WASHINGTON D.C. (BRAIN)—It seems only fitting that with the Ironman World Championship taking place tomorrow in Kona, Hawaii, a new study points to triathlon showing the most major gains amongst all outdoor sports.
BRUSSELS, Belgium (BRAIN)—Bicycle sales in the 27 European Union member countries remained relatively stable in 2010 with total units sold falling less than one percent.
BRUSSELS, Belgium (BRAIN)—The European governing body officially renewed anti-dumping duties today for bikes imported from China at 48.5 percent for the next five years.
SAO PAULO, Brazil (BRAIN)—Rising import duties in Brazil and ongoing pressure from domestic manufacturers for further protection are challenging global brands looking for new business in South America’s largest bike market.
ST. PAUL, MN (BRAIN)—Citing a growing number of customers who are accessing their website via smart phones and tablets, Park Tool is introducing a mobile version of its website, www.parktool.com.
KONA, HI (BRAIN)—Leading up to the Kona Ironman World Championships this weekend, Specialized invited some of its best triathlon dealers to attend the festivities surrounding the race, and enjoy the Hawaiian sun.
NEW YORK, NY (BRAIN)—Manhattan Media's bike-tastic event, The New Amsterdam Bicycle Show: Benefiting Transportation Alternatives, is returning for 2012.
It will be held at the famous Tent at Lincoln Center in Damrosch Park in Manhattan, April 28 and 29 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (BRAIN)—The Dutch government has ordered Accell Group, Gazelle and Giant to pay a total of more than 19 million euros ($25 million) in fines stemming from a 2000 anti-competition case.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN)—Product Architects, Inc., maker of the Polar Bottle, has partnered with the Team Tony Foundation to raise money to support the foundation's mission of helping cancer survivors.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (BRAIN)—Rocky Mountain Bicycles has hired David Haberkam and Shawn Barry as sales representatives for the Idaho, Montana and Wyoming territories.
SEATTLE, WA (BRAIN)—Seattle Bike Supply has promoted three members of its purchasing and product development team and reorganized them into two departments.
ORANGE COUNTY, CA (BRAIN)—Bianchi has teamed up with OC Gran Fondo as the presenting sponsor of the OC Gran Fondo this Saturday, October 8.
“We have grown quickly, and in our second year we are proud to have Bianchi join us as our presenting sponsor,” said Cameron Jackson, director of the event.
MOAB, UT (BRAIN)—Outerbike’s promoter Ashley Korenblat is fired up—and with good reason.
REDLANDS, CA (BRAIN)—Five Ten has appointed Wally Barker as its new chief financial officer.
His professional background includes serving as president and CFO of Quiksilver, Japan.
TEMPE, AZ (BRAIN)—Launched as an online business only, State Bicycle Co. has unveiled a new U.S. dealer program.
State Bicycle Co. focuses on the fixed gear bike market, and is based in Tempe, Arizona.
“Since it's gone viral I think I'm stuck. I need to get some routes. I’ll get to see America. Every form of wildlife in the country, I’m so excited.”
REDONDO BEACH, CA (BRAIN)—Hermosa Cyclery’s Steve Collins is taking air to the next level.
WESTPORT, CT (BRAIN)—Compass Diversified Holdings pulled money out of its revolving credit facility to pay $257.5 million for Camelbak in August. Since Compass has yet to secure a long-term loan for that acquisition, Moody’s downgraded its credit rating from SGL-2 to SGL-3.
DENVER, CO (BRAIN)—Bicycle Retailer & Industry News editors capped off three days of riding in the mile-high city on Friday with visits to Salvagetti Bicycle Workshop, Golden Bike Shop and Wheat Ridge Cyclery.