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  1. Commuters on the rise in Chi-town

    Chicago has a number of bike trails without cars such as this one that connect different neighborhoods.

    for 42 years. What had originally been Turin Bicycles, owned by Lee Katz, was later renamed Ten 27 when ...

    Posted May 9, 2013 in North America

  2. THE Cycle Group opens with industry vets

    will be made by Lee Chi, but Henderson said they will use other vendors, especially for its carbon products. ...

    Posted December 13, 2011 in North America

  3. Rico Sports Group Adds to Client List

    sales and marketing for Alex/A-Class, Lee Chi and Wei Hau, OEM sales for Hutchinson and sales for KT ...

    Posted June 17, 2008 in Product/Tech

  4. SDG adds distributor, new US reps and Asia sales manager

    lead by Brandon Morphew New York and New Jersey: Marc Castellana Wang has worked with Lee Chi ...

    Posted July 17, 2015 in Industry News

  5. Pro racer Stetson-Lee promotes Reno 'cross race

    features that have never been done before," Stetson-Lee said. "We recognize racers enjoy familiar ...

    Posted September 2, 2015 in North America

  6. Mirra to be inducted into BMX Hall of Fame

    category at the Hall. Other inductees this year are Lee Medlin, in the Pioneer Racer category; Terry ...

    Posted April 19, 2016 in North America

  7. Taiwanese Bike Companies Have Tough Year

    percent from last year’s $51.5 million. Component makers Lee Chi and Kenda were both down 24 percent, ...

    Posted January 11, 2010 in North America

  8. Year End Not Kind To Taiwan Bike Biz

    TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN)—The bike business is hitting the skids as 2009 wraps up with November sales reports from Merida showing a month on month drop in business of 21 percent, Giant down 14 percent, Kenda down 24 percent and component maker Lee Chi down 20 percent. The November sales drop follows ...

    Posted December 10, 2009 in North America

  9. Vista Outdoor buys BRG's Action Sports businesses for $400 million

    EBITDA for the acquired brands. BRG Sports' executive chairman and CEO Terry Lee ...

    Posted February 25, 2016 in Industry News

  10. SoCal industry rallies to support NICA fundraiser

    local retailers. CamelBak, Ibis, Niner, Shimano, REI, WTB, Oakley, Intense, Tykes Bykes, MTBR, Troy Lee ...

    Posted February 12, 2016 in North America

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