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  1. Under Armour buys MapMyFitness for $150M

    Plank, the founder and CEO of Under Armour. MapMyFitness co-founder and CEO Robin Thurston, said, "The combination of Under Armour's powerful commitment to athletes and innovation and our ...

    Posted November 14, 2013 in Industry News

  2. MapMyFitness apps sync with MyFitnessPal

    AUSTIN, Texas (BRAIN) — MapMyFitness apps can now sync their data with MyFitnessPal, a web- and app-based program that tracks diet, exercise and weight changes. MapMyFitness, now owned by Under Armour, is compatible with hundreds of fitness tracking devices, including Garmin, Polar, ...

    Posted January 27, 2014 in Product/Tech

  3. 2XU opens second retail store, hires USA president

    compression apparel and accessories, has also appointed its first president of 2XU USA. Former Nike and Under Armour executive Scott Taylor will spearhead 2XU's aggressive growth plans in the coming years, ...

    Posted June 9, 2014 in Retail News

  4. SRAM X1 brings 1-by-11 drivetrain under a grand

    MSRP on the X1 cassette is $132 less than SRAM’s top-end XX1.

    CHICAGO, IL (BRAIN) — SRAM puts 1-by-11 within reach of more mountain bikers with the new X1 group, its first such offering to hit a price point less than $1,000. ...

    Posted May 2, 2014 in Product/Tech

  5. Contour returns to market under new owners

    PROVO, Utah (BRAIN) — Action sports camera brand Contour has a new owner. In a statement sent to BRAIN Thursday afternoon, the company said it has completed a financial overhaul, reorganized and improved its distribution. The Seattle brand had repo ...

    Posted April 3, 2014 in Industry News

  6. Hess: Electra to grow international sales under Trek

    Skip Hess with Electra's Townie Go e-bike

    under Electra management, he said. But the major play for the two companies, and what helped drive ...

    Posted January 6, 2014 in North America

  7. Onex sells Gates to Blackstone for $5.4B

    of assets under management. ...

    Posted July 3, 2014 in North America

  8. GoPro surges in first morning as public company

    NEW YORK (BRAIN) — Action camera maker GoPro went public Thursday morning, with shares priced at $24 and opening at $28.65 on the New York Stock Exchange, where GoPro founder Nick Woodman rang the opening bell. By mid-morning the stock, trading under the GPRO symbol, was trading at close to $32. ...

    Posted June 26, 2014 in North America

  9. Mountain Bike Hall of Famer Junzo Kawai dies at 94

    under the name SunXCD making hubs, cranks and rims. At the time, Merry Sales Co. president Jim Porter ...

    Posted July 7, 2014 in International

  10. Powersports brand Maxima jumps into the bike lube game

    label basis for some brands. This will be the first time it marketed products for bicycles under its own ...

    Posted July 8, 2014 in Product/Tech

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