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16 Oct 2023

Thousands more people will start cycling, or be given support to cycle more, thanks to a new £4 million funding boost for Cycling UK’s Big Bike Revival programme.

16 Oct 2023

Cytech accredited ACT member MTB Monster, a mountain bike specialist near Blackburn, which has seen rapid growth of its team and expansion of its physical space, is working with Lancashire...

16 Oct 2023

Consumer safety charity Electrical Safety First has called again for e-bikes, e-scooters and their batteries to be better regulated in the UK after New York City recently introduced rules that...

10 Oct 2023

Flexi Voucher lets customers spread tax-free shopping over the year

6 Oct 2023

gogeta, the new tax-free cycling platform that offers a much fairer deal for independent bike retailers, has had more than 150 retailers sign up since its launch. gogeta, which is the only cycle...

4 Oct 2023

Shop owners have called on the Home Secretary to specifically outlaw attacks on retail workers.

4 Oct 2023

From the start of October, bans and restrictions on single-use plastic cutlery, polystyrene cups and food containers, single-use balloon sticks and certain types of polystyrene cups and...

2 Oct 2023

A new survey conducted to coincide with Cycle to School Week has revealed that more than a third of children are put off riding a bike because the roads are too busy. 28% said that...

2 Oct 2023

Simon Storey, of The Bicycle Bus has been presented with the Green Award at the BBC Coventry & Warwickshire Make a Difference Awards.

2 Oct 2023

A new report has indicated a total year on year fall of 8% in the UK bicycle market, with both mechanical and electric bikes affected. Sales of the latter were especially impacted and lagging...

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ACT staff member releases music with band

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

Rebecca, staff member with the ACT has released an EP on the music platform Spotify, with popular local band Thee Derelique.

Some of Thee Derelique

Some of Thee Derelique outside Ian the bass players shop, Brighton Underground

Click here to listen to the EP on Spotify.

The five piece from Brighton have been together for just over a year and have already performed sell out gigs opening for Paul Cook from the Sex Pistols’ band The Professionals, as well as 80’s legends Spear of Destiny.

The band describe their music as New Wave Garage Punk and is comprised of the songs, See the Light, Happy Now and Feeling inside which inspired the EP’s title Don’t make any noise.

Thee Derelique performing

Thee Derelique performing at The Albert, Brighton - photo credit Peter Coventry

Click here to listen to the EP on Spotify.

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