SAN FRANCISCO, CA (BRAIN)—Cyclists living in San Francisco probably know who Rob Anderson is, and most assuredly, they don't like him him.
Anderson has helped put the kibosh on many San Francisco cycling initiatives, and he's not about to stop anytime soon.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (BRAIN)—The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Cervelo SA, have issued a voluntary recall of about 5,800 Wolf SL carbon fiber bicyle forks.
The manufacturer is True Temper Composite Material Products Co. Ltd, of Guangzhou, China.
With BMX racing taking place in the Olympics right about now, it's got me feeling a bit nostalgic. So nostalgic, in fact, I had to go looking for pictures of my first freestyle bike in the '80s. I guess the only thing I regret is that I gave my Dyno D Tour to the neighbor kid when I left for college.
LAGUNA HILLS, CA (BRAIN)—One of the most stylish racers of the '80s, Billy Griggs, has been nominated for the 2008 American Bicycle Association (ABA) BMX "Hall of Fame."
BLOOMINGTON, MN (BRAIN)—Quality Bicycle Products is now working with ARS Business Solutions, a developer of advanced point-of-sale (POS) and inventory management systems, to help tailor its software for use by bicycle retailers.
WHEELING, IL (BRAIN)—Etxeondo has appointed Ochsner International as the exclusive importer and distributor for Etxeondo cycling clothing in the United States.
BOISE, ID (BRAIN)—The Outdoor Industries Women’s Coalition (OIWC) is now accepting nominations for two awards supporting women in the industry.
MADISON, WI (BRAIN)—While new products and retail services were the focus at this year’s Trek World, the close to 2,000 retail attendees also heard about the company’s ongoing advocacy program, One World Two Wheels.
NEWBURY PARK, CA (BRAIN)—Giant Bicycles is launching its first "Giant Bicycle Store" called Cycle Star this October in Santa Maria, California.
Santa Maria is located 75 miles north of Santa Barbara off the 101 freeway.
Talk about a dedicated rider.
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BEIJING, China (BRAIN)—Not that the other Olympic sports aren't exciting, but nothing will probably hold a candle to BMX racing's first time out at this year's Games.
The Men's and Women's preliminaries start today.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (BRAIN)—A bill that strengthens the reach of the governing body that oversees product safety regulations, including those for bicycles, has cleared its final hurdle.
President George W. Bush signed the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 into law last Thursday.
LAS VEGAS, NV (BRAIN)—Interbike's annual OutDoor Demo at Bootleg Canyon, Nevada, is on schedule to meet or exceed last year's event.
Currently, the OutDoor Demo has 63,500 of net-sold, square-feet of exhibit space and is continuing to grow as manufacturers submit exhibiting contracts.
GT's BMX racer and Olympian Mike Day will be making his first ever appearance on Fuel TV's The Daily Habit. Check it out tonight at 6 p.m. (PST)/9 p.m. (EST).
"Would you like a room with a nice big work space? What's this look like a Holiday Inn?"
CHICAGO, IL (BRAIN)—BE Innovations of Chicago has signed an agreement with Performance, Inc., to sell ZYM Endurance and ZYM Catapult portable sports drinks in Performance
Bicycle stores nationwide.
CHATTANOOGA, TN (BRAIN)—American Bicycle Group has hired Jeff Zajac as its new plant manager.
"We are extremely delighted to have Jeff joining the team and look forward to his proficiency in overseeing the daily operation of the plant," said Peter Hurley, chief executive officer of ABG.
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN)— Nissan will be shifting into high gear at Eurobike, as the Japanese carmaker has signed on as the sponsor and partner of the leading trade show for the international bicycle industry this September 4-7.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN)—The Selling Cycling web- and DVD-based staff training program recently set a new record by surpassing its 300,000th training incident for the 2008 season, according to Ray Keener, Growth Cycle President.
The success is the result of several factors, Keener said.