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Partnerships, acquisitions and investment news throughout the cycling industry

Linked dumping investigation collapses

24 minutes ago, at 12pm today, it was officially public knowledge that the dumping action initiated by the European Bicycle Manufacturers Association has been cancelled

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We are not alone

The trade mag for American outdoor recreation retailers leads this months issue with a subject regular readers of BikeBiz will know is a favourite of ours...

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Valve cap lights up for grabs

Sideways visibility is always a problem on a bike. BriteWheels LED lights cant be missed! The importer seeks a cycle trade distributor...

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EP-X launch in style

The Malaysian carbonfibre monocoque bikes from EP-X of Warwick first seen at last years Cycle & Leisure Show and then at Bike 99 are ready for shipping to IBDs. And only IBDs. BikeBiz attended last nights corporate launch...

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REVISED: Down the tubes?

Reynolds Cycle Technology, the steel tube stretcher of Tyseley, Birmingham, has been put into administrative receivership. A buyer or MBO? is said to be waiting in the wings.

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New Ballantine Bible backs bike shops

Its been a long time in gestation but the new Ballantine bike shop will be out later in the year and is going to be bigger and better than his previous million-selling blockbuster. Its going to say nice things about IBDs...

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Montgomery faces vote of no confidence

Brian Montgomery, the president of COLIBI (Comité de Liaison de Fabricants Européens de Bicyclettes) and the director of EBMA (European Bicycle Manufacturer's Association), is facing censure at Wednesdays COLIBI meeting...

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