Business

Partnerships, acquisitions and investment news throughout the cycling industry

EP-X move

The winner of the best bike awards at the Cycle & Leisure Show is on the move...

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Bikes posted overseas

The Royal Mail has a fleet of 33 000 bicycles. Yesterday it started a programme to send the older bicycles out to the developing world as new bikes are introduced

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Sutcliffe leaves Cabal

Andrew Sutcliffe, the former editor of both Cycle Trader and Cycling Weekly, has resigned as a director of Cabal Communications

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More Cyclelife pix

Including Matt Wilson, the designer, with his diamond-glaze wooden floor; Bryn and Margaret Williams, and Jack and Irene Nicholson...

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First Cyclelife store opens

In the current print magazine the lead news story is about the new Cyclelife retail concept from Raleigh. The first store opened in Dundee this morning and BikeBiz was there to see the ribbon cut

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Safe Routes to School take off

In some ways Safe Routes to School are a surreptious way of getting safe cycle routes for everybody because any route to a school will have to follow normal urban roads and paths. Few motorists complain about making roads safer for children around schools and its only later they discover huge swathes of their roads have been traffic-calmed and painted green!

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Rates rip-off: the answer

In a mailout to ACT members, the ACT warn IBDs not to use cowboy rates-reduction outfits who promise the earth but have contracts "with more loopholes than a macramé curtain so be warned and beware". However no alternative was given. We have one...

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