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  1. Evanston’s Turin becomes Ten 27 Cycles

    EVANSTON, IL (BRAIN)—Longtime Evanston retailer Turin Bicycles has rebranded as Ten 27 Cycles and is now under the sole ownership of Chris Mailing, who has been majority owner since 2004. Former minority owner Lee Katz retains rights to the Turin name and continues as minority owner in Turin ...

    Posted June 20, 2012 in Retail News

  2. Interbike welcomes consumer 'guests'

    Lee, New Jersey, said there’s no real downside. Gutierrez would even pay the $50 fee for the right ...

    Posted November 26, 2012 in North America

  3. Lake Cycling Appoints Managing Director

    category as well," Greenberg said. "Lee is one of the few real developers in our industry who ...

    Posted April 2, 2009 in North America

  4. Japan Rocked by Massive Earthquake, Tsunami

    Taiwan’s transportation and communications minister Mao Chi-Kuo reported that the waves hitting Taiwan’s ...

    Posted March 11, 2011 in International

  5. Big Shot offers IBDs a bike-ordering kiosk

    Shot has eight kiosks that will be placed at dealers this year. One is already set up at Lee ...

    Posted April 12, 2012 in Retail News

  6. Bicycle Radio show comes to Grand Junction

    a biweekly schedule. Outspoken Cyclist, hosted by Diane Lees, owner of HubBub Custom Bicycles in Cleveland, ...

    Posted January 27, 2012 in Retail News

  7. News Briefs

    following but we are willing to stick it out," he said. Diane Lees, co-owner of the Hubbub Custom ...

    Posted March 30, 2012 in North America

  8. London bike show opens at Royal Docks

    Lee. The bike show also includes a pump track, bike polo, the Bike Radar Training Hub, ...

    Posted January 12, 2012 in North America

  9. Former road pro opens Oregon shop

    Lee Designs and Look. “We’re trying to bring in different product,” Maxon said. “I selected a lot ...

    Posted June 5, 2012 in Retail News

  10. Chain Reaction bolsters event promotions

    BALLYCLARE, U.K. (BRAIN)—Online retailer Chain Reaction Cycles has hired an events team to oversee the its increasing presence at global races, including the Sea Otter Classic. The team is made up of Simon Cordner, Grant Norris and Lee Kincaid, a group with more than 25 years’ experience ...

    Posted December 16, 2011 in Retail News

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