The Bicycle Association (BA) has published a series of guides which offer information on matters of interest to the cycling industry and the public. More detailed guidance is available to BA member companies.
The new series of BA Guides are available to download for free and cover topics such as how Brexit affects product safety and imports, information about the Cycle to Work scheme, analysis of e-bike regulations and more. Following the first set of guides published, further BA Guides will be rolled out over the coming months, and all will be regularly updated.
BA Technical Director Peter Eland said: “The Bicycle Association has for many years provided high quality and detailed technical advice to its members. But it is also in the interests of our member companies that the wider industry, including retailers and suppliers, and also the general public, are accurately informed about key topics.
“For example, making our information about the UKCA mark freely available provides everyone involved with a clear summary and timetable for the changeover from CE marking.”
“On this and the many other topics we’ll be covering, we expect that the BA Guides will become the go-to reference for anyone seeking clear and definitive summaries on topics relevant to our industry,” he added.
While the Guides provide summaries of selected issues within the cycling industry, BA member companies can access more comprehensive online information via the members-only area of the BA website. One-on-one technical support is also included at no extra cost with BA membership.
The BA Guides can be accessed here.