailer market.