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  1. New San Francisco cycling benefit seeks sponsors

    and creates a greener environment,” Mayor Ed Lee said in a statement.  “CycleSF gives San Franciscans ...

    Posted February 6, 2013 in North America

  2. 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

  3. Beyond China

    the money to make big improvements. They’ve been talking about a new airport to replace Ho Chi Minh ...

    Posted March 14, 2012 in North America

  4. Turin Bicycles opens new Chicago location

    Turin Bicycles' Rooster fixie

    the Rooster fixie. BRAIN caught up with Fine a couple days after he and partner Lee Katz had returned from ...

    Posted March 27, 2013 in Retail News

  5. Santa Fe’s Mellow Velo on the move

    continuing with product from Endura and Troy Lee Designs and bringing in unusual brands like Road Holland out ...

    Posted March 22, 2013 in Retail News

  6. Retailer Broadcasting Radio Show

    bicycling,” Lees said. “The timing for this show couldn’t be better with the U.S. Department ...

    Posted April 1, 2010 in North America

  7. Tornadoes rock the Plains states; retailers unscathed

    Poppi Bike Shop owner Jeff Koenig.  Adam Vanderburg, owner of Lee’s Bicycles in Tulsa, Oklahoma, ...

    Posted May 21, 2013 in Retail News

  8. Interbike founder Steve Ready dies

    Among those who entertained the crowds were Merle Haggard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bo Diddley, David Lindley ...

    Posted July 16, 2013 in North America

  9. Ten 27 Cycles to close, liquidate inventory

    EVANSTON, IL (BRAIN) — Retailer Ten 27 Cycles, formerly Turin Bicycles, is closing after more than 40 years in Evanston, Illinois.  The shop rebranded in June as Ten 27, named after its address at 1027 Davis Street. Former minority owner Lee Katz retained rights to the Turin name ...

    Posted November 5, 2012 in Retail News

  10. The 5th Spot

    The message came down loud and clear a couple days ago: Don't mess with Lance's bike! One of the two men arrested in connection with the Tour of California theft of Lance's $10,000 TT bike is headed to California state prison for three years. Lee Monroe Crider, 40, ...

    Posted June 25, 2009 in North America