Evans Cycles is a British cycle retailer. It was opened in central London by a London cyclist, Frederick Evans, who won an award from Britain's largest cycling club for the best cycling invention of 1925. He left his shop to be run by his manager and joined the Royal Air Force when war broke out in 1939. He died in a road accident in 1944 and the shop and the national business that developed from it has had several owners. It is owned now by ECI Partners.

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  • Evans Cycles è una grande catena inglese di negozi di biciclette. Fu aperto nel centro di Londra da un ciclista londinese, Frederick Evans, che vinse un premio dal più grande club ciclistico Britannico per la migliore invenzione in ambito ciclistico del 1925. Nel 1939 lasciò il negozio nelle mani del suo manager per entrare a far parte della Royal Air Force a causa dell'inizio della guerra. Morì in un incidente stradale nel 1944. Da quel momento il negozio e l'intero business nazionale che dipendevano da lui, hanno avuto diversi proprietari. Adesso è di proprietà della Active LCC. (it)
  • エヴァンスサイクル(英: Evans Cycles)はイギリスの自転車小売業社である。1925年に英国最大のサイクリングクラブから表彰されたロンドンのサイクリストであるフレデリック·エヴァンスがロンドン中心部に創業した。 フレデリックは1939年に戦争勃発時に店を他人に任せイギリス空軍に従軍し、後の1944​​年に交通事故で死亡した。現在はActive LLCが運営している。レザーヘッドに物流センターを構えていたが、2001年に本社と物流センターを同社の拠点であるガトウィック及びサセックスに移転した。 (ja)
  • Evans Cycles is a British cycle retailer. It was opened in central London by a London cyclist, Frederick Evans, who won an award from Britain's largest cycling club for the best cycling invention of 1925. He left his shop to be run by his manager and joined the Royal Air Force when war broke out in 1939. He died in a road accident in 1944 and the shop and the national business that developed from it has had several owners. It is owned now by ECI Partners. (en)
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  • 1921-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Jonathan Blanchard, CFO
  • Mike Rice, Director
  • Mike Tomkins, Chairman
  • Nick Wilkinson, CEO
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  • 250 (xsd:integer)
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  • approx. 1,100 in 2012
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  • ECI Partners
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  • Privately held company
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  • Evans Cycles è una grande catena inglese di negozi di biciclette. Fu aperto nel centro di Londra da un ciclista londinese, Frederick Evans, che vinse un premio dal più grande club ciclistico Britannico per la migliore invenzione in ambito ciclistico del 1925. Nel 1939 lasciò il negozio nelle mani del suo manager per entrare a far parte della Royal Air Force a causa dell'inizio della guerra. Morì in un incidente stradale nel 1944. Da quel momento il negozio e l'intero business nazionale che dipendevano da lui, hanno avuto diversi proprietari. Adesso è di proprietà della Active LCC. (it)
  • エヴァンスサイクル(英: Evans Cycles)はイギリスの自転車小売業社である。1925年に英国最大のサイクリングクラブから表彰されたロンドンのサイクリストであるフレデリック·エヴァンスがロンドン中心部に創業した。 フレデリックは1939年に戦争勃発時に店を他人に任せイギリス空軍に従軍し、後の1944​​年に交通事故で死亡した。現在はActive LLCが運営している。レザーヘッドに物流センターを構えていたが、2001年に本社と物流センターを同社の拠点であるガトウィック及びサセックスに移転した。 (ja)
  • Evans Cycles is a British cycle retailer. It was opened in central London by a London cyclist, Frederick Evans, who won an award from Britain's largest cycling club for the best cycling invention of 1925. He left his shop to be run by his manager and joined the Royal Air Force when war broke out in 1939. He died in a road accident in 1944 and the shop and the national business that developed from it has had several owners. It is owned now by ECI Partners. (en)
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  • Evans Cycles (it)
  • Evans Cycles (en)
  • エヴァンスサイクル (ja)
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