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GRANGER, IL (BRAIN) — SportCrafters' newest rollers features a single drum that provides simulated real-world resistance.
The feature uses patent-pending eddy current technology completely enclosed in the rear drum, so there's no external devices, and no noise.
ASHLAND, OR (BRAIN) — Prestacycle, llc. has added United Bicycle Supply as a distributor, the companies announced Friday.
UBS specializes in tools, as does Prestacycle, which offers various inflator tools and a small ratchet wrench system.
SPRINGFIELD, MO (BRAIN) — Küat Racks's Vagabond X is the brand's newest roof cargo basket. The company said the $489 black chrome basket is "a bit showier than the original." Like the original, it's a cargo basket that incorporates two fork-mount bike attachments.
DENVER, CO (BRAIN) — Primal Cycling Apparel will be the official apparel provider to Bike MS, its 50 state chapters and its more than 100 annual charity rides.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (BRAIN) — Over the past year, Road ID has quietly grown its U.S. retail sales program to more than 900 dealers, a third of which are IBDs.
LAGUNA HILLS, CA (BRAIN) — Bicycle Retailer & Industry News staff will visit retailers in San Francisco, Chicago and Seattle next year as part of the magazine’s popular Dealer Tour, now entering its fifth year.
LOS GATOS, CA (BRAIN) — Robert Tetzlaff, a two-time Olympic cyclist, multi-time national champion and a beloved elementary school teacher for more than 40 years, died at home last Thursday at 76
COLUMBUS, OH (BRAIN) — Bill Marshall has left Challenge North America after three years as director of the tire company's marketing and sponsorship. Marshall's last day with the brand was October 1.
RAPID CITY, SD (BRAIN) — Strider is offering a special edition Moto Strider that borrows (licensed) styling from COBRA Moto, a maker of mini motorcross bikes.
The Cobra Moto Strider is mechanically the same as a standard Strider but has custom-colored components and graphics.
It was after completing a 2,300-mile bicycle tour from Oregon to Texas in 1980 that Wayne Borroughs began dreaming of opening up a bike shop to help perpetuate his love of bicycle travel. Borroughs worked at a shop in Fort Collins, Colorado, for seven years before opening up his own store, which he ran for another seven. But neither experience truly scratched his itch for touring bikes.