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HOOD RIVER, OR (BRAIN) — Dakine has moved its headquarters from downtown Hood River to a new waterfront development at the city's port. The company's new home is adjacent to a famous kiteboarding and windsurfing destination and minutes away from mountain bike trails.
By Tim Blumenthal, president of Bikes Belong
CHICAGO, IL (BRAIN) — SRAM's new QuickView Computer Mount Adaptor allows riders to use the company's handlebar computer mount with Garmin computers that have a slide mount or a quarter-turn twist mount.
RENO, NV (BRAIN) — Light maker Jet Lites has been purchased by Mike Henderson and Jim Scripps.
SEATTLE, WA (BRAIN) — Mad Fiber has released a major update to its carbon wheels: the Road.2 wheels. The new models, available now in tubular and clincher versions, are said to be stiffer, stronger and more durable than the previous generation.
TORONTO, Ontario (BRAIN) — Onex Corporation has completed its purchase of Nielsen Expositions, the owner of Interbike, for $950 million.
PORTLAND, OR (BRAIN) — Rapha has hired Hillary Benjamin to become the London-based company's head of North American marketing and sales. Benjamin is a former vice president of marketing for Dorel Industries' Cycle Sports Group. She is also a former senior director of marketing for Equinox Fitness Clubs.
MEQUON, WI (BRAIN) — Hayes Components has promoted Luke Musselman to OE sales manager for the Americas, the company announced Monday. Musselman, who has been with Hayes for three years, was previously global manager for aftermarket sales and OE sales manager for Canada.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (BRAIN) — The Consumer Product Safety Commission is proposing a rule change that would affect importers and manufacturers of bikes, helmets, cycling apparel and children’s products, and is accepting written comments on the proposed change. Comments are due by July 29.
SALT LAKE CITY, UT (BRAIN) – Ogio International recently announced it is sponsoring the Jamis Hagens Bermen pro road team and supplying it with its Endurance bags. Ogio also sponsors the Netherlands-based Argos-Shimano race team.