VALENCIA, CA (BRAIN)—For 2009, Road Bike Action Magazine will expand to nine issues.
After a successful 2008, highlighted by the launch of www.roadbikeaction.com in July, the magazine's slogan for 2009 has become “Nine Great Issues in '09."
LOS ANGELES, CA (BRAIN)—The LA Times sent author and endurance cyclist Roy Wallack to Interbike to test out the latest and greatest SUBs (sport utility bikes) on the market.
Click on the link to see his full report.
PITTSBURGH, PA (BRAIN)—Dirt Rag Magazine is launching a new magazine called Bicycle Times.
This new magazine will focus on the pavement side of the bicycle experience—from commuting, to touring, to riding with family, to just pedaling around.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN)—VeloNews, under its new owners, San Diego-based Competitor Group, is shifting gears as it sprints into a new media environment where consumers are getting information from print, the Web and now their cellphones.
LOS ANGELES, CA (BRAIN)—LA Times staff writer David Colker took a look at e-bikes while at Interbike. Click on link to see his full report.
NEWBURY PARK, CA (BRAIN)—The "NBC Nightly News" on Monday featured Tom Brokaw (pictured) cruising Tiananmen Square on a Giant bike.
It was nearly 20 years ago that Brokaw rode a bike with a hidden camera through Tiananmen Square just after the 1989 student uprising.
Click on link to see segment.
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA (BRAIN)—Future, the special interest media company is celebrating its biggest month yet for its online cycling portfolio, after almost 3 million users visited BikeRadar.com and CyclingNews.com in July.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN)—Velonews.com added a new products section to its Web site a few months ago and the site is looking to lift the profile of the section as it continues to rebuild its offerings after its redesign.
FORT COLLINS, CO (BRAIN)—"Don't you just love this time of year, when the birds, boats and cyclists come out? Well, two out of three ain't bad."
That was Larimer County Sheriff Jim Alderden (pictured) in a recent column he penned online.
NEWBURY PARK, CA (BRAIN)—Two Giant Bicycle dealers are to be featured in a news story for the "CBS Evening News with Katie Couric" tonight.
Broadcast news schedules are subject to change and the story may get moved to another date, depending on coverage of breaking news events.
REDMOND, WA (BRAIN)—Microsoft has formed a partnership with media company Rodale to deliver targeted advertising across Rodale's portfolio of health and fitness properties.
COLOGNE, Germany (BRAIN)—Germany’s largest retailer co-op is putting on an unprecedented expo of its own this month, showcasing its house brands and getting a head start not only on the big fall trade expositions but on mainline brands’ dealer shows.
MELBOURNE, Australia (BRAIN)—Bicycle Industry News, a trade publishing Web site in Australia, may hit your e-mail box soon. Tom Sherlock is taking over the site effective July 1.
NEW YORK, NY (BRAIN)—There are many different facets to Lance Armstrong, and the New York Times tries explaining them in this Sunday feature story.
Click on link to read.
VALENCIA, CA (BRAIN)—Hi-Torque Publications will launch an all-new Web site, Roadbikeaction.com, on July 5.
NEW YORK, NY (BRAIN)—Rodale has promoted Loren Mooney to editor-in-chief of Bicycling magazine, effective September 2. She will take over for Steve Madden, who was promoted to vice president, editorial director of Rodale International.
NEW YORK, NY (BRAIN)—Rodale has promoted Chris Lambiase to vice president and group publisher for Running and Cycling, effective May 12.
EMMAUS, PA (BRAIN)—Bicycling magazine is holding a steady pace in a negative advertising environment in which consumer magazine publishers are struggling to maintain ad revenue.
SANTA FE, NM (BRAIN)—Outside magazine unveiled its best places to work in its May issue that hit newsstands yesterday.
NEWBURY PARK, CA (BRAIN)—Jeff Lenosky will appear on “Weekend Today” on NBC-TV on Saturday, April 12. Giant Bicycle’s urban freeride marvel is scheduled in the final half-hour of the program, between 8:30 a.m. and 9 p.m.