CyclingIndustry.News Trade Journal subscriptions now available internationally

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International readers of UK-based CyclingIndustry.News now have access to our printed Trade Journal, with subscriptions and back issues now available to order here.

Published on a quarterly basis to coincide with key bicycle business calendar events, the Trade Journal has been widely requested with the education, opinion and data featured within offering insight for the cycle trade the world over.

The CyclingIndustry.news Shopping Cart allows international readers to purchase individual back issues, as well as to auto-subscribe for access to a full year of Trade Journals.

Individual issues are priced at £11, while an annual subscription for all four quarterly issues (including the three current 2017 back issues) is £40. This price includes expedited delivery straight to your door, and covers all import taxes and charges.

CyclingIndustry.News’ editor Mark Sutton said of the widening circulation: “If you want to get a feel for our content we’ll have 1,000 extra copies at the entrances of the Eurobike show. Less product focused and more concerned with business development, data and analysis we have found a significant appetite for our offering from overseas. In pulling together each issue we draw on some of the market’s leading minds across a spectrum of topics and, most importantly, the Journal highlights best practice and innovation, which we’ve heard time and again has served bicycle businesses in developing their efficiency and bottom lines. Of course the Journal wouldn’t be able to achieve this without you in the business, so if you’ve a unique proposition and would like to share your thoughts, do let us know.”

Want to save on paper? You can also read each edition, including our hot off the prints Q3 Journal, online on a digital page turner.

The fourth quarter edition will land with 3,500 UK bicycle businesses ahead of the Cycle Show and Interbike. To enquire about a presence within, contact our team here. Verified UK-based bike businesses can register for a copy here.