Singletrack mag: what a stonker!

Just got the first issue of Singletrack today. This is the thinking person's XC MTB magazine. As well as loads of pretty pictures, there are huge screeds of interesting text which you are actually meant to read (which makes a change from some MTB titles)

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Digital bike sales do well when all around the E-magic fades

Cisco may be sacking I-in-5 workers worldwide – the clearest indication yet that the bubble has burst big-time – but in niche markets, online sales seem to be holding their own. This is certainly true in the bike market, claims Cullen Ward of who here reveals the results of a cycle-specific e-commerce survey. 18 percent of respondents have bought bikes and bits from websites. And most enthusiasts want a rapport with a retailer, digitally or in the flesh…

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David Hyde has extreme views

Next year’s Cycle and Leisure Show will have an expanded Al Fresco outdoor section – thanks to the outdoor trade cancelling their involvement with SOLTEX, the Spring ski trade show – and will also feature Ex Treme, a section devoted to suppliers of adrenalin-sports kit

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