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BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Stages Cycling is now selling and shipping Stages Power LR, its first power meter that measures left and right side power.

AMES, Iowa (BRAIN) — Tunturi Fitness, which was founded in 1922 in Finland, is returning to the U.S. market with an agreement with wholesaler North America Cycles to distribute cardio equipment for both home and professional use.

LODI, Calif. (BRAIN) — Williams Cycling is now offering its System wheelsets in 45/60 and 60/90 pairings, with a shallower wheel profile in the front combined with a deeper section in the rear to balance weight, aerodynamics and handling.

BREDBURY, England (BRAIN) — Renthal has launched an Ultra Tacky version for its Push-On grip in response to demand from the company's World Cup DH and Enduro World Series riders.

CHICAGO (BRAIN) — SRAM has announced a new mountain bike brake system, the Guide T, a trail and enduro brake that features a lightweight four-piston caliper.

OGDEN, Utah (BRAIN) — Reynolds new Trail Rated wheels are positioned as a lower-priced alternative to the brand's Blacklabel models, with prices starting at $1,549.

The new models are also available with six color options.

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Dutch cyclist Thomas Dekker reveals the lifestyle of pro cyclists during the height of the EPO era in his book Descent, which is now available in English for the first time.

ASOLO, Italy (BRAIN) — Alpinestars' Andres Tech Shirt is constructed from a cotton and poly flannel main shell that incorporates a windproof layer on the upper chest and shoulders.

ST. CHARLES, Ill. (BRAIN) — Sigma's new Nugget II Flash features a refreshed design, improved features and a significant price reduction compared to its predecessor model.

The new RadCity Step-Thru.

SEATTLE (BRAIN) — Rad Power Bikes, a Seattle-based consumer-direct e-bike company, has announced its 2018 bike lineup, which includes its new RadCity Step-Thru model.

Tagged Electric bike

OGDEN, Utah (BRAIN) — ENVE has announced the M525 G wheelset, which makes its M525 mountain bike rims available with road bike hubs, for use on gravel bikes. The M525 rim is a wide carbon hookless rim designed to reduce pinch flats.

DENVER, Colo. (BRAIN) — PepPod is now packing its effervescent, drink-soluble tablets in 20-count, single-packet boxes.

BALLSTON SPA, N.Y. (BRAIN) — Unior USA is now stocking its Crank Saver kit, which was introduced at Eurobike earlier this year.

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (BRAIN) — Cane Creek Cycling Components has announced a limited edition colorway for its HELM fork as well as three limited edition colorways for its 110 headset.

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — Chrome Industries is now offering a knife roll, developed with renowned chef Chris Cosentino, who has restaurants near Chrome's operations in San Francisco with Cockscomb and now in Portland with Jackrabbit.

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Happi Headware is a new brand formed by 15-year-old mountain biker Alyssa Feinberg, who wanted a solution to post-ride helmet hair.

The company offers more than 20 printed designs in two models: one for summer and one for winter. 

ANAHEIM, Calif. (BRAIN) — Demolition has released several new colors for its aluminum BMX pedal, the Trooper AL. The new colors include Matte Black, Rasta, and Black Jacket.

WATERTOWN, Mass. (BRAIN) — "Advances in component technology too often weigh more than their predecessors," said Seven founder Rob Vandermark. "Disc brakes, thru-axles, tapered steerer forks, PressFit bottom brackets, wider tires, etc. They all add significant weight to a bike. With XX we are leveraging our experience and our materials to their limits to push frame weight back down again."

ORLANDO, Fla. (BRAIN) — Catrike has released its new 700 model, which is nan evolution of Catrike's existing speed-focused model. The updated 700 offers a low, aerodynamic body position, lightweight frame and high-end components.

GOLDEN, Colo. (BRAIN) — Open is now offering a special edition of its New U.P. frame, painted in the trademark turquoise colors of Yeti Cycles.

Yeti Cycles' owner, Chris Conroy, and Open's co-founder, Andy Kessler, are longtime friends who worked together at Scott-Schwinn in Colorado in the 1990s.


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