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  1. Sea Otter News

    The natural sidewalls are a bit lighter than the black-rubber coated sidewalls, but not as durable, so ...

    Posted April 19, 2012 in North America

  2. Jim Wannamaker Leaves Kenda USA

    REYNOLDSBURG, OH (BRAIN)—Jim Wannamaker has stepped down as marketing director for Kenda USA. He will be taking a position at Vee Rubber, as further details will be made available regarding this early next week. "This has been a great challenge and I have enjoyed helping a great company ...

    Posted March 3, 2011 in North America

  3. Taiwan Suppliers on Track for 2011 Growth

    but does not manufacture onsite. Kenda Rubber reported an 8.5 percent increase for its Taiwan ...

    Posted November 13, 2011 in North America

  4. China Cycle chases international growth

    for a second year, as does SRAM and China market leaders Giant and Merida. Colnago, Vee Rubber and Five Ten ...

    Posted May 7, 2012 in International

  5. 718 Cyclery: A Shop Grows in Brooklyn

    is just metal and rubber. I’m always telling people this is 120-year-old technology. It doesn’t have ...

    Posted November 21, 2011 in Retail News

  6. BR&IN's 2011 Year in Review, Part 1

    on the heels of its second warehouse in Utah. • Tire makers plan adjustment to pricing as cost of rubber ...

    Posted December 28, 2011 in North America

  7. 3T Recalling Ventus Bicycle Aerobars

    redesigned rubber grip set and adhesive kit or information on how to bring your Ventus bar to a local ...

    Posted March 23, 2010 in Recalls

  8. New NBDA Webinar is Tomorrow

    the “rubber meets the road." You must be a skillful interviewer in order to select the best team from ...

    Posted April 1, 2011 in North America

  9. Rick Vosper: Fwolla the Dwolla

    sector in 2010—bikes, equipment, rubber, service, apparel—  runs about $6 billion. If half of that sum ...

    Posted March 13, 2012 in Opinion/Analysis

  10. PressCamp Ends in a Flurry of Appointments

    the tire has been seated on the rim and inflated, the excess rubber flopping over the sides is easily removed. Just a quick snip with a scissors and then it zips off the rim. The rubber seal, trapped between ...

    Posted June 23, 2011 in North America

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