Partnerships, acquisitions and investment news throughout the cycling industry

Trade show fever

Were not getting paid to say this (in fact, we get smaller ads than the other two trade mags!) but David Hydes Cycle & Leisure Show looks like being a cracker. More exhibitors are signing by the day and theres a real buzz about the event...

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Wanna improve your e-tailing?

Join BikeBiz at the E-retailing 2000 conference, 15-16 February, Novotel hotel London. The two day event costs eight hundred quid so maybe not that many bike trade bods will be joining us but well cough up on your behalf and will report back with tips and articles.

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Raleigh apologise for mistakes made in 99

Raleigh 5-Star dealers had their annual shindig at the beginning of this week. On three separate days Raleigh dealers from around the UK were wined and dined in Brighton. A new broom has ushered a new era of candidness at the Nottingham company as an apology was made for the product delays of last year

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EBMA to be forced to drop dumping case?

If they are, it will happen tomorrow. There's a special meeting of EBMA members on 14th January and it's expected Cycleurope will fall in with Derby and Accell and withdraw its support of EBMA's China-and-Taiwan linked dumping investigation currently being carried out by the European Commission

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Safe Routes to School gets further backing from Government

New Government proposals targets to increase the level of cycling, walking and bus use on the journey to school and the stricter enforcement of speed and traffic regulations around schools were welcomed today by Sustrans.

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Memorabilia sought for National Cycling Library

Oi, got any old vids, books or mags on cycling? If they are gathering dust in your box room, donate them to Otley Cycling Club who - with the help of Ron Kitching - are creating a National Cycling Library

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