There’s no end in sight for the downturn in Australia’s bicycle imports based upon the latest data recently released which is for September 2016. Read more
From 2018, America’s leading cycling trade show – Interbike –will move to Reno-Tahoe as the new home for the Interbike trade show and the site of the newly-created Interbike Marketweek.
SRAM is proud to announce the hiring of its second Chief Operating Officer in the company’s 30-year history, Ken Lousberg.
Go Easy Australia has just been appointed the exclusive distributor of the California based brand Hollywood Car Racks.
Groupe Sportif, in cooperation with Mavic, is pleased to announce the winner of the draw for the Mavic Ride along in the Tour Promotion.
We’ve all heard that location is one of the key ingredients to your store’s success, but how can you impartially compare one location to another? Darren Varney from GfK explains the value of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Geomarketing.
As we reported here previously, the much anticipated reduction of the current $1,000 GST threshold on imported products which had been promised to be implemented from 1st July 2017 was delayed.
Just over a decade ago Trent Fitzgibbins founded JetBlack Cycling along with business partner Tony Simmonds.
With the May 2017 Australian bicycle import statistics having just been released we can now see an emerging trend for the first five months of 2017 compared to 2016.
In a sign of how tough the Australian bicycle industry has become of late, the well-established Melbourne based wholesaler Oceania Bicycles is about to close its doors.
Queensland based wholesaler FE Sports has appointed Darren Harper as its National Sales Manager.
We recently received the following press release which I am repeating here in its original format:
As we recently reported here, and here there is a global boom going on right now in the world of bike share, particularly in China.
Bosch eBike Systems Australia staff have just concluded a three month national tour involving 15 dealer training sessions across nine cities.
In a joint press release by GPO Apollo Bicycles and Southcott Pty Limited Cycle Division released on Thursday 8th June, Southcott advised that after 85 years it has decided to exit the cycle industry with effect from 30 September 2017.
Brand and sales manager for Queensland based wholesaler FE Sports Dave Mohr has decided to move on from the bike industry after a long career spanning three different bicycle companies.