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BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Two well-known U.S. cycling journalists are joining CyclingTips.com, an Australia-based cycling website that will launch North American coverage on Jan. 1.
NORTH VANCOUVER, British Columbia (BRAIN) — X-Fusion Suspension has announced a new service center for Western Canada, SuspensionWerx, located in North Vancouver.
AMES, Iowa (BRAIN) — North America Cycles has hired Steven Harad as its director of sales. Harad will oversee the formation of a national sales force to begin selling parts, accessories, and bicycles to IBDs.
BOSTON (BRAIN) — Delta Cycle Corp. is introducing a new set of locking wheel skewers, called KnoxNut, that replace standard QR skewers and deter wheel thieves. The KnoxNuts also are available to work with solid axles on single speed, fixed gear or internal gear bikes.
LONDON (BRAIN) — Rapha on Friday introduced the new team kit for the Canyon/SRAM women's WorldTour squad. The company said the high performance kit was designed for aerodynamic performance and said it "has given over a significant section of its R&D to the design of women's high-level racing gear."
CARLSBAD, Calif. (BRAIN) — Focus is working with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commision and Health Canada to recall about 510 road bikes because the carbon fiber steerer can fail.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (BRAIN) — Triathlon Business International has announced the lineup of speakers and panels that will address the needs and issues race directors face at the 6th annual TBI conference.
NOVATO, Calif. (BRAIN) — TK Rep Group will be representing Marin Mountain Bikes in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Hawaii and portions of Northern and Central California, the company announced this week.
KEMPELE, Finland (BRAIN) — Polar is now offering Strava integration with Polar Flow, which creates automatic syncing capabilities for a variety of Polar products including its M450, V650, M400 and V800 computers.
MONTREAL (BRAIN) — Custom framebuilder Guru Cycles sent a letter to dealers this week announcing that the company is going through restructuring.
Guru's Ted Matthews and VP of sales Robert Pinazza declined to comment on the letter or the restructuring on Wednesday afternoon.