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  1. Verde PR, Base Camp Join Forces

    in social media and consumer outreach, honed working with clients such as Gregory and “Mike ...

    Posted November 30, 2009 in North America

  2. Taichung Bike Week Begins

    percent full,” said Mike Kalmbach of ProNet, who represents Selle Italia. “Last year we were about 50 ...

    Posted December 6, 2009 in North America

  3. Blind Afghan Veteran Lands Wrenching Job

    for an interview with Brian Tinsley in the January issue of Bicycle Retailer and Industry News as well as Mike ...

    Posted December 1, 2008 in North America

  4. Gulf IBDs Feeling Oil Spill’s Ill Effects

    come in here looking at bikes—in case they had to ditch their cars,” said Mike Spurlock, who works ...

    Posted June 15, 2010 in Retail News

  5. Corsair Bikes Have New SoCal Owners

    SANTA CLARITA, CA (BRAIN)—Corsair Bikes have new owners as Mike Flaherty and Froggy Khu of Atomlab, along with Pablo Tafoya—the designer of Corsair frames—have purchased the company from original founder and industry veteran Doug Stuart. “The big common denominator is Pablo,” Flaherty said. “I ...

    Posted March 11, 2010 in North America

  6. NBDA Hosts Profitability Project

    positive feedback from retailers like Mike Nix of Liberty Bicycles in Asheville, North Carolina, who said ...

    Posted March 9, 2010 in North America

  7. Visitors to Benefit from NPS Rule Change

    most scenic places," said IMBA executive director Mike Van Abel. "We're very pleased ...

    Posted October 15, 2008 in North America

  8. District Stores Show Diversity

    Bikes USA chain. Owner Mike Sendar said he buys differently than most shops, buying up closeouts ...

    Posted June 2, 2010 in North America

  9. Salsa Rebirths with Focus on Adventure

    direction,” said Mike Riemer, the brand’s marketing manager, as he worked the booth at Frostbike. ...

    Posted February 22, 2010 in North America

  10. Seattle’s Mayor Fights for Cyclists

    SEATTLE, WA (BRAIN)—Mike McGinn is one of a kind. He’s mayor of Seattle, a city of more than 600,000 with another 1.4 million people living nearby—on islands, across bridges and on houseboats. Traffic jams routinely snarl the city and he’s dead set against a $3.1 billion car tunnel along ...

    Posted May 19, 2010 in North America