is a Director of the Bicycle Association.
Mark was a director of Bickerton Rowlinson Ltd from 1980 to 1991. This was the company which made the Bickerton Portable Bicycle. Whilst running Bickerton Bikes, he also imported some very early Dahon folding bikes under Bickerton branding and some of the first mountain bikes.
After a period of consultancy work, in 1993 Mark formed Fusion Cycles Ltd selling Fusion, Klein, Dahon and Voodoo bikes. In 1996 Fusion Cycles was taken over by the MCL and Amethyst Groups (UK distributor of Mazda and Kia Cars) and the business was re-named Cyclemotion Ltd. By the end 2005, Mark took Cyclemotion out of MCL Group.
Working with Dahon till 2011 and subsequently Tern Bicycles as their UK representative, over the years Cyclemotion has partnered with Moore Large, Zyro, Fisher, Madison, Raleigh, Dawes, Saracen, LandRover, Hotwheels, SeaSure, Unipart, Halfords, Action Bikes, Edinburgh Cycle, 2x2 Worldwide, Paligap and Evans Cycles.
In 2012 with Mobility Holdings of Taiwan, Mark re-booted Bickerton Portables and is leading Bickerton globally. Mark has attended meetings of the Bicycle Association for over 30 years and was a BA Council member between 2000-2005 and from 2007 to date, being Vice-President and President from 2008 until 2014.