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Canyon eyes future growth as annual sales top €400 million

Today Canyon announced that its co-founder and current CEO, Roman Arnold, is stepping down and…

Cannondale and GT have ditched model years

Cannondale and GT appear to be following the lead of Cervelo and most boutique brands…

Colnago has a new owner

The 66-year-old Colnago brand has been acquired by a privately-held Abu Dhabi investment company, Chimera…

Boom and doom: Bike shops are in an anxious state of flux right now

While tumbleweeds roll through many major cities in Australia, the nearby suburbs are seemingly a…

Zwift lays off senior staff, says it’s a strategic restructure

As recently reported by digital tech website DC Rainmaker, late last week Zwift laid-off a…

Interview: BicyclesOnline’s founders on Cell bikes, Aldi, and international growth

Australia’s population may only be small, but its cycling industry punches well above the weight…

Where have all the women's bikes gone? A look inside an ever-changing market

I had my first experience with the women's specific movement in 2002. “I ride a…

Wahoo acquires Speedplay pedals

Wahoo Fitness, a company best known in cycling for its indoor smart trainers and GPS…

Wahoo acquires The Sufferfest training platform

The Sufferfest has come a long way from its early days of offering basic ride-along…

JRA with the Angry Asian: How much does 'soul' matter for bike brands?

Enthusiast cyclists often toss about the term "soul" when it comes to bike brands and…

Australia has a new helmet standard on the way. Why?

When news of a proposed change to the existing Australian helmet standard began to circulate…

Retail is changing: Decathlon Sports to open first full-scale USA store

As the world’s largest sporting goods retailer, the French company Decathlon will soon open its…

Representation matters in cycling, too

SRAM’s coordinated media blitz for its new Red eTap AWS and Eagle AWS wireless drivetrain…

Industry tradeshow Interbike cancelled for 2019

America’s largest cycling trade show, Interbike, has been cancelled for 2019. Event owners Emerald Expositions…

What's happening at Rapha? An interview with founder Simon Mottram

Rapha recently turned 14. Like many 14-year-olds, the apparel brand is spending a lot of…

Opinion: Amazon Australia and what it means for the cycling industry

For those in Australia, the biggest news hitting the country is that Amazon has just…

Opinion: Inner tubes, price perception, and why some shops are falling flat

Ever needed a spare tube in a hurry, dropped into a local store you don’t…

How Milan-San Remo transformed Castelli's Gabba jersey

It was over dinner at La Trattoria after a scorching hot day of stage 3…

The story behind the story: Interbike, missed flights, and first impressions

There was a time when CyclingTips was just a blog and all the people involved…

Movers and Shakers: Meet the woman who saved Enve Composites from bankruptcy

Our Movers and Shakers series features Q&As with women trail blazers in the sport and…

What does the future hold for Italian bike brands?

It seems that whenever mainstream media talks about road bikes, Italian brands feature frequently as…