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BERKELEY, Calif. (BRAIN) — The National Interscholastic Cycling Association and Pinkbike have announced their media partnership for the 2015 and 2016 season.
SEYMOUR, Conn. (BRAIN) — Thule Group is reporting a net sales increase of 20 percent in its second quarter, a result helped by favorable currency fluctuations. In currency neutral figures, the Sweden-based company saw a 6.4 percent sales increase in the quarter, which ended June 30.
Representatives from the MTB division say sale is underway and bike production continues despite parent company's announcement to investors and shareholders.
SAN FRANCISCO (BRAIN) — Ass Savers, the Swedish maker of lightweight rear fenders, is sponsoring USA Cycling for the 2015 season and will provide Team USAC members with customized fenders.
HAYWARD, Calif. (BRAIN) — After an approximately four-year hiatus, Bianchi USA is once again offering mountain bikes here.
KENT, Wash. (BRAIN) — Raleigh Bicycles is sponsoring the National Bicycle Dealers Association's "America's Best Bike Shops" program for 2015. The program highlights and promotes bicycle retailers that provide the industry with the best customer support, knowledge, operational excellence, and bicycle advocacy.
SAN FRANCISCO (BRAIN) — Chrome Industries was established in Boulder, Colo., in 1995, but is now based in San Francisco. The bag company is returning to its roots with the opening of a new store in Denver in its 20th anniversary year.
SQUAMISH, British Columbia (BRAIN) — OneUp Components is now offering narrow-wide chainrings for Shimano XT M8000 and MT700 cranks, designed to be used with Shimano's new 11-speed offroad groups.
The rings save 35 grams and $20 over the stock XT (SM-CRM80) single-ring, OneUp said.
SAN CARLOS, Calif. (BRAIN) — Beeline Bikes has closed a $2.6 million Series A financing round led by Backcountry.com, owner of Competitive Cyclist, that will be used to expand the Bay Area company's fleet of mobile bike shops across the U.S. using a franchise model.
DENVER (BRAIN) — High end framebuilder Alchemy Bicycles is expanding beyond its road and 'cross offerings with a carbon hardtail mountain bike that it is now shipping, and plans to expand its mountain bike offerings in part by working with David Earle's Sotto Group.