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CHICAGO (BRAIN) — Timbuk2 on Friday celebrated the opening of its new retail store in Chicago, the fourth U.S. location for the bag and accessories brand and first east of the Mississippi.
BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — The third annual CycloFemme rides held May 11 to mark Women's Global Cycling Day were held in 303 communities worldwide, the organization announced Monday.
BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Tim Johnson's Ride on Chicago (formerly Tim Johnson's Ride on Washington) is preparing for the annual five-day bike tour benefiting PeopleForBikes.
Johnson, a pro cyclocross racer, and 24 other riders will get underway May 29 in Kansas City, finishing in Chicago June 2.
ST. CHARLES, Ill. (BRAIN) — Sigma is now offering two "out-front" mounts for its ROX cycling computers, called the Butler GPS and the Butler 2450 STS.
DETROIT, Mich. (BRAIN) — In order to offer a better fit for smaller riders, American bike manufacturer Detroit Bikes has announced it will begin production on a new frame style, the B-Type, early next week.
PORT COQUITLAM, British Columbia (BRAIN) — Norco’s new 2015 Threshold ’cross race bike is heavily influenced by the B.C. brand’s mountain bike heritage, with through-axles both front (15-mil) and rear (12-mil), disc brakes, snappy handling and a sub-1,000-gram, laterally stiff carbon frame.
HELENA, Mont. (BRAIN) — The Montana Bicycle Guild of Helena has announced the inaugural run of the Montana Enduro Series. The series is an outgrowth of Montana’s original enduro race, the popular Helenduro series, held every year since 2009.
PROVO, Utah (BRAIN) — Action camera brand Contour, which returned to the market with a new owner earlier this year, has signed pro freerider Cam Zink to use and endorse its cameras.
KETCHUM, Idaho (BRAIN) — Club Ride Apparel is now sponsoring the Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies road cycling team, which is competing in the Tour of California this week.
SAN DIEGO (BRAIN) — In cooperation with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, BMC is recalling three lifestyle bike models — Alpenchallenge, Masschallenge and Urbanchallenge — because of breakage issues with their Aprebic forks. The forks can break above the brake mount. No injuries have been reported, and the recall affects 160 bikes.