All articles by BRAIN Staff
FOOTHILL RANCH, CA (BRAIN) — From Giant Bicycle headquarters to Oakley headquarters, more than 120 riders wrapped up a three-day, 200-mile trip on Sunday to benefit the Young Survival Coalition, a global organization dedicated to helping young women diagnosed with breast cancer.
CHICAGO, IL (BRAIN) — SRAM Inc. on Thursday announced it was ending its relationship with Lance Armstrong, who used the company's components during his comeback to the sport in 2009 and 2010. SRAM also clarified that Armstrong no longer owned any share in the company.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN) — The butter b1 is a U.S.-made chain holder for cleaning, storing and traveling with a bike with the rear wheel removed.
PAAL-BERINGEN, Belgium (BRAIN) — Ridley is offering a limited edition bike built up with its new 2013 Helium SL frameset.
DELAND, FL (BRAIN) — The European lubricant and cleaner brand Muc-Off is introducing a new body cleanser designed for athletes and others who need to clean off when they don't have opportunity to take a shower or even have a towel.
MADISON, WI (BRAIN) — Trek Bicycle says the patents at the heart of Split Pivot's lawsuit are "unpatentable," and has asked that the case be dismissed. However, a judge in the case has set a date for a jury trial 15 months from now.
PARK CITY, UT (BRAIN) — Backcountry.com is consolidating its online bike business, closing its HuckNroll.com site and moving its mountain bike equipment sales onto CompetitiveCyclist.com.
"HuckNroll.com sold its last item at 5:59am (Tuesday)," the company announced.
KONA, HI (BRAIN) — Continuing a long tradition, journalists at this weekend's Kona Ironman championships counted bikes and other gear used by athletes at the legendary event.
HOUSTON, TX (BRAIN) — Kyle Bennett, a member of the 2008 U.S. Olympic BMX team, was killed early Sunday in a single-vehicle auto accident.
According to reports, Bennett, 33, died when he drove his truck off a road and through a culvert, hitting several trees and a gate.