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BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (BRAIN) — The National Interscholastic Cycling League has chosen its next state for expansion of its high school mountain bike race program: Wisconsin. And Trek Bicycle will be a major sponsor of the league in the company's home state.
LOS ANGELES (BRAIN) — Organizers of the Amgen Tour of California have announced the route of the 2014 edition of America's highest ranked stage race. This year's route progresses north to south from May 11 to May 18, covering 740 miles.
DUARTE, Calif. (BRAIN) — Quality Bicycle Products will become the only U.S. distributor of Dahon folding bikes and accessories, the companies announced Friday. Dahon will also continue to sell direct to dealers and provide parts and warranty support to dealers.
SAN FRANCISCO (BRAIN) — The New Albion is a traditional road bike with a lugged high-tensile steel frame that retails for $949.99.
CHICO, Calif. (BRAIN) — Paul Components' Camera Mount is designed to securely attach a GoPro camera to the top of a threadless stem.
ATLANTA (BRAIN) — Wilier Triestina USA has reached an agreement with Creagh Keller Sales to represent the Italian brand in the Mid-Atlantic and Southern regions.
DUARTE, Calif. (BRAIN) — Dahon is drawing inspiration from classic and contemporary Ford vehicles for new range of standard and folding bikes.
DENVER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Alchemy Bicycle Company is consulting with industry veteran Ben Serotta as it develops new retailer strategies. The company said it is developing a plan to help retailers increase profit margins, manage inventory and lower financial risk.
SALT LAKE CITY (BRAIN) — Scott Sports is sponsoring US Military Endurance Sports, a non-profit organization that supports recreational and competitive endurance athletic activities for current and Veteran members of the United States military.
NEW YORK CITY (BRAIN) — Rapha's Cycle Club New York store is hosting an exhibition of Greg LeMond memoribilia, which opened with a VIP party attended by Greg LeMond last Thursday.
Despite continuing winter storms, the event was packed, Rapha's Chris DiStefano said.