FOXBORO, MA (BRAIN)—Delta Cycle Corp. moved into a new office space that will serve as a showroom for its products.
LAGUNA HILLS, CA (BRAIN)—Bicycle Retailer & Industry News is conducting its first ever industry-wide “Green Survey.”
ST. LOUIS, MO (BRAIN)—The St. Louis Regional Bicycle Federation’s sixth Bicycle Swap Meet and Classic Bike Show is gearing up and it needs you to sell your bicycles and anything bicycle related.
SAN ANSELMO, CA (BRAIN)—Share the Trail, a campaign of the Bicycle Trails Council of Marin and Access4Bikes, has launched a new Web site as one of the key components of its public awareness program.
Marin Bikes announced that product manager Jason Faircloth and wife Amy had a baby girl Friday, December 7 at 10:17 a.m. Their daughter, Sofie, measured 22 inches long and weighed 8 lbs at birth. Both Amy and Jason are resting with their new joy.
DENVER, CO (BRAIN)—Serotta International Cycling Institute (SICI) has just announced the lineup for the 2nd Annual Cycling Science Symposium and Expo.
LOS ANGELES, CA (BRAIN)—Critical Mass' future may be as hazy as the L.A. skyline with police cracking down amid residents' complaints, according to a recent L.A. Times story.
CHARLOTTE, NC (BRAIN)—Gita Sporting Goods will end its distribution agreement with SG Sensortechnik GmbH & Co KG, parent company of Ergomo, effective January 8, 2008, due to product reliability issues.
"Pete was well-loved and well-respected worldwide. People from everywhere are calling. He'll be so missed. He's the diplomat of surfing.
BOISE, ID (BRAIN)—Outdoor Industries Women’s Coalition (OIWC) has hired Amy Luther as its national program coordinator.
SEYMOUT, CT (BRAIN)—Thule has hired Timothy Makris as vice president of product development.
Makris will be responsible for overseeing the product development, engineering and quality departments. Makris will report to president Fred Clark.
LOS ANGELES, CA (BRAIN)—Midnight Ridazz, the biggest bicycle club in L.A., was featured in yesterday's L.A. Times Calendar section.
Midnight Ridaz last ride featured 1,400 cyclists, according to group leader Monica Howe (a.k.a. Muff).
RENTON, WA (BRAIN)—When owner Dave Groom and his Center Cycle staff built a pump track behind their shop, Groom never thought it would flood, especially with a drainage system.
But that’s exactly what happened as a result of the massive flooding that has hit the Northwest in recent days.
SAN DIEGO, CA (BRAIN)—Registration is now open for "the cycling industry's most prestigious golf tournament," the 11th annual BLC Invitational.
Participation is open to all Bicycle Leadership Conference attendees and guests.
NORRISTOWN, PA (BRAIN)—Pro Cycling Tour (PCT) has named Robin Zellner and Andrea Bialick, two veteran cycling experts, as the technical directors for its 2008 Pennsylvania races—the Commerce Bank Triple Crown of Cycling and the all-new U-25 American Eagle Outfitters Tour of Pennsylvania, presented by Highmark Health
TRABUCO CANYON, CA (BRAIN)—Xterra Adventures, a multi-sport adventure travel company, and Specialized Bicycles have teamed up to provide a star-studded tour for Specialized Riders Club members.
LOS ANGELES, CA (BRAIN)—Thousands of bicycle riders from around the world acknowledged World AIDS Day on December 1, 2007 by cycling 27 miles in recognition of the 27 years that the pandemic has been in existence.
WOODLAND, CA (BRAIN)—Tree trimmer and convicted felon Charles Kevin Cunningham has been sentenced to 31 years, four months to life for the murder of John Finley Scott.
Cunningham, 48, was found guilty of first-degree murder and grand theft on Oct. 23.