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Going to iceBike*? Don't miss Cytech

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

The ACT are back at iceBike* 2020 and will be focussing on three of their core initiatives; Ride it away, Cytech and Local Bike Shop Day.

This article takes a look at the main reasons why you should take some time to find out what makes Cytech the recognised training and accreditation scheme for bicycle technicians across the globe, and why the ACT's aim is to encourage every specialist cycle trade employee to become Cytech qualified.

The Cytech stand will be staffed by the experts who train the world's professionals to offer support and advice about everything technical. Being Cytech qualified not only gives your staff the confidence they need to do their job to the highest of their ability, but it also gives your customers peace of mind that their bike is in safe hands.

The Cytech stand will be offering up information on the range of courses available to the trade, as well as demonstrating why it's a necessity to have Cytech qualified staff in order to be an accredited Shimano Service Centre.

Retailers are also encouraged to stop by and check the details of their business on the International Cytech directory - a listing of all Cytech qualified personnel worldwide.

Aside from these three key initiatives there's plenty more to talk about so pop by the stand, we're here to listen.
Can't make it to the show? Contact the ACT on 01273 427 700 or info@theact.org.uk.

 

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