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  1. The Gravity Cartel adds Novak to sales team

    VANCOUVER, Wash. (BRAIN) — The Gravity Cartel, the U.S. office for Taiwan component maker Spank Industries and Switzerland’s iXS protective gear, has hired industry veteran Mike Novak in its sales department. Novak previously worked at retailer Universal Cycles in Portland, Ore., and also ...

    Posted July 6, 2015 in North America

  2. U.S. Cycling Hall of Fame Unveils 2011 Class

    (Off-Road Competitor); Bobby Walthour, Jr. (Veteran Road & Track Competitor); and Mike Sinyard ...

    Posted June 9, 2011 in North America

  3. Mike's Bike signs Ascent CRM for consumer marketing

    "Mike's Bikes represents the gold standard for IBDs. Their success and rapid expansion creates a lot ...

    Posted March 27, 2014 in Retail News

  4. Logan VonBokel joins Uncommon Communications

    organization," said Uncommon's founder, Mike McCormack, "Those qualities are especially valuable ...

    Posted July 2, 2015 in North America

  5. Specialized Ride to Vegas

    on Mike Sinyard’s wheel to sitting in the middle of a paceline doing 30-plus mph on the flats, the best ...

    Posted September 20, 2009 in Opinion/Analysis

  6. Four-day ride in Idaho aimed at keeping area open to mountain bikes

    U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson and Sen. James Risch are pushing for a wilderness designation ...

    Posted July 7, 2015 in North America

  7. Reynolds Cycling hires retired Olympic skier Billy Demong

    jumping teams. In his new position at Reynolds, Demong will report to Mike Dufner, Reynolds' CFO ...

    Posted June 30, 2015 in North America

  8. JetBlack promotes Mike Ely to international sales director

    director of JetBlack Cycling. Mike Ely can be reached at or (619) ...

    Posted March 2, 2014 in North America

  9. Specialized invests in Retül

    Sinyard said. Retül recently consolidated its operations into a new building in Boulder. The office ...

    Posted September 14, 2012 in North America

  10. Nevada company suing Wahoo for alleged patent infringement on KICKR trainer

    to about $330,000, tripled it would be close to $1 million. Wahoo's Mike Stashak told BRAIN last ...

    Posted June 30, 2015 in North America