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Posted on October 02, 2014 by Stuart Newlands | 0 Comments

I was asked a few weeks back if I'd like to write a column on any part of the cycle industry I felt strongly about.  For those who know me, my mantra usually involves something to do with 'Everyday Cycling'.  

I used to be a typical cyclist; putting on the gear and zipping around the streets of London.  However, of late its really erked me that regular cycling in the UK, as a percentage, remains stubbornly low.  This is dispite Wiggo winning the Tour de France, Team GB firing on all cylinders in the 2012 Olympics and a massive following of our very own Tour of Britain.  

Why is this?  I don't have all the answers, but if we try to think who we are selling too, we may well buck the trend.

You can read my column here BikeBiz  




Posted in Bikelands, Everyday cycling, Stuart Newlands



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