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Bike Chaser: New Australian Marketplace for Bikes and Gear

Second-mover advantage is a term coined that describes a business that copies or mimics a successful ‘first-mover’ with a better or improved business model. Bike Chaser is a young Australian online cycling platform which could be considered a second-mover with their online marketplace that connects sellers of bikes and gear with buyers. At a glance, you could say it is like the popular Bike Exchange website, but the Danish born co-founder of Bike Chaser, Jonas Christensen [pictured left] says that there is a growing list of reasons why their platform is better for sellers and better for the cycling community. Bike Chaser […]

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Test: What is Best Sunglasses Lens Colour for Bike Riding?

Sunglasses and cycling go hand-in-hand but sunnies do more than just shade your eyes. Choose the right eyewear and you’ll get better clarity and vision while riding, choose the wrong ones and you […]

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FLR Bushmaster Cycling Shoes in Review

Cycling is not something I think about when I think about Israel. Actually, it probably wouldn’t even make the top 100 list of things I associate with the middle-eastern country, […]

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Event – History of Australian Cycling Clubs (May 2, 2017)

Located in Sydney’s inner-west, the Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club is credited as (probably) being the oldest continuously operational bicycle club in Australia. The DHBC was joined by many other cycling […]

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