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March 11, 2013

OAKLAND, CA (BRAIN) — Juniper Action Strategies, the U.S. agent and distrbutor for Syntace and Liteville products, has changed its name to Radsport USA.

"Radsport" is the German word for "cycle sport" — appropriate as the company works with only German bike brands.

Posted in North America
March 11, 2013
Wheels Manufacturing bottom bracket with standard sealed bearings

SUPERIOR, CO (BRAIN) — Wheels Manufacturing is introducing a made-in-U.S. bottom bracket for Pressfit-30 frames that features Enduro sealed bearings.

Posted in New Products
March 11, 2013

NEW YORK, NY (BRAIN) — The owner of Interbike may be for sale, industry trade site

Posted in Industry News
March 11, 2013

FORT COLLINS, CO (BRAIN) — Niner Bikes has hired Ian Hylands as its full-time photographer and videographer.

Posted in North America
March 11, 2013

SUWANEE, GA (BRAIN) — Blue Competition Cycles, which was purchased late last year by Lake Rudd Capital Partners, has signed 10 new international distributors, the company announced Mon

Posted in International
March 11, 2013
George Simone

KENT, WA (BRAIN) — Raleigh Bicycles has promoted George Simone to national sales director, the company announced Monday. 

Posted in North America
March 10, 2013
The Fizik Antares VS in black and yellow

LAGUNA, CA (BRAIN) — Fizik is adding new colors to its saddle line, including fluorescent pink, green, orange and yellow. The new collection of colors is called the Highlighter Collection.

Posted in New Products
March 8, 2013

SEATTLE, WA (BRAIN) —Nuun and Company has added three new flavors of its drink tablets for the spring and summer seasons.

Posted in New Products
March 8, 2013
Bob Fortune

MADISON, WI (BRAIN) — Robert Fortune, a member of the family that owns Saris Cycling Group and an active cycling advocate, died recently at age 90 after a long illness.

Bob Fortune was the father of Chris Fortune, who co-owns Saris with his wife Sarah.

Posted in North America

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