All articles by BRAIN Staff
SARASOTA, FL (BRAIN) — Fulcrum North America has hired a mobile tech rep.
BAR HARBOR, ME (BRAIN) — On this critical Columbus Day weekend, auto traffic and hotel vacancies are down — but the bike riding is great — in this harbor town that serves as the entry point to Acadia National Park.
NORCROSS, GA (BRAIN) — Blue Competition Cycles' office outside of Atlanta has been closed for about two weeks and negotiations continue to sell the dormant brand, the company's former CEO told BRAIN.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (BRAIN) — Urban cycling is showing strong signs of growth throughout this South American country prompting Shimano to once again sponsor Shimano Fest Argentina.
LEXINGTON, SC (BRAIN) — South Carolina-based distributor Hawley has added WD-40 Bike products to its catalog.
GILBERT, AZ (BRAIN) — USA BMX has launched a new after school enrichment program based on a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curriculum. The program, which had a soft rollout in April, is now integrated into more than 20 school districts across the United States.
NEW YORK, NY (BRAIN) — Sharkies has introduced a caffeinated version of its organic energy chews.
The new Turbo Energy Chews, available in strawberry flavor, has caffeine from white tea equivalent to a half-shot of espresso.
MORGAN HILL, CA (BRAIN) — Specialized on Thursday launched a new bike aimed at women who train and compete in triathlons. The Alias model is designed to allow riders to easily switch between a triathlon race position with aero bars and a traditional road position for training.
SHELBY TWP, MI (BRAIN) — Vibra-Stop, a thread locker, sealant, and anti-vibration compound, is now available in an aerosol spray can and is being marketed for bicycle use.
The company said it had to overcome challenges involving curing and instability to make the compound available as an aerosol.
SACRAMENTO, CA (BRAIN) — Advocates are prepping for next month’s California Bike Summit, which will be held in Oakland Nov. 7-10.