BOULDER, CO (BRAIN) — Competitor Group Inc. has promoted Caley Fretz to tech editor for Velo magazine and VeloNews.com.
BRADFORD ON AVON, United Kingdom (BRAIN) — Dr. Alexander Eric Moulton, the engineer and inventor who founded the Moulton bicycle company, died Sunday evening at age 92.
A statement from the company said Moulton died peacefully in the company of his family and staff.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN) — Mavic Inc. is searching for a new general manager after the company and Hugh Walton agreed to separate. Walton is recovering from a stroke and recent heart surgery.
CARLSBAD, CA (BRAIN) — 2XU has announced Fred Hernandez as its new director of marketing for North America.
“I’m thrilled to be joining 2XU at such an exciting time,” said Hernandez. “The company is primed for growth and I look forward to contributing to the marketing effort.”
POZZOLEONE, Italy (BRAIN) – Fizik brand specialist Adam Bookwalter has assumed the new role of area manager of Fizik North America, Selle Royal announced Tuesday. Bookwalter will handle media, sponsorship, public relations and sales support.
WESTPORT, CT (BRAIN) — Alan Offenberg has been named chief executive officer by the Compass Diversified Holdings board and will remain on the company’s board of directors. Compass is the parent of Fox and CamelBak.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (BRAIN) — After 13 years with Fizik, Suzette Ayotte, is stepping down.
CHICAGO, IL (BRAIN) — SRAM is adding to its marketing muscle with the hires of Elayna Caldwell and Chris Zigmont. Each will be making the move to Chicago as they take on their new roles next January.
BERKELEY, CA (BRAIN) — The board of directors for the nonprofit that runs high school cycling leagues has shuffled the organization’s top-paid position, replacing recent executive director hire Doug Selee with Austin McInerny, a seasoned member of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association, or NICA.
MILWAUKEE, WI (BRAIN) — The Wisconsin Bike Fed has hired Jessica Ginster as development director.
Ginster will provide strategic direction in developing donor relations and expanding the Bike Fed’s presence, impact and funding statewide.
SUN VALLEY, IDAHO (BRAIN)—Terry Duran has stepped down as the national sales manager for Scott Sports’ U.S. bicycle division. It’s a role Duran had held since it was created in January 2011.
CARLSBAD, CA (BRAIN) — Focus Bicycles USA has named Tim Jackson as its new marketing manager. Jackson was previously brand manager of Masi Bicycles before becoming a product manager for ASI, and most recently marketing manager for Pivot Cycles/ BH Bikes USA.
FORT COLLINS, CO (BRAIN) — Niner Bikes has hired Todd Grant as its vice president of global sales. He will manage inside, domestic and international sales. Grant will be based out of Niner’s Fort Collins, Colorado, office.
BOSTON, MA (BRAIN) — A few personnel changes in the bike industry this week.
LOUISVILLE, CO (BRAIN) — Juergen Eckmann is stepping down as president of Pearl Izumi, the company announced Tuesday, after 11 years with the company. Eckmann will be replaced by Mike O'Connor, who is being promoted from vice president of consumer service, retail & distribution.
HAVERHILL, MA (BRAIN) — Industry veteran Douglas Ritter has joined Mavic, Inc., representing the brand as sales rep in Nevada and Arizon effective November 1.
VICENZA, Italy (BRAIN) — Campagnolo has hired Joshua Riddle to coordinate and implement a global marketing strategy for the company’s brands. Riddle’s background includes stints at Trek Bicycle and Pinarello, as well as work in Europe and Latin America.
AIGLE, Switzerland (BRAIN) — Julien Carron is stepping down as technology coordinator at the international cycling union, UCI, at the end of November, the organization announced Friday.
Carron has been central to the UCI's equipment approval program, including its "UCI Approved" frame stickers.
EMERYVILLE, CA (BRAIN) — Capo Cycling Apparel has reached a new sales partnership with Scot Allen and Jeff Gold of the Gold Agency.
The two will now represent Capo in the Midwest cycling market, including Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky.
WOODINVILLE, WA (BRAIN) — FSA has a new boss in the U.S. market. Lance Bohlen, 56, has officially taken over as the company’s managing director, replacing Matt VanEnkevort, who left in June to become CEO at Marin Bicycles.