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  1. Trek Hones in on Transportation Bikes

    Design line, which uses recyclable materials and manufacturing processes that minimize the bikes’ ...

    Posted August 12, 2009 in North America

  2. Knog Wins Two Eurobike Awards

    and awards top manufacturers in several categories. Those manufacturers are then invited to an official ...

    Posted August 27, 2008 in North America

  3. Cole Wheels Signs Velimpex as Agent

    TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN)—Cole Wheels has appointed Velimpex Marketing, Inc., as its exclusive OEM sales agent for North America. Cole Wheels, owned by Armor Manufacturing Corporation, produces precision road and MTB wheels featuring their patented Dynamic Spoke Alignment system. ...

    Posted December 23, 2008 in North America

  4. SRAM Completes Zipp Acquisition

    and superb manufacturing capability,” Day said. “We look forward to bringing both successful companies ...

    Posted November 6, 2007 in North America

  5. Indian Bike Exports Drop

    point out that the Chinese currency is tied to the dollar which gives Chinese cycle manufacturers ...

    Posted November 5, 2007 in International

  6. REI Recalls Bikes Due to Fork Failure

    from January 2005 through August 2006 for between $720 and $1,900. They were manufactured in Taiwan. ...

    Posted June 2, 2009 in Recalls

  7. Owner Isn’t Participating in Recession

    bikes and beach cruisers. He currently carries brands including Giant, Kona and Electra. Over ...

    Posted November 14, 2008 in North America

  8. Family Owned Shop Stands Test of Time

    Now it’s filled with a range of bikes from Trek, Giant, Nirve, Electra, Masi and Haro. ...

    Posted November 13, 2008 in North America

  9. Cruiser Culture Drives Coastal Sales

    Beach. While Milano’s main brand is Giant, it’s beach cruisers that fly out the door. And, as he says ...

    Posted November 12, 2008 in North America

  10. Partners with Skullcandy

    SALT LAKE CITY, UT (BRAIN)— recently launched online training for audio component manufacturer Skullcandy, a brand that spans key action sports, snowsports and bike markets for the retail training leader. “Skullcandy was looking for a way to use the Internet to connect shop ...

    Posted December 16, 2008 in North America