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WASHINGTON, D.C. (BRAIN) — The League of American Bicyclists’ Women Bike program recently awarded $7,500 in grants to organizations in four cities in an effort to engage more women of all ages and from all backgrounds in cycling.
CHICAGO, IL (BRAIN) — SRAM is introducing an upgraded version of its mountain bike trigger shifters for three of its parts groups, and is trickling down its Type 2 anti-chain slap feature to its X7-level rear derailleur.
The company said all the updated parts are available this month.
ATASCADERO, CA (BRAIN) — Ice Toolz' new tool offerings include the 54R1- Disc Brake Universal maintainance Kit.
MILAN, Italy (BRAIN) — Italian eyewear company Luxottica Group reported this month that first-quarter sales for its wholesale division — in which Southern California-based Oakley is a key brand — jumped 7.5 percent compared with a year earlier to 781 million euros ($1 billion), helping propel overall comp
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN) — Three new brands — Chamois Butt’r, Wilderness Trail Bikes and LegLube — have added SmartEtailing’s Buy Local Now referral feature to their websites.
VISTA, CA (BRAIN) — Dorothy Nichols has joined women’s bike apparel brand Shebeest as its national sales manager, heading up sales in the IBD and specialty sporting goods channels. Nichols, who will be based out of Denver, Colorado, will begin the new role June 3.
CARLSBAD, CA (BRAIN) — Spy Inc. reported overall first-quarter sales of $9 million, up 11 percent from $8.1 million a year earlier, and narrowed its net loss as the eyewear supplier’s Happy Lens Collection got off to strong launch.
PORTLAND, OR (BRAIN) — Chris King Precision Components has restructured its sales model and increased production of its Cielo high-end steel bike line so that any authorized Chris King dealer can begin stocking and selling the framesets.
LONDON, England (BRAIN) — Future plc, publisher of Cyclingnews.com, BikeRadar.com and a handful of cycling print publications including Cycling Plus, saw a decline in group revenue of 1 percent in its first financial half, even as digital revenue was up 33 percent year-on-year and now represents 25 percent