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DISTRIBUTION NEWS Raleigh adds JVC sports cameras


Scoop takes on distribution of UK designed BMX label The Make  Hubjub adds retro appeal with Tange  Silverfish to stock Super Sticky Kush  Adixxion GC-XA2 camera now in Raleigh’s stocks


By Mark Sutton


RALEIGH AND JVC JAPANESE CONSUMER electronics giant JVC has appointed Raleigh as an official UK distributor for the JVC Adixxion Action Camera. The ‘quad proof and action ready out-


of-the-box’ JVC GC-XA2 Adixxion records in full HD at 1080 at 50P and has an 8MP CMOS sensor, allowing up to 16MP still pics to be taken. Raleigh’s well established relationship with the independent bicycle trade and major bicycle retailers coupled with sales and marketing infrastructure helped lead to the deal. The JVC GC-XA2 Adixxion uses JVC’s


back-illuminated CMOS sensor technology, taken from the brand’s conventional camcorder range. The GC- XA2 also has a built-in LCD Colour Screen and Wi-Fi facilities built-in, (compatible with both IOS Apple and Android Devices)


to allow easy control of the camera via Wi-Fi, with the camera view clearly displayed on the user’s Wi-Fi enabled device. 01773 532600


SCOOP AND THE MAKE LETCHWORTH’S SCOOP Distribution has added The Make to its catalogue of brands, which currently include the likes of Alienation, DK Bicycles and house brand Vocal. The Make’s brand new frame line is now in stock with Scoop, who are contactable on 01462 650741


HUBJUB AND TANGE HUBJUB IS to bring steel brand Tange to the UK bike trade. Tange has been in business since 1920,


originally producing forks before growing to offer steel tubing. It was responsible for the Prestige double butted tubing which rivaled tubes from established players like Reynolds and Columbus in the ‘80s. As the industry moved to aluminium and composites, Tange fell on hard times. But with something of a resurgence in traditional steel bicycles the brand has turned around and now offers a full range


of tube-sets as well as aftermarket P&A. 01597 825533


SILVERFISH AND SUPACAZ SILVERFISH HAS signed a distribution agreement with Antony Sinyard to bring his Supacaz product to the UK. With stock expected as early as this


month, SupaCaz specialises in lock on grips for MTB, as well as a ‘high-end’ patented bar tape, dubbed Super Sticky Kush. The label is used by the likes of team Astana, among others. 01752 843882


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