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  1. Acquires Influence

    and retain all existing employees in Tustin, California. John Telfer, ITI president and chief executive ...

    Posted October 16, 2007 in North America

  2. Sea Otter Demo Area Holds Product Promise

    notably the new 650B John Tomac Nevegal, which makes use of a new rim size that falls midway between ...

    Posted February 26, 2008 in North America

  3. Popular Desert Race Makes Comeback

    there were actually personalities in racing,” quipped Tomac’s Joel Smith. John Tomac, Ned Overend, Tinker ...

    Posted August 1, 2008 in North America

  4. Toy Recall Prompts CPSC Reform Bill

    including Sen. Pryor’s CPSC reform bill,” said John Nedeau, BPSA’s president and SRAM’s vice president ...

    Posted December 3, 2007 in Recalls

  5. Wheelbuilding Sees Resurgence In Custom Shops

    said custom wheelbuilding is a small part of the shop’s business, but it’s growing. John Ackley, ...

    Posted May 2, 2008 in Retail News

  6. Specialized Hits Shop with Suit

    to Specialized, although he had been looking for a sensible payment plan. John Thompson, U.S. sales manager ...

    Posted October 16, 2007 in Retail News

  7. Suppliers Test Alternatives To Quick Release

    used a QR, it adds a level of safety, and that’s always a good thing,” said John Salmons, manager ...

    Posted October 16, 2007 in North America

  8. Nice Weather Makes For Crowded Demo

    -John Crenshaw ...

    Posted October 16, 2007 in North America

  9. Industry Remains Positive with Down Econom

    Davidson is the canary in a cage for us. And I think the canary is starting to smell something,” said John ...

    Posted April 1, 2008 in North America

  10. China Remains On Top Despite Pressures

    BY JOHN CRENSHAW AND DOUG MCCLELLAN SHENZHEN, China—It’s far too early to write China’s obituary as bicycle factory to the world. Yes, Chinese manufacturers are grappling with a now familiar litany of profit-squeezing challenges including higher labor costs, higher government taxes ...

    Posted July 8, 2008 in International