Watching Lance Armstrong vie for an eighth Tour de France title got me to thinking about last year’s Interbike, when Lance made his formal announcement that he was returning to pro cycling.
Here is another round of 2010 product seen at Press Camp this week in Sun Valley, Idaho.
Here is some of the 2010 product being showcased at Press Camp in Sun Valley.
I attended the Dirt Series Camp in Sun Valley, Idaho this past weekend and had a great time despite the few brief downpours and thunderstorms and one pretty crazy hailstorm.
Got a call earlier from Stan Kilbas at Wheels of Wellington in Wellington, Florida regarding a scammer that’s apparently targeting bike shops in his area.
Burley CEO Michael Coughlin, along with business development manager Erin Koenig, dropped by last Thursday to discuss new products in development and how Burley is positioning itself in the growing commuter market.
Specialized introduced its new brand of urban bikes, called Globe, in Minneapolis, Minnesota last week.
Pat Sorensen, president of Penn Cycle, interview from Dealer Tour.
Ed Vigil, owner of Bokoo Bikes in Minnetonka, Minnesota shares his keys for success in the bicycle industry with BRAIN.
BRAIN wrapped up its Twin Cities Dealer Tour on Thursday with stops at five unique urban shops: Penn Cycle & Fitness, Flanders Brothers Cycle, Freewheel Bike, The Hub Bike Coop and One on One Bicycle Studio.
The second day of BRAIN's Twin Cities Dealer Tour started with a 16-mile ride from Minneapolis to the suburb of Long Lake, home to Gear West Bike & Triathlon, the preeminent tri shop in the state and for much of the Midwest.
BRAIN editors, along with riders from Giant, Pedro's, Michelin and Ergon—sponsors of the Twin Cities Dealer Tour—and QBP visited four bike shops in the metro area on Tuesday.
Speedplay’s Richard Bryne and wife Sharon talk shop during our recent visit to their San Diego headquarters.
Here are the full results for the Challenge.
Robert Torrico and I cruised north on the 405 yesterday to visit Phat Cycles in Huntington Beach.
Thursday was Bike to Work day for much of Southern California and elsewhere in the country. No surprise that many companies in the industry took the opportunity to entice employees to do good on the planet and leave their cars at home for the day.
Over 650 bell ringers filled a Boulder high school field last Saturday, and raised over $18,000 to help a single mother of four fighting cancer, and shattered a world record.
Do you like the Tour of California moving to May?
On New York streets usually overrun by the city’s iconic yellow taxis, cyclists took over for just one morning. Cyclists on all forms of two wheels imaginable conquered the streets of Manhattan and the surrounding boros during the Five Boro Bike Tour.
Bike to Work Month kicks off today and BRAIN isn’t letting the occasion pass us by this year.