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  1. Cobb Cycling's Founder Goes to Web

    TYLER, TX (BRAIN)—John Cobb, founder of Cobb Cycling, has launched the company’s new Web site, with the availability in late March of newly revamped VFlow saddles, designs that he has been manufacturing and selling for over 10 years. Cobb has been one of the foremost authorities on aerodynamics, ...

    Posted January 20, 2009 in North America

  2. California Lab Approved for CPSIA Testing

    of our firm has added great value to the organization,” said John Bogler, ACT founder and general ...

    Posted January 13, 2009 in North America

  3. LeMond Fitness Files Lawsuit

    the lawsuit stated. In a June 15 letter to its retailers, LeMond Fitness president John Post reassured ...

    Posted June 15, 2009 in North America

  4. Social Networking Spreads the Word on Floor

    And while the endemic media is still represented at trade shows, it’s John Q Blogger—with an iPhone in one ...

    Posted October 30, 2009 in North America

  5. Bankrupt ITM Meeting Potential Buyers

    That was the approach taken by the group that recently bought ITM competitor 3T from Gruppo. —John Crenshaw ...

    Posted July 16, 2008 in International

  6. Eurobike Founder Doing Kite Surf Show

    event or a nine-day trade and consumer show. Interboot 2009 is scheduled for September 19-27. —John ...

    Posted July 15, 2008 in North America

  7. Third-Party Lead Testing Deadline Passes

    with this limit before the Consumer Product Safety Information Act passed last August, and John Nedeau, president ...

    Posted December 22, 2008 in North America

  8. LBC Soon to Be Lauded Bicycle City

    John Genshock, who owns Jones Bicycles, a 100-year-old-bike shop along Second Street. “We didn’t even ...

    Posted February 15, 2010 in Opinion/Analysis

  9. Oil Prices Nudge Up Bike Makers' Stock

    not include revenues from operations in China and Europe.) —John Crenshaw ...

    Posted June 9, 2008 in North America

  10. Industry Wins Two-Year Stay on Lead Law

    BETHESDA, MD (BRAIN)—The Consumer Product Safety Commission denied the industry’s petition to exclude children’s bikes from a strict new lead law on Tuesday, but granted a two-year stay of enforcement giving manufactures a bit of breathing room to figure out how to best comply with the rule. John ...

    Posted May 13, 2009 in North America

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