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Posted April 6, 2008

CALGARY, Alberta (BRAIN)—Chariot has launched a new and improved Web site.

The completely redesigned site includes many new features including an easier to navigate layout.

Posted in North America Tagged Web/Internet
Posted April 6, 2008

VISTA, CA (BRAIN)—Bicycle clothing designer and manufacturer Canari Cyclewear has bolstered its U.S. sales team by adding 10 new reps in the first quarter of 2008.

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Posted April 5, 2008

"Those Cannondale guys sure know how to ride a bike, but driving..." —BRAIN's Robert Torrico this past Friday.

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Posted April 3, 2008

SEATTLE, WA (BRAIN)—BikersandSellers.com platform provides an online swap meet for consumers to buy, sell or trade, new and used cycling related items to their fellow enthusiasts.

Retailers will also be able to target market items to local and a nationwide audience at no cost.

Posted in North America Tagged Web/Internet
Posted April 3, 2008

LUMBERTON, N.C. (BRAIN)—Aqu, Inc., organizers of The Tour of America, a multi-stage coast-to-coast professional bicycle road race, have postponed the inaugural race until September 2009.

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Posted April 3, 2008

SEATTLE, WA (BRAIN)—Corsair Bikes had added three new international distributors, bringing the total number of countries with Corsair Bikes distribution to 19.

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Posted April 3, 2008

CRANSTON, R.I. (BRAIN)—After four years with Uvex Sports and more than 14 years in public relations, Maria Miglioretti has decided to leave the field to pursue other ventures.

Posted in North America Tagged People
Posted April 3, 2008

"Your bail should not be more than three times your bar tab." —Mutt Lynch's (food and drink establishment) billboard near the Newport Beach Pier.

—Thank you for all the positive e-mail feedback regarding yesterday's The 5th Spot.

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Posted April 2, 2008

WOOODINVILLE, WA (BRAIN)—Full Speed Ahead has appointed Orange Sport Supply Inc. as the official FSA Warranty Center for Canada.

Orange Sport Supply is now the complete service center for FSA, Gravity and VisionTech products.

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Posted April 2, 2008

KENT, WA (BRAIN)—Diamondback has launched of a brand new Web site that has been completely redesigned.

Posted in North America Tagged Web/Internet
Posted April 2, 2008

BOULDER, CO (BRAIN)—Bikes Belong will be doing something unprecedented this summer as it provides 1,000 bikes each for the Democratic and Republican national conventions.

Posted in North America Tagged Advocacy/Non-profits
Posted April 2, 2008

Top 5 reasons why BRAIN is renaming this slot on the news page The 5th Spot:

5. We now have a name for saying that your news isn't worthy of our top four slots.

4. We're trying to give the impression that were as cool as the consumer pubs.

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Posted April 1, 2008

CANTON, MA (BRAIN)—Schlage Lock Co., owner of the Kryptonite brand of locks, and Todson, distributor of the OnGuard brand of locks, have settled a patent dispute involving a lock mounting bracket. The companies signed a settlement agreement March 7.

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Posted April 1, 2008

EVANSTON, IL (BRAIN)—Eugene Sloane, author of "The Complete Book of Bicycling," died of complications from pneumonia last Saturday. He was 91.

Posted in North America Tagged People
Posted April 1, 2008

MONTREAL, Quebec (BRAIN)—Canada’s Dorel Industries will no longer file certain reports with the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission, but remains a public company traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Posted in North America Tagged Earnings/Financial Reports
Posted April 1, 2008

Click on link to check out this fixed gear cruiser (with front brakes) by 3G Bikes. It retails for a very nice $299.

If you'd like to learn more about this bike contact Gary Silva at gary@3gbikes.com.

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Posted April 1, 2008

BY LYNETTE CARPIET

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The National Bike Summit broke records last month as 525 advocates, transportation and health officials, suppliers and retailers donned power suits—and fluorescent bike pins—to make a case for bicycling at the nation’s capital.

Posted in North America Tagged Events
Posted April 1, 2008

BY MATT WIEBE

AGOURA, CA—Last year industry veterans said bike sales grow when the economy goes soft. But as they look ahead now, many are taking in a deep breath as it seems this recession may be different.

Posted in North America
Posted April 1, 2008

BY MARC SANI

TAIPEI, Taiwan—Jay Graves was walking the aisles at the Taipei International Cycle Show when he bumped into Tony Lo, Giant’s chief executive officer; their conversation quickly turned to how consumers will react to higher bicycle prices.

Posted in North America Tagged Taipei Cycle Show
Posted April 1, 2008

BY NICOLE FORMOSA

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