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NEW YORK, NY (BRAIN) — Serotta and Blue Competition Cycles are joining Mad Fiber Wheels under the umbrella of the Divine Cycling Group, an investment group formed last year. DCG bought Mad Fiber, its first industry acquisition, in February.
SEYMOUR, CT (BRAIN) — Thule has hired Chris Peck to become the company's new vice president of product development. Peck was most recently global vice president of R&D at Dorel's Cycling Sports Group.
BRUSSELS, Belgium (BRAIN) — The European Two-Wheeler Parts and Accessories Industry Association (COLIPED) recently elected a new president and vice president at its general assembly. Jan Willem ten Dam, CEO of Ryde International, assumes the role of president and Erhard Büchel is now vice president.
COSTA MESA, CA (BRAIN) — James Moore, owner of Moore’s Bike Shop in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, is the new president of the board of the National Bicycle Dealers Association.
HAVERHILL, MA (BRAIN) — Mavic is introducing its first mountain bike wheel-tire combo, the Crossmax Enduro WTS. The wheelset, available in 26-inch and 27.5-inch versions, is intended for enduro racing. The company also is introducing a new shoe intended for the fast-growing discipline.
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (BRAIN) — Forest fires in Colorado are closer to being under control, but the fires created a very busy — and nerve wracking — week for one industry supplier in Colorado Springs.
MENDHAM, NJ (BRAIN) — Van Dessel Cycles has received "a substantial infusion of money" from a private investor from Hong Kong, the brand's founder announced Tuesday.
HOOD RIVER, OR (BRAIN) — Dakine has moved its headquarters from downtown Hood River to a new waterfront development at the city's port. The company's new home is adjacent to a famous kiteboarding and windsurfing destination and minutes away from mountain bike trails.
By Tim Blumenthal, president of Bikes Belong
CHICAGO, IL (BRAIN) — SRAM's new QuickView Computer Mount Adaptor allows riders to use the company's handlebar computer mount with Garmin computers that have a slide mount or a quarter-turn twist mount.