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LONDON (BRAIN) — Future plc has agreed to sell its Sport and Craft titles, including its cycling magazines and cycling websites, to Immediate Media Company for £24 million ($40.1 million), the company announced early Thursday.
PITTSBURGH (BRAIN) — Bicycle Times will be available at 250 Shoppers Drug Mart locations in Canada, starting with its issue 29. The magazine will get a front-shelf promotion in the stores.
BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — JJ Rudman is returning to CatEye America as the new key account manager. Rudman, a former CatEye employee, was most recently a retail analyst with Leisure Trends, where he focused on industry POS analysis and reporting.
CEDAR PARK, Texas (BRAIN) — Fallbrook Technologies Inc. the comapny behind the NuVinci continuously variable planetary drivetrain, is partnering with Evelo Electric Bicycles on a "30-Day eBike Challenge" consumer promotion.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (BRAIN) — Lambert is set to become the exclusive Canadian distributor of Hitcase iPhone cases and accessories for the bike and running market.
Hitcase offers iPhone cases, mounts, accessories and apps that convert an iPhone into a shockproof, waterproof POV action camera.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (BRAIN) — Honey Stinger has three new products for summer: a new flavor for its Organic Stinger Waffles and two new caffeinated flavors of its Organic Energy Gel. The new products will be available starting Wednesday on the company's website.
SAN FRANCISCO (BRAIN) — Rumbleship, a bicycle-product "distribution platform," has added three new brands, all mountain bike suppliers, to its offerings: E-Thirteen, Loaded Precision and WickWerks.
DENVER (BRAIN) — Gates Carbon Drive has new distribution partners in the U.K. and Spain, and has released a new instructional video and several new products.
IRVINE, Calif. (BRAIN) — Electric bike motor maker Bosch will participate in next month's PressCamp Summer in Utah, event organizers announced Tuesday. Bosch introduced its Performance Line pedal electric assist (pedelec) system at the Sea Otter Classic.