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  1. Dahon returns to Taiwan, enters licensing agreement with Ford

    TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) -- At a press conference held at the Taipei Cycle Show, folding bicycle manufacturer Dahon announced its return to Taiwan with a new company, Dahon TW. Dahon also plans to go public on the Taiwan stock exchange. “We were well-known and accepted ...

    Posted March 5, 2014 in International

  2. Taiwan focuses on high-end market as average complete bike selling price continues to rise

    in Taipei. Industry leaders from TAITRA and the Taiwan Bicycle Exporters Association shared year-end 2013 statistics and insights into 2014 with the media and others early in the show. In 2013, Taiwan exported ...

    Posted March 5, 2014 in International

  3. Z.E.G. strikes deal to exhibit at Eurobike―a first

    TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) ― Z.E.G, the largest dealer organization in Europe, will―for ...

    Posted March 5, 2014 in International

  4. Asian distributors notice KASK helmets

    Kask's Diego Zambon and Ylenia Battistello at the Taipei Cycle Show

    TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) ―Diego Zambon, general manager for KASK, ...

    Posted March 5, 2014 in International

  5. Cambodia takes bite out of Taiwan production

    TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) ― Over the last few years Cambodia has snatched a chunk of manufacturing and assembly business away from Taiwan thanks to rock bottom wages and a European ...

    Posted March 5, 2014 in International

  6. Suunto launches new multi-sport watch with elevation tracking and cycling features

    devices, and will show power, cadence, lap, power distribution, peak power curve/output, normalized power, ...

    Posted January 7, 2016 in New Products

  7. Taiwan industry bruised but not down for count

    Taiwan Vice President Wu Den-yih visited the Taipei Cycle Show in 2013.

    TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — Industry executives in Taiwan are eager to put ...

    Posted March 4, 2014 in International

  8. Guru Cycles declares bankruptcy

    Court filings show Guru's major creditors include TD Bank ($370,000), Topkey China ($129,823), Ted Matthews ($88,854), Shimano Canada ($69,717), Dorel's Cycling Sports Group ($32,247), ...

    Posted January 4, 2016 in North America

  9. Saris Cycling Group's brand advocate program involves IBDs

    with the participation and feedback from our trusted dealer network." SCG said its research shows that 77 percent ...

    Posted December 31, 2015 in North America

  10. CABDA draws in dealers in year two

    excited about the industry,” said Mike Casey of Alter Cycles, which was showing its bikes ...

    Posted February 4, 2016 in North America