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MUNICH, Germany (BRAIN) — It appears that ISPO, the Munich trade show organizer, is pulling the plug on Bike ISPO and instead is encouraging suppliers to participate in its annual Travel and Leisure expo held in February.
VALENCIA, VA (BRAIN) — Hi-Torque Publications has hired Kirk “KB” Bausch as advertising manager for all eight Hi-Torque titles, including its titles in the cycling and motorcycle fields.
COSTA MESA, CA – James Moore is the newly-elected president of the National Bicycle Dealers Association, elected by dealer members via online balloting.
Moore is owner of Moore's Bicycle Shop in Hattiesburg, Miss. He will serve a two-year term ending in September, 2015.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN) — The Elite Bicycle is a new book by VeloPress that offers portraits of some of the world's greatest bicycle artisans, examining the philosophies, the workmanship, and the personalities behind the prestigious brands.
SAN DIEGO, CA (BRAIN) — Triathlon and wetsuit brand De Soto Sport will continue its policy of not selling to "non-traditional" retail outlets, including Amazon.com, company founder Emilio De Soto II said Wednesday.
SANTA FE, NM (BRAIN) — New Mexico distributor BTI is now stocking CycleOps trainers and accessories.
BERKELEY, CA (BRAIN) — GU Energy Labs has named Laura O'Meara its new national sales manager for IBDs.
O'Meara most recently served as Powerbar's NorCal Nutrition Tech Rep. She also is a four-time IronMan finisher, and recently claimed the top amateur podium at the Leadville 100 MTB.
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (BRAIN) — USA Cycling has announced dates and host communities for national championship events for various disciplines and age groups next year. The events extend from cyclocross nationals in Colorado in January on through to the collegiate mountain bike championships next October.
ASHEVILLE, NC (BRAIN) — North Carolina-based suspension service center Suspension Experts is now selling products from Push Industries.
LONGMONT, CO (BRAIN) — Proceeds from the sale of special T-shirts and stickers being sold by a Colorado-based non-profit group are being donated to flood relief organizations.