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  1. August 1, 2014

    numbers. In an effort to get a “big picture” view of the U.S. bike world, the issue takes a look ...

    Posted August 6, 2014

  2. New BRAIN issue: U.S. bike industry employs 70k-plus

    package and a look at how advocates interpret those numbers. In an effort to get a “big picture” view ...

    Posted August 6, 2014 in Retail News

  3. Schindler, van der Velde to lead new WFSGI Saddle Committee

    by the UCI, with its efforts to re-examine the regulations that govern the sport of cycling. ...

    Posted October 30, 2014 in International

  4. Urban Velo magazine prints final issue

    Guerrero said the magazine was a big part of the fixed-gear boom. "Even though our scope ...

    Posted December 1, 2014 in North America

  5. Bell hires Scott Sharples as marketing manager for the bike division

    global sports and marketing manager, writer, media specialist and brand ambassador. Sharples ...

    Posted December 4, 2014 in North America

  6. Newest BRAIN has coverage from Taiwan to Texas

    Interbike's new plan for the IBD Summit, and a remembrance of Time Sport's Roland Cattin, who passed away ...

    Posted December 1, 2014 in Retail News

  7. TAITRA to Host Sporting Goods Seminar

    sporting goods and related products, and a discussion of how to do business in Taiwan. ...

    Posted June 29, 2010 in North America

  8. December 1, 2014

    for competion, Interbike's new plan for the IBD Summit, and a remembrance of TIME Sport's Roland ...

    Posted November 30, 2014

  9. Fox Factory buys Race Face and Easton Cycling for $30.2M

    Chris Tutton

    in the summer of 2013. Easton Cycling was part of Easton-Bell Sports until Tutton bought the brand  in April ...

    Posted December 5, 2014 in North America

  10. Ray Keener: Flat is phat?

    the Big Three TV networks? Over 95 percent market share for three decades, now less than 30% and declining. Americans have so many more choices about so many things, including their sporting activities. Look at the golf, snow-sports and tennis industries, for example. They've all lost participants ...

    Posted October 16, 2014 in Opinion/Analysis

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