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Starting off this Friday still quite at the beginning of the year, it’s hard to overlook a bit of a rollercoaster the Cycling Industry is on at the moment. We’re still seeing plenty of new product announcements and plans to launch a new wave of new road, gravel & mountain bikes. But at the same time we see struggles for brands big and small. Yet, it’s not all doom & gloom, for example, both Eurobike & SRAM are expanding.
Crazy times. Cycling Industry Ups & Downs
I’ll keep this brief, as it’s really just a smattering of news bites that have swept across my desk in the last ten days or so. But in a time of global economic uncertainty, I can’t really ignore the ups & downs of my own industry, even if I’m generally reporting more on technical gear than the companies behind it all. It is after all, the success of these companies that keeps me gainfully employed. Look Mum No Hands shutters London cafe & workshop
c. Look Mum No Hands The one that curiously seemed to be the tipping point for me was the shuttering of the Look Mum No Hands cafe in London. I think really I was there only once. But it had been an institution for more than 12 years. And had been one of the earliest, and longest-running successful examples of a mixed-function cycling community […]
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