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SCOTTS VALLEY, CA (BRAIN) — Easton is making a running change to its M1 rear hubs and is making available an upgrade kit for existing hubs to eliminate side-to-side play and improve bearing durability.
CAMPAGNOLO CREMASCA, Italy (BRAIN) — Deda Elementi is urging its European dealers to watch out for wheels and components stolen from its warehouse here last month.
KENT, WA (BRAIN) — Raleigh Bicycles, Diamondback, Currie Technologies and Seattle Bike Supply have signed up for Lifeboat Event’s fourth-annual DealerCamp in July, the companies announced.
PORTLAND, OR (BRAIN) — Skins Compression has appointed Johnny West as its new North American general manager.
RICHMOND, Victoria, Australia (BRAIN) — After making a name for itself in the market for small headlights and tailights designed to let bikers be seen at night, the Australian brand Knog is now introducing its first lights intended to be powerful enough for riders to see unlit roads.
PORTLAND, OR (BRAIN) — Portland distributor Cyclone Bicycle Supply is mailing its 10th anniversary catalog to its dealers this week.
The new catalog features more than 1,500 new items, the company said.
NASHVILLE, TN (BRAIN) — Tucker & Bloom, a Nashville-based commuter and travel baggage maker, has signed Groundswell PR to head up their public relations efforts. Groundswell PR will handle all media relations, brand communications and social media outreach.
MORGAN HILL, CA (BRAIN) — Specialized has released its first long-travel 29er, aimed at the fast-growing market for enduro bikes. The new Enduro Comp SE delivers 155mm of rear wheel travel and adds only 6 millimeters to the wheelbase of the bike’s 26” counterpart.
The World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry, which represents the bike industry to the UCI and the International Olympic Committee, will hold a public meeting at the Taipei Cycle Show this month.
BURNABY, BC, Canada (BRAIN) — Sugoi has been named the "Official Performance Apparel" for the Ironman triathlons in North America and Europe.
The clothing brand, owned by Dorel Industries, has reached a three-year agreement with Ironman, said Sugoi president Kyle Weiner.