MONTEREY, CA (BRAIN)—Mike Sinyard, founder and president of Specialized Bicycles, prompted a round of resounding applause when he reminded attendees at the Bicycle Leadership Conference that the industry—whether manufacturing products, supporting racing or selling products at retail—requires passion if it’s to succe
BETHEL, CT (BRAIN)—Dorel Industries is spending $5 million on a new national marketing campaign to pump new life into the Schwinn brand and attract dealers in the specialty channel.
TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN)—March sales revenue for Taiwan’s two leading manufacturers soared in the double digits, while Ideal’s revenue fell for the second straight month, according to first quarter sales numbers released this week on the Taiwan Stock Exchange.
DENVER, CO (BRAIN)—Gates Corp., maker of the clean, quiet and sturdy Carbon Drive System, has launched CarbonDriveU—a series of entertaining Web videos that explains the benefits of Carbon Drive and how to install and
Kona is once again holding its Ride Photo Contest at www.konaworld.com. First place takes home a whopping $500 Kona store credit. Click on above link to find out more.
MONTEREY, CA (BRAIN)—Over the course of the next three days, some 8,500 athletes will compete in mountain and road disciplines; 325 bike companies will show their wares in the exhibitor area; and 4,700 spectators will see all the action unfold here at the Laguna Seca Raceway.
“For most Chicagoans, riding a bicycle is primarily recreational. But in the developing world, a bicycle is a powerful and simple form of mobility that can mean the difference between getting to school, getting essential medical care and making a living… or not.
CHAPEL HILL, NC (BRAIN)—Performance Bicycle, and the SpokesWomen Syndicate, an organization dedicated to getting more women into the sport of cycling, have announced that the Performance Bicycle Racing team is set to make its
debut for the 2010 season.
ONTARIO, Canada (BRAIN)—Trek Bicycle, and the Trek Store of Toronto, have teamed up to form the Trek Canada Mountain Bike Race Team.
EMMAUS, PA (BRAIN)—Bicycling Magazine has released "America's Top 50 Bike Friendly Cities."
There are many important things a city can do to gain Bicycling's consideration for this list: segregated bike lanes, municipal bike racks and bike boulevards, to name a few.
TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN)—Taiwan's Giant Manufacturing Co, the world's largest bicycle maker by revenue, is planning to invest an initial $36 million (USD) on a new bicycle and electric car plant in eastern China, according to the AFP news organization.
Win $300 of Lezyne products and a ride with with Geoff Kabush and Andreas Hestler at this year's Sea Otter.
Click on link to find out more.
AMES, IA (BRAIN)—Cycle Force Group is now carrying Pedalite lighting products that include 360 Degree Visibility Pedal Lights, Baglite and Anklelite.
Pedalite International is a UK based company that designs, manufactures and distributes environmentally friendly safety products worldwide.
LOS ANGELES, CA (BRAIN)—Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) and AEG, owners respectively of the Tour de France and the Amgen Tour of California cycling races, have expanded their media partnership to provide unprecedented coverage of the Amgen Tour of California in 2010.
HIGHLAND, CA (BRAIN)—Bahati Foundation Pro Cycling Team member Jorge Alvarado was struck and killed last Thursday evening in San Bernardino County by a teenager who was racing his car, according to local sheriff's officials.
MADONE, Italy (BRAIN)—Vittoria S.p.A. continues to shape its international expansion as it has appointed Ralph Prins to area sales manager of Benelux.
"Congrats to Phil Mickelson on his 3rd Masters victory. His wife and mom both battling breast cancer. They inspire us. Livestrong."
—Lance Armstrong (via Twitter)
VISTA, CA (BRAIN)—Masi Bicycles has appointed Monterey Industries as its exclusive distributor of Masi Bicycles and Brev. M parts in the UK and Ireland.
NEWBURY PARK, CA (BRAIN)—Giant Bicycle has introduced a new national retail education program focused on helping retailers market and sell to women.
BLOOMINGTON, MN (BRAIN)—The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Civia Cycles, has issued a volunary recall of about 800 Hyland bicycles and carbon bicycle forks.
The bicycle fork can crack or break, posing a fall hazard to the consumer.