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Are you a World-Tour website designer?

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Do you have World-Tour level website design skills? Are you a passionate cyclist? Do you want to participate in the redesign of the Going Going Bike website? If so, we should talk.

These are exciting times for Going Going Bike. Awards, accolades, growth and the prospect of the 2012 cycling season.

To allow us to offer even more to cyclists wanting to buy and sell bikes we are rebuilding and redesigning our website. We’re already deep into the project and are now reaching out to our community for design ideas and skills.

If this sounds like your kind of project, are a passionate cyclist, are creative and focused and have experience of designing  e-commerce websites then we should talk.

Drop us an email at with your CV and reasons why this project interests you and we will get in contact with you.

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