Business

Partnerships, acquisitions and investment news throughout the cycling industry

Blair backs biking to school

The Government today announced measures to make roads safer for pedestrians and cyclists, especially closer to schools, a key plank in the Sustrans Safe Routes to School Campaign

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No competition

By popular demand well, a request from Michael Bonney of Orange heres a quick clarification on the Competitions Act 1998 which came into force today. The ramifications of this Act are featured in the current BicycleBusiness and the text below sheds light on three aspects of the new Act which have led to the most confusion

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Oops! We got URL wrong…

In the article on p. 33 of the March BicycleBusiness we said the new Dawes website was at www.dawes.com. It's not, we goofed...

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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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Halfords in US vid bid

As was mentioned in the editorial in the March mag, Halfords is going all out to woo one or more of the top-end brands IBDs consider their own...

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Last days of the Rag

Those TV darlings at Cabal Communications have at last written to subscribers telling them Maximum Mountain Bike has been suspended (something trade readers of this website knew about on 11th January) The company says a buyer is being actively sought.

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Sustrans Supporters Review becomes poster

Last week we raved about the A1 wall map from Sustrans. This was folded to A4 and was an annual report and Supporters Review as well a map. We said every dealer should get themselves one for shop display...

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Bike-friendly Rogers rails against Realpolitik

Architect Lord Richard Rogers has this week called on the government not to water down any of his proposals on urban regeneration made in his capacity as the chairman of the government-appointed Urban Task Force.

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