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  1. Finish Line's David Clopton retires, Barouh joins as national accounts manager

    joined Finish Line on Aug. 10 to replace Clopton as national accounts manager. Barouh has four ...

    Posted August 17, 2015 in North America

  2. Finish Line begins monthly newsletter

    and destinations, Finish Line-sponsored teams, a new product and a maintenance tip. Those interested can sign up for BikeLove on the Finish Line website .   ...

    Posted April 3, 2014 in North America

  3. Finish Line adds to pro road team sponsor list

    their competition and both Trek Factory Racing and Orica-GreenEDGE recognize the contribution Finish Line ...

    Posted January 20, 2014 in International

  4. SmartEtailing, Finish Line Team Up for Videos

    the number of sites promoting Finish Line, they will also be viewable on the website of SmartEtailing clients ...

    Posted May 25, 2011 in North America

  5. OGC to Distribute Finish Line

    Finish Line’s complete product line that includes a bike wash, chain cleaner and a wide variety ...

    Posted August 4, 2009 in North America

  6. Endura launches pro-level women's road apparel line

    They are finished with a raw edge grip-rib hem with super fine silicone grippers. The include Endura's ...

    Posted April 5, 2016 in Product/Tech

  7. Finish Line looking for dirty bikes

    to submit photos of dirty bikes, the Finish Line staff will pick a winner to use on the bottle. The person ...

    Posted December 8, 2014 in North America

  8. Slytech Protection launches new line of knee and elbow protectors

    The KneePro One Lite.

    incorporating Slytech NoShock technology, the KneePro and ElbowPro NoShock XT Lite pads were  designed ...

    Posted April 12, 2016 in Product/Tech

  9. Finish Line's No Drip Chain Luber

    said Hank Krause, president of Finish Line. “Wit h the No Drip Chain Luber, there is now a simple ...

    Posted December 16, 2013 in New Products

  10. Defense technology company plans heads-up-display glasses for cycling

    but the company said the glass uses low-profile mirroring technology to make cycling data visible directly on the lens, similar to technology that pilots have used for decades. The technology differs from products like ...

    Posted November 19, 2015 in Product/Tech

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