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  1. American Bicyclist Publisher Meyers Dies

    for trade advertising in the industry. “When it came to publishing, Stuart could hold his own,” said ...

    Posted March 30, 2008 in North America

  2. NSGA Report: Bike Category '08 Sales Down

    MOUNT PROSPECT, IL (BRAIN)—Sales of recreational transport equipment (bicycles, pleasure boats and motors, recreational vehicles and snowmobiles) declined to $27 billion in 2008, a 29 percent drop. Sales of recreational transport products in 2009 ...

    Posted May 26, 2009 in Studies/Reports

  3. Testing Deadline Looms for New CPSC Law

    the industry is already using, but that are awaiting accreditation, Nedeau said. Complicating matters, the bike ...

    Posted November 3, 2008 in North America

  4. Speedgoat Bicycles Hires New COO

    I am excited to be part of a company focused on the high end of the bicycle industry,” Belt said. “I’m ...

    Posted December 23, 2008 in North America

  5. Handmade Exhibitor Numbers Holding Firm

    postcards. “Folks from all of the neighboring cities will be there." Industry rep. Pat Mahoney, who ...

    Posted February 9, 2009 in North America

  6. CPSC To Hold Hearing on New Law Today

    American Compliance Testing Laboratories, Inc. in order to work with the bike industry on testing, ...

    Posted October 1, 2008 in North America

  7. Weather Gods Smiling on Sea Otter

    Suppliers Association to host the industry conference through 2011. "We think it's going ...

    Posted April 15, 2009 in North America

  8. Easton-Bell action sports sales dip in Q1

    issue of Bicycle Retailer and Industry News. —Nicole Formosa ...

    Posted May 18, 2009 in North America

  9. Phat Cycles Visit

    Stretch appears.     These four industry veterans are the main force behind Phat, ...

    Posted May 20, 2009 in Opinion/Analysis

  10. Colorado Magazine Putting on Bike Show

    and industry veteran Jon Severson is putting on the show. He said because "Colorado doesn't have ...

    Posted February 6, 2009 in North America