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2 Jun 2020

For a limited time only we are giving the cycling trade free access to the full range of ACT job boards!

1 Jun 2020

To help independent retailers we have teamed up with The Behaviours Agency to create a selection of Covid-19 retail posters for your shop!

28 May 2020

After 2 months of inactivity within the Cytech workshop training facilities, training providers Activate Cycle Academy, PJCS and South Africa's Torq Zone Academy are re-opening in June following...

28 May 2020

Since kicking off it's charity appeal bronze subscription on the 28th of April, the ACT has since raised hundreds to support the National Emergencies Trust!

27 May 2020

New findings from the Association of Convenience Stores have revealed the challenges faced by retailers and colleagues since the lockdown, and the changes that they have made in store to...

27 May 2020

The Outdoors Industries Association have recently begun the process of collaboration with the diverse sector to talk to Government about a White Paper to promote Outdoor Recreation at the...

26 May 2020

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced in yesterday's conference that non-essential retailers will be able to reopen stores in England from June 15 as long as social distancing measures are...

21 May 2020

The ACT's new guide for IBDs getting back up and running safely after business closure

21 May 2020

Leading cycling brands, retailers and organisations are launching a new joint campaign to show the UK public that #BikeIsBest and inspire a new demographic to take up cycling

18 May 2020

Selaine Saxby (MP for North Devon) has been appointed co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Cycling and Walking (APPGCW) alongsideRuth Cadbury.

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For a limited time only we are giving the entire cycling trade free access to the full range of ACT job boards!

Since the lockdown was first initiated in March and restrictions were placed on leaving the house for work and exercise, as well as public transport being heavily discouraged, it triggered the beginning of what is now known as the cycling 'boom'.

The huge increase in demand from the general public has led to an increase of cash in tills, retail finance in the cycle sector hitting reaching a new all-time high in April 2020 and a £2 billion package being introduced by the government to create 'new era' for active transport.

However, the question that is becoming increasingly urgent is how long will supply be able to keep up with this demand? Both bicycle parts and skilled labour are becoming harder to get hold of, and as demand is still predicted to increase, the need for a skilled workforce will only escalate further.

The ACT is now offering free job advertisement across an array of job boards to help the industry throughout this demanding yet positive period! This means that any jobs that you post will be available to view by tens of thousands of readers on the following websites:

Recruit and train with the ACT and Cytech

Now is the perfect time to recruit following the recent announcement late last week from Cytech that UK-based training providers Activate Cycle Academy and PJCS are re-opening this month following respective Government announcements and guidelines. This gives an ideal opportunity to train new recruits to Cytech standards and ensure that your workshops are operating to full capacity. Read more about the reopening of Cytech workshop training facilities here.
Take advantage of the cycling industry boom and ensure your business grows alongside it by recruiting and training with the ACT and Cytech now.


Recent ACT jobs board testimonials

"My ACT ad has had 360 views in about five days" - Independent Bike Dealer, May 2020

"We have had an amazing response"- Leading multi-site retailer, May 2020

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