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  1. Phil Latz runs for Australian Legislature as member of Cyclists Party

    Latz is editor of Bicycling Trade Australia.

    TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — Phil Latz, former owner of several major cycling magazines in Australia, is running for public office as part of a slate of challengers from ...

    Posted March 16, 2015 in International

  2. SpeedRelease: a new twist on fast wheel security

    TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — Industry veterans Steve Metz and Rafe Schlager are at Taipei Cycle not only to promote a new aftermarket product, but to sell what they see as a valuable technology for both OEs and cyclists. Partnered with Mike Wang of Taichung-based trading company ...

    Posted March 20, 2015 in International

  3. UCI decision on road-disc use in the pro peloton to be made soon

    — some feel it should begin with the 2017 season. Thierry Fournier, director general for Look Cycle ...

    Posted March 23, 2015 in Product/Tech

  4. SRAM takes ‘wait and see’ stance on currency swings, Day says

    In a sit-down with BRAIN at Taipei Cycle, SRAM’s CEO also discusses the company’s move into electronic shifting and its upcoming move in Chicago. TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — By mid-morning Thursday, SRAM’S booth at the Taipei Cycle Show was bustling with visitors as Stan Day — the company’s ...

    Posted March 19, 2015 in International

  5. Taipei Cycle Opens to Trade

    from 32 countries are scheduled to attend. Taipei Cycle kicks off with a grand opening Wednesday ...

    Posted March 16, 2010 in North America

  6. Kask eyes MTB market, develops helmet for Asian head sizes

    Kask general manager Diego Zambon and sales manager Ylenia Battistello

    TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — Kask, the Italian helmet company, will soon boost its presence in the mountain bike market, showing off samples of a new helmet at Sea Otter.  ...

    Posted March 19, 2015 in International

  7. Dahon Says 'All Aboard' in Taipei

    for all Taipei Cycle Show attendees. This is a green effort aimed at reducing the need for hundreds of individual taxis to drive people to the show. The shuttle will run from Exit 1 Kunyang Station, the closest Metropolitan Rapid Transit (MRT) station, to the exhibition hall. This year’s show in the new ...

    Posted March 9, 2008 in Industry News

  8. Lezyne charts new course into GPS market

    and lightest (30 grams) GPS computer on the market, Lezyne claims. Aimed at “the cycling minimalist,” ...

    Posted March 18, 2015 in International

  9. CONEBI merger unites European industry at difficult juncture

    Rise of dollar against euro leaves little doubt that prices will have to be raised. TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — Despite the uncertainty over how the high-priced dollar will impact sales in Europe, the merger of COLIBI and COLIPED, two longtime European trade associations, unites European ...

    Posted March 18, 2015 in International

  10. Taipei Cycle Poised for Big Turnout

    exhibitors, Taipei Cycle has lost its relevance. The sourcing cycle is so early that a March show is now too ...

    Posted March 12, 2009 in North America