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GOLDEN, Colo. (BRAIN) – Business is booming for Weehoo, the maker of i•GO bicycle trailers, which allow small children to help pedal or safely rest during a ride. The company recently moved its headquarters into a new facility after outgrowing its previous space in two years.
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (BRAIN) — Energy bar make Bonk Breaker has expanded its relationship with USA Cycling, which began last year.
GOLDEN, Colo. (BRAIN) — Accessory brand Feedback Sports has promoted two internal sales staffers to regional sales manager positions, with Sammy Rutherford overseeing the Eastern U.S. and Tim Allen managing the West.
MORGAN HILL, Calif. (BRAIN) — Specialized has made its Armadillo road tires tougher and more durable, the company says.
LONGMONT, Colo. (BRAIN) — The Clif Bar CrossVegas cyclocross race will be held for the eighth year this September in Las Vegas during the Interbike show.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (BRAIN) — Topeak is partnering with Bike MS, the largest charity cycling series in the country, to provide its more than 110,000 Bike MS participants this year with a special price on Topeak's BikeMS Cycling Accessory Kit, which includes a seatbag, tools and a mini-pump.
TORONTO (BRAIN) — Stage Race Distribution is now offering Challenge road tires paired with wheels from the Austrian brand Xentis.
While Stage Race — based in Toronto and with two U.S. warehouses — will not distribute Challenge tires separately, it will offer them in package with specific Xentis wheels.
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — Lightweight is offering a new version of all its road wheels, the Schwarzed Edition. The Schwarzed wheels feature a new black-on-black color scheme and full ceramic bearings from CeramicSpeed.
PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — Pro cycling fans around the world watched the first "Monument" single-day race of the 2014 season on Sunday, the historic Milan-Sanremo classic. This year's edition was 246 kilometers (153 miles) and included a monumental amount of rain throughout.
CHICAGO (BRAIN) — SRAM is launching a new mountain bike disc brake family called Guide, which will be available in June. SRAM said it started from scratch in designing the new line, which is notable for not including the Avid brand.