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October 14, 2013

PORT COQUITLAM, British Columbia (BRAIN) — Bert Lewis, founder of Norco Bicycles and Live to Play Sports, died Oct. 7 with family at his bedside. He was 77.

Posted in Industry News
October 14, 2013

JACKSON, WY (BRAIN) — The MIO Alpha claims to be the world's first strapless continuous heart rate monitor that is as accurate as chest-strap models.

Posted in New Products
October 14, 2013

OSTERMUNDIGEN, Switzerland (BRAIN) — Two bicycle committees at the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry have new chairmen, and the WFSGI's wheel committee is getting a new member to replace a member who left the wheel industry.

Posted in International
October 14, 2013
The green sleeve band is tied to a donation to IMBA.

ROANOKE, VA (BRAIN) —  Custom clothing maker Starlight is offering a new program to help custom clothing customers promote and support non-profit organizations.

Posted in Product/Tech
October 11, 2013

DENVER, CO (BRAIN) — Gates, which has increasingly been targeting the electric bike market with its Gates Carbon Drive, has joined the Light Electric Vehicle Association, the international trade association for electric bikes.

Posted in North America
October 11, 2013

NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, MA (BRAIN) — Todson, Inc. , which recently updated its minimum advertised pricing policy for its Topeak accessories line, has now done the same for its OnGuard locks.

Posted in North America
October 11, 2013
The Xventure Duro

LAS VEGAS, NV (BRAIN) — The Xventure Duro handlebar mount is one of several new action camera bike mounts being offered by Bracketron and introduced at Interbike last month. The mounts each fit GoPro cameras, including the Hero, Hero2 and Hero3.

Posted in New Products
October 11, 2013

Posted in Industry News
October 11, 2013

SARASOTA, FL (BRAIN) — Fulcrum North America has hired a mobile tech rep.

Posted in North America
October 11, 2013

BAR HARBOR, ME (BRAIN) — On this critical Columbus Day weekend, auto traffic and hotel vacancies are down — but the bike riding is great — in this harbor town that serves as the entry point to Acadia National Park.

Posted in Retail News

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