BORDENTOWN, NJ (BRAIN)—Princeton Tec's "Got Lights On Bikes" photo contest is here, giving amateur bike-loving photographers a shot at glory.
The catch: the digital shot has to involve lights on bikes.
NORTHVALE, NJ (BRAIN)—Jamis Bicycles has added two new sales representatives to support continued expansion in northern California.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN)—Follow mountain bike advocates—including IMBA's executive director and government affairs director—in real time as they update their progress at the 2009 League of American Bicyclists' National Bike Summit in Washington, D.C.
FRYEBURG, ME (BRAIN)—Despite receiving 24 inches of snow four days before, and 8 inches the night after, dealers traveled from all over New England to attend Downeast Bicycle Specialists’ annual Open House at the beginning of March.
"I'm looking California
And feeling Minnesota..."
—Soundgarden. Click on link to check out Part II of LC's recent trip to Minnesota.
WASHINGTON D.C. (BRAIN)—The League of American Bicyclists have picked 34 new Bicycle Friendly Business award winners, which includes first platinum designations to New Belgium Brewing Company in Fort Collins, Colorado, and Bike Gallery of Portland, Oregon.
SUNSET BEACH, CA (BRAIN)—Alienation BMX has hired Rob Morgan as its new west coast sales rep.
Morgan comes to the job with 15 years of BMX experience, which includes riding, video production and judging at major contests.
MONTEREY, CA (BRAIN)—Register for the Bicycle Leadership Conference online through March 30 and save $125. Simply register as an “industry advocate” and you’ll get access to cycling’s most important conference of the year. Click on link to register.
BOULDER CITY, NV (BRAIN)—Celebrate the life of mountain bike legend Brent Thomson on the trails that he made famous—Bootleg Canyon, Nevada.
MEQUON, WI (BRAIN)—Hayes Bicycle Group and Muchachos International announced Wednesday that they have settled all outstanding lawsuits in their long-running dispute that reached from Milwaukee to Taichung, Taiwan.
A one-sentence joint press release from Hayes lawyer Ann Maher gave no details.
GRENCHEN, Switzerland (BRAIN)—Mike Hürlimann has replaced Andreas Georgiadis as chief executive officer of International Sport Holding Group, the parent company of BMC bicycles.
PORT COQUITLAM, British Columbia (BRAIN)—Norco and Pacific Brands have reached an exclusive distribution agreement for the Australia and New Zealand markets starting with the 2010 season.
LEXINGTON, SC (BRAIN)—The Hawley Company has expanded its Account Management Team with the hiring of Chris Fallon for the New England region, Bob Aceto for the Pennsylvania and New Jersey region and Herb Hart for New York.
BETHEL, CT (BRAIN)—Cannondale Sports Group (CSG) has appointed Jeff McGuane as its new president of CSG North America.
McGuane replaces Jeff Frehner, who left the company last August because intensive travel between his home in Madison, Wisconsin, and Cannondale's headquarters in Bethel, Connecticut.
"The biggest evolution will happen between man's ears - in our minds. Once we realize the potential of the bike, there are endless things that can be done with a two-wheeled vehicle."
—Gary Fisher. Click on link to read entire story
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PACOIMA, CA (BRAIN)—Kemco International has hired industry veteran Ron Blocher as its new U.S. sales representative.
Blocher had been the owner of United Bicycle Parts, a distributor located in Ashland, Oregon. UBP folded up shop in late January because business was slow.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (BRAIN)—Eight professional framebuilders from three countries have spent the last 24 months working together to create an international organization which they hope can strengthen the trade, pay homage to its past, and work towards ensuring that its future is bright and profitable.
BOURNEMOUTH, UK (BRAIN)—Blackstone owned Center Parcs report that summer bookings are up 44 percent as more Brits seem to be choosing to vacation at home this year.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (BRAIN)—With less than two weeks to go before the start of this year’s National Bike Summit, March 10-12, pre-registration is already at more than 450 participants, according to Andy Clarke, president of the League of American Bicyclists, which organizes the annual event.