BRAIN Staff

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April 12, 2017

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — Showers Pass has reached a multi-year partnership with the International Mountain Bicycling Association and its Trail Solutions team.

Posted in North America
April 12, 2017

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (BRAIN) — Todson is now distributing products from Flaér, a company that makes an automatic on-bike chain luber system.

Posted in International
April 11, 2017

VENICE, Calif. (BRAIN) — Cycling computer startup OMATA has hired Ezra Shaffer as its head of marketing and commerce. The hire comes as the company prepares to release its Kickstarter-funded analog GPS speedometer, the OMATA One, this summer.

Posted in North America
April 11, 2017

BATH, U.K. (BRAIN) — Shift Active Media, which operates the Global Cycling Network and Global Mountain Bike Network YouTube channels, has hired Will Fripp as a brand director.

Posted in North America
April 11, 2017

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (BRAIN) — G-Form, known for its mountain bike protective gear, is getting into the baseball market with a line of protective gear and has announced a three-year partnership with the Boston Red Sox.

Posted in North America
April 11, 2017

SAN MATEO, Calif. (BRAIN) — GoPro has introduced its first-ever trade-up program, offering U.S. consumers as much as $100 off a new HERO5 camera.

Posted in North America
April 11, 2017

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — Showers Pass new The Odyssey Jacket is made for urban cycling, with a lightweight soft shell material with a reflective map design.

Posted in New Products
April 11, 2017

AMSTERDAM (BRAIN) — Accell Group announced Tuesday that it had received a takeover offer from Pon Holdings for 845 million euros ($895 million).

Posted in International
April 11, 2017

NAMPA, Idaho (BRAIN) — Deity has hired industry veteran Silas Hesterberg as its new global distribution and OE manager.

Posted in International
April 10, 2017

HELENA, Mont. (BRAIN) — A Montana House committee has removed an amendment that would have charged out-of-state bicycle riders a $25 fee — a proposal that might have been an April Fools joke.

Posted in North America

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