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It’s taken me 30 years in business to learn these 12 tips, most of them the hard way! You certainly don’t have to agree with all of them, but I hope that at least some of them help you.

It’s taken me 30 years in business to learn these 12 tips, most of them the hard way! You certainly don’t have to agree with all of them, but I hope that at least some of them help you.

Over 28 years ago when Glenn Forbes founded his clothing brand Cannibal there were a host of Australian cycling and triathlon clothing manufacturers.

It’s taken me 30 years in business to learn these 12 tips, most of them the hard way! You certainly don’t have to agree with all of them, but I hope that at least some of them help you.

It’s taken me 30 years in business to learn these 12 tips, most of them the hard way! You certainly don’t have to agree with all of them, but I hope that at least some of them help you.

You don’t get too much more of an upmarket shopping precinct than the intersection of Chapel Street and Toorak Road, South Yarra. This is an ‘old money’ suburb just up the hill across the Yarra River from the city centre of Melbourne.

One of Australia’s leading business experts will be a keynote speaker at the third annual Australian Bicycle Summit to be held in Brisbane on Friday 12th May. Here’s some of his advice that every bicycle business owner should read!

Darren Varney looks at the latest consumer trends and how retailers can tap into changes in behaviour. This is the second article in this series. You can read Darren’s first article, The Pursuit of Happiness, here.

Darren Varney looks at what makes consumers happy and how top brands and retailers are using this knowledge to grow.

As every Australian bicycle dealer knows, it’s a lot harder to achieve strong margins on P&A sales than it was a decade or more ago. Consumers can often buy the same product cheaper online, sometimes for even less than your wholesale price.

You can now choose between dozens of ebike brands to stock in your store. Here are the details of every brand currently selling to dealers in Australia.

We asked the owners of two well estab­lished specialist ebike retailers the same set of questions about their experiences in selling and servicing ebikes. Alison Cheong, co-owner of Glow Worm Bicycles, based in Syd­ney, whilst Nick Willis is the co-founder of Elec­tric Bikes Brisbane.

Ebikes are the fastest growing bicycle category worldwide, but they’re still small here. Can they help to revive our embattled Australian bicycle market?

Over the past 18 years, GripSport has steadily grown into a significant business by focusing upon niches that others might think are too competitive or two small to make money.

Very few Australian bicycle retail businesses have gone from zero to $30 million turnover in under a decade. Here’s one that’s done so from just two premises, and probably flown under your radar… until now!