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TAMPA, Fla. (BRAIN) — Dalian Wanda Group Co., Ltd. , a Chinese private conglomerate, has reached an agreement to buy Ironman for approximately $650 million from Providence Equity Partners.
DERBY, Vt. (BRAIN) — Garneau has hired the Moxie Northwest Sales Agency to represent the brand in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.
TAMPA, Fla. (BRAIN) — The carbon component company Atomik Carbon is now working with several independent sales rep groups for national sales coverage.
LAKE FOREST, Calif. (BRAIN) – Torcano Industries is now the exclusive distributor of Pillow Pets Tricksters helmets.
WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Trek Bicycle is recalling about 330 model year 2015 Trek 9.8 Superfly FS, SL, X1 and XT mountain bikes because the carbon fiber seatpost can crack and break. The company has received two reports of the seatposts cracking; neither resulted in injury.
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — POC's new Fondo road cycling collection is aimed at non-elite cyclists interested in performance and comfort. It is POC's third cycling collection, joining AVIP, which is focused on rider safety, and Raceday, which is aimed at elite athletes.
PHOENIX (BRAIN) — Serfas has hired Patrick Baldwin as a regional sales manager. The company also has hired the outside sales rep force, Southeast Sports, and announced that it will repeat its Golden Ticket promotion at Interbike, awarding one lucky dealer with $5,000 in Serfas product,
WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — The League of American Bicyclists has added 100 new and renewing Bicycle Friendly Businesses to its list, bringing the program to recognize more than 1,050 businesses and government agencies. They are being recognized for making a bike-friendly environment for employees and the public.
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — With a global release set for spring 2016, SRAM unveiled its long-awaited wireless electronic road groupset, SRAM Red eTAP, on the opening day of Eurobike on Wednesday.
CHICAGO (BRAIN) — SRAM is taking a swipe at the many companies offering "narrow-wide" chainrings for single-chainring mountain bike drivetrains. The company is now offering a steel X-Sync chainring that will retail for $19.95.