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April 25, 2016

SAN JOSE, Calif. (BRAIN) — Giant Bicycle is working with Bicycle Blue Book, encouraging its dealers to use the company's used bike trade-in program to drive new bike sales.

Posted in North America
April 22, 2016

HELSINKI (BRAIN) — Mavic sales were down 2 percent in the first quarter, according to its parent, Amer Sports, which reported its total sales were up about 10 percent.

Posted in International
April 22, 2016

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — The Danish ceramic bearing manufacturer CeramicSpeed has hired ORIS Intel for U.S. retail price monitoring services, and is announcing new policies it says will protect its resellers.

Posted in North America
April 22, 2016
TEMPE, Ariz. (BRAIN) — State Bicycle Co.'s new Megalith Fat Bike is designed for snow, sand or pavement.
Posted in New Products
April 22, 2016

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (BRAIN) — Santa Cruz Bicycles has added Mike Mautner as the company's second outside factory rep for the state of California as well as the Nick Henjum
 of the Tsunami Sales Group to cover Arizona, New Mexico and Southern Nevada.

Posted in North America
April 22, 2016

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (BRAIN) — Quality Bicycle Products has added three new full-time sales representatives: Tyler Anderson, Neil Hailstone and Jesse Moran.

Posted in North America
Distributor also adds two account managers to service California retailers.
April 22, 2016

MILWAUKEE (BRAIN) — Donald J. Goniu, who founded Olympic Cycle Supply with his father, died Wednesday at 89.

Posted in North America
April 21, 2016

PRATO, Italy (BRAIN) — Formula’s new Cura hydraulic mountain bike disc brakes include features that will interest consumers and mechanics.

Posted in New Products
April 21, 2016

NORTHVALE, N.J. (BRAIN) —Jamis Bicycles hired Doug Martin as the company's new director of sports marketing and communications. Martin will be based in the company's Santa Ana, California, office.

Posted in North America
April 20, 2016

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — The Outdoor Industries Women's Coalition says it is supporting its member companies in opposing North Carolina's HB2 law, as well as similar proposed legislation in other states.

Posted in North America

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