TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN)—Executives at Eurobike and Bike Expo, a new German trade show in Munich, tiptoe around the phrase “trade show war.” But Messe Friedrichshafen and Messe München appear headed for a toe-to-toe slugfest over the world’s leading trade show—Eurobike.
"I would have said a mountain lion, or Katie Couric, jumped out in front of me."
—Matt Lauer, confronting ESPN's Tony Kornheiser, who accused Lauer of making up the story about a deer jumping out in front of him while he was riding his bike last weekend. Lauer ended with his arm in a sling as a result.
SAUK RAPIDS, MN (BRAIN)—ARS Business Solutions has released an advanced utility that electronically transmits product data from the ARS Point-of-Sale (POS) and Inventory Management Software (IMS) to QBP, allowing QBP to pre-apply custom merchandise labels prior to order shipment.
WHISTLER, British Columbia (BRAIN)—After celebrating a year of milestones in 2008 including more than 800,000 webcast and online content views, the first-ever double backflip at a major mountain bike competition and the birth of the Giant Slalom and the VW Trick Showdown, Kokanee Crankworx is ready to blow the lid o
OGDEN, UT (BRAIN)—Edge Composites has appointed Beverly Lucas vice president of global sales and marketing and Jason Sager as outside sales/events coordinator.
CORAL SPRINGS, FL (BRAIN)—Custom Cycle Supply has launched its "Top Shelf Collection."
The idea is simple: make a top of the line, no holds barred complete bike using product from the Custom Cycle Supply product offerings.
NEW YORK, NY (BRAIN)—A U.S. district judge ruled on Tuesday that a copyright infringement lawsuit between Cycle Publishing owner Robert Van Der Plas and cycling author Julie Harrell will proceed to a pretrial conference.
SAN DIEGO, CA (BRAIN)—Tommasini has shifted to a direct sales strategy in an attempt to help rebuild the niche Italian brand in the United States.
NEWBURY PARK, CA (BRAIN)—Giant Bicycle has promoted Gregg Frederick to the position of director of sales and business development.
NORCROSS, GA (BRAIN)—Blue Competition Cycles has signed a three-year agreement as the official bicycle sponsor of the Chicago Triathlon.
“My front wheel was blowing all over the place and it was all I could do to go 7-8 mph. I mean, Christ...birds weren't even out flying because they knew better!!”
—Tara Llanes. Click on link to see what Tara is talking about.
MONTEREY, CA (BRAIN)—If the word "downhill" conjures up a 10-foot putt instead of Downieville then you should listen up.
LAGUNA NIGUEL, CA (BRAIN)—The 2009 Bicycle Leadership Conference has a new feature.
EMMAUS, PA (BRAIN)—Bicycling will debut two new feature columns in the magazine’s May issue, available on newsstands April 7.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN)—Gruppo Bici N.A. has signed an exclusive agreement with Compagnia Editoriale S.r.l. and La Cuba S.r.l. According to terms of the agreement, Gruppo Bici N.A.
MADRID, Spain (BRAIN)—Lance Armstrong's comeback to competitive road cycling came to a crashing halt on narrow country road in Spain yesterday.
HAUPPAUGE, NY (BRAIN)—Nine ex employees of Iron Horse Bicycle Company have launched a new company in the wake of their former employer’s demise.
East Coast Cycle Supply formed on Feb. 1, the day after the group was fired as Iron Horse went belly up.
NEW YORK, NY (BRAIN)—Tough times call for tough measures.
Worksman Cycles' president Wayne Sosin knows all too well what this means. He's had to adjust his business model to adapt to a changing economy.
"Love, peace and taco grease."
—Food Network's Guy Fieri