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15 Apr 2024

The Rediscovery Centre, the National Centre for the Circular Economy in Ireland, today announced its partnership with Cytech, the internationally recognised training and accreditation scheme for...

12 Apr 2024

Just two weeks remain for the UK cycle industry to have its say on the current Government consultation to double the permissible power of e-bikes, and to remove the need for pedalling.

10 Apr 2024

Award-winning cycling business Spokes Bikes has added a new shop in Greenock to existing shop in Bridge of Weir.

9 Apr 2024

Communities across England are to be given access to £101 million of government funding for high-quality walking and cycling routes, improving the quality of local public engagement for...

9 Apr 2024

The founders of a Wirral bike recycling scheme have opened a hub across the River Mersey as part of a campaign to encourage more people into cycling.

8 Apr 2024

 A new video from the London Cycling Campaign (LCC) launched ahead of the mayoral election on May 2 urges followers to “make sure London’s next Mayor knows just how much we all...

8 Apr 2024

A new study has suggested that cities need to take into account the rapid growth and serious potential of electric bikes in moving people.

8 Apr 2024

A new study conducted by the Department of Industrial Engineering, Capital University of Economics and Business, Beijing, says a bike’s cost and the income of the buyer play the biggest...

3 Apr 2024

The Association of Cycle Traders is urging cycle retailers to register their opposition to proposed government changes to e-bike regulations before the consultation closes on April...

2 Apr 2024

Walsall's cycling community has been celebrating a family-owned business which celebrates its 90th anniversary this year.

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Talk the torque in the Cytech Tech Forum

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

Cytech, the internationally recognised training and accreditation scheme for bicycle technicians, has launched a new Facebook group - the Cytech Tech Forum – where Cytech-qualified mechanics can connect and share ideas, tips, hints and technical advice.

Cytech mechanic

In creating a forum for professional Cytech mechanics worldwide, the breadth of experience and skills will help newly qualified technicians to connect and feel supported after having completed their Cytech training.

Launching the new forum, Jonathan Harrison ACT Director said:

“At Cytech we consider ourselves to be an integral part of a bike mechanic’s professional journey, and as such, feel it's important to support those technicians after their training. In the forum, brands and Cytech technicians from around the world will be able to connect directly with each other, chat with industry experts and get insights directly from other qualified people.”

The forum, which is a private group, will be heavily moderated to ensure the best possible experience for users, with the aim that it becomes a "go to" tool for qualified mechanics and a space where brands work to add value to their after sales experience with IBDs.

To join the Cycle Tech Forum just follow the link below!

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