All articles by BRAIN Staff
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN) — Green Guru, which makes a variety of products from used bike inner tubes, is launching its latest product with a Kickstarter.com campaign,
WILMINGTON, Del. (BRAIN) — The court-appointed trustee for Divine Cycling Group’s bankruptcy case is asking the court to consolidate three related but separate Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings.
MORGAN HILL, CA (BRAIN) — Specialized is working with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to recall about 173 commuter bikes because of a problem with their dynamo front hubs.
MONTEREY, CA (BRAIN) – Early-bird registration for this spring’s Bicycle Leadership Conference, saving participants $150, closes Tuesday. Regular registration is $940 for members of the Bicycle Product Suppliers Association and $1,040 for non-BPSA members.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (BRAIN) — Scott Scudamore, a mountain bike athlete, advocate, event organizer and retail store employee, died Dec. 28 from complications from a mountain bike accident he suffered in September.
CHICAGO, IL (BRAIN) — SRAM’s Brad Menna will start a new role as a road product manager beginning Jan. 1, having spent the past five years in sales, three of them as a senior OE account manager.
BAAL, Belgium (BRAIN) — Trek Bicycle is sponsoring cyclocross world champion Sven Nys' team, Crelan AA Drink, starting New Year's Day. Nys is a two-time world champion, six-time World Cup overall winner and eight-time Belgium national champion.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN) — Power meter maker Stages Cycling is offering dealers a new point of purchase display that can be mounted on slatwall or countertops, and features a modular display.
LAGUNA HILLS, CA (BRAIN) — BicycleRetailer.com readers flocked to two big stories in 2013: the continuing saga of the Divine Cycling Group — a tale told in articles published from February to December — and the brief social media explosion over Specialized's attempt to protect a trademark from use by a Canadian bike shop.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (BRAIN) — Phoenix area cycling boutique Bicycle Haüs has opened in its new location in Scottsdale. The 6,700-square-foot building is more than twice the size of the shop’s previous location, and was designed by award-winning Arizona architect Jack DeBartolo III.