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Sustrans calls for protected cycle lanes to be urgent Government priority

To coincide with Cycle to School Week, Sustrans has been calling on local authorities and Central Government to guarantee protected cycle lanes on main road routes to schools.

6 Oct 2022, more…

Government accused of not consulting cycling bodies over National Trail overhaul plan

The Government has been accused of failing in its duty to contact statutory consultees within the cycling and equestrian sectors as part of a significant national trail overhaul plan.

5 Oct 2022, more…

Three quarters don’t expect police to bother investigating bike thefts

More than three quarters of British people do not believe the police would bother to investigate instances of bicycle theft, a new YouGov survey has found.

4 Oct 2022, more…

Paper £20 and £50 Notes No Longer Legal Tender

Paper £20 and £50 notes are no longer legal tender.

4 Oct 2022, more…

Study shows half the population see e-bikes as natural car replacement

With household budgets under pressure, a new study has revealed that half the population believe e-bikes are the natural replacement for cars.

29 Sep 2022, more…

Indie retailers doubt Liz Truss will help the high street

New research from Ankorstore, an online B2B platform that connects brands and shops in Europe, has shown that independent retailers are relying on the support of local shoppers, rather than the...

29 Sep 2022, more…

Retail industry reacts to Chancellor’s mini budget

Following the Chancellor’s mini-budget last week, the retail industry has been reacting to the support package for small businesses and independent shops….including some of the...

26 Sep 2022, more…

Bike for Good to Open the First Cytech Training Facility in Scotland

Bike for Good, the Glasgow-based cycling charity and social enterprise, today announced its partnership with Cytech the internationally recognised training and accreditation scheme for bicycle...

20 Sep 2022, more…

Make cycling to school safer

There is a growing movement demanding that roads be made safer for children to cycle to school, with local authorities being called on to redesign local roads and neighbourhoods to provide safer...

20 Sep 2022, more…

Scottish cycling route named among 'most instagrammable' in Europe list

Travel insurance comparison site, Comparethemarket, has compiled a list of the top 20 most Instagrammed cycling routes across Europe as inspiration for an exciting cycling break.

20 Sep 2022, more…

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BikeBiz opens nominations for retailer awards

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BikeBiz opens nominations for retailer awards

Posted on 17 Aug 2022

Industry magazine BikeBiz has opened nominations for its annual retailer awards in association with ArmaUrto. Categories include IBD of the Year, Omnichannel Retailer of the Year, and Best Retailer Services.

Each year, the BikeBiz Awards celebrate the unique, innovative, and important work being done across the cycle trade. This year’s awards will be the biggest edition to date, with a new judging panel, 15 awards across five categories, and some significant new awards.

Members of the cycling trade community can put themselves forward for one of the awards and consumers can also nominate their favourite retailers, brands or individuals in any relevant categories. To enter or nominate, click here: https://www.bikebizawards.com/enter/

Nominations close at midnight on Friday 26th August with shortlists announced on 5th September, kickstarting the voting process.

Voting will be carried out either by an expert judging panel or by a wider vote open to the whole cycling industry, depending on the category. Check out more information on the categories for this year here: https://bikebiz.com/here-are-the-all-the-categories-for-the-bikebiz-awards-2022-in-association-with-armaurto/

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