Ten grand EPoS system up for grabs

Cybertill is back and the EPoS company is offering a full system in a promotion that runs until September but which kicks off at the Cycle and Leisure Show, 3rd-5th March. The ten grand system winner is drawn October 1st but there are monthly winners too: each gets software worth £3500 and a bottle of bubbly.

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Halfords ups the ante with Airborne

The US bike brand that started life on the internet is now available in 50 Halfords stores nationwide, most in Bikehuts. Retail prices for the top-notch bikes are actually lower than those found on Airborne's website

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ATB Sales sells 1000th Whyte bike

To mark the milestone, designer Jon Whyte delivered the 1000th £2300 bike to IBD Noah's Ark. The UK designed PRST-1 bicycle features a unique integrated front fork system and has divided opinion both in the UK and the US. Some reviewers love it, others don't. However, the fact that 1000 customers have bought the two grand bike tells its own story, said ATB Sales

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‘Go Outdoors’ reverts to September; still in Harrogate

And you thought it was just the bike trade which mucked around with its annual expos? Back in November, said the decision of the Outdoor Industries Association (OIA) to move its trade show from September to August was a "radical" decision that would raise exhibition organisers' eyebrows. August is a no-go area for most shows. And the OIA has just found that out: a telephone survey revealed that most independent outdoor shops would not attend an August show

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Lord seeks views on Advanced Stop Lines

Adrian Lord, that is. He is a traffic engineer and transport planner specialising in developing policies and facilities to assist cyclists, and works for transport consultants Arup. In the past he has worked for Hartley Dawson, Freewheel in Leeds and York Cycleworks but right now he's doing an MSc course in European Traffic Engineering at Nottingham Trent University and his dissertation is all about advanced stop lines. He'd like cyclists to complete his survey. Something to pass on to bike shop customers perhaps?

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