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MIAMI (BRAIN) — Cipollini USA has recently hired Ming Tan as its national sales and marketing contract manager.
Tan, the head of MC² Sports Specialists, brings over 25 years of experience in the cycling industry and has worked with brands such as Look Cycle, Ritchey Design, and Capo Cycling Apparel.
DURANGO, Colo. (BRAIN) — Several more mountain bike race legends from the 1990s are expected to participate in Todd and Ned's Durango Dirt Fondo, an event being held this September to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first UCI mountain bike world championships, held in Durango in 1990.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (BRAIN) — This year's New England Builders' Ball, which features displays from many handmade bike makers, will be held at the Roger Williams Park Casino this year. The Ball is held during the KMC Cyclo-Cross Festival Presented by Maxxis.
SAUSALITO, Calif. (BRAIN) — Consumer-direct brand Bulls Bikes USA will launch a U.S. ambassador program for the 2015/2016 calendar year.
KENT, Wash. — A flat market, a proliferation of niche lifestyle brands and the growing dominance of Trek, Specialized and Giant at specialty retail has led Accell North America to reposition its Raleigh brand in the marketplace.
SALT LAKE CITY (BRAIN) — POC has named Adam Bookwalter the brand's North American bike sales manager. Bookwalter will join POC starting July 15.
ST. LAURENT, Quebec (BRAIN) — Bombtrack Bicycle Company of Cologne, Germany, has signed a multi-year distribution agreement for Canada with Outdoor Gear Canada.
Bombtrack is owned by We Make Things, a BMX supplier; OGC also distributes We Make Things' BMX products in Canada.
BROOKLYN, N.Y. (BRAIN) — Brooklyn Bicycle Co. has released its first fixie model, called the Wythe, bringing its bike product line to 10 distinct models.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BRAIN) — Early-bird rates for the 2016 National Handmade Bicycle Show, offering a $100 savings on any booth space, end this Wednesday, July 15.
Available booth spaces include 10x10, 10x20, 20x20 or New Builder Tables.
ROSSANO VENETO, Italy (BRAIN) — Giuseppina Ferronato, who owned the Selle San Marco saddle company with her family, died Saturday.
"Giuseppina will be remembered for her commitment and passion that always distinguished her job in Selle San Marco," the company said in a statement this weekend.