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  1. Specialized Responds to Easton-Bell Suit

    Easton-Bell Sports sells through Wal-Mart. Others, like Specialized, only partner with professional bicycle ...

    Posted October 19, 2011 in North America

  2. China, Kids’ Bikes Drive Growth of Imports

    are destined for Wal-Mart and Target. Last year importers brought in 2.07 million fewer kids’ bikes than ...

    Posted May 18, 2010 in North America

  3. Kent Wins Walmart Supplier Award

    PARSIPPANY, NJ (BRAIN)—Kent International beat out other bike and toy suppliers to take Wal-Mart’s Supplier of Quarter Three award. Though Kent president Arnold Kamler quipped, it was mostly because the company always had product to ship. “We’ve had a good year this season, but our adult ...

    Posted December 17, 2009 in North America

  4. Todson Discussing Resolution with GI

    technology, so one can imagine our surprise and disappointment to find this item for sale in Wal-Mart,” said ...

    Posted November 2, 2009 in North America

  5. U.S. Product Safety Overhaul Inches Closer

    in the “dealer market.” According to the Wall Street Journal, the mass channel including Target, Wal-Mart ...

    Posted July 31, 2008 in North America

  6. NBDA Adds $7500 To Quick-Release Fight

    The proposed law was a response to injuries to children riding Wal-Mart bikes with quick-release wheels, ...

    Posted March 3, 2008 in North America

  7. Report: U.S. e-bike sales doubled in last year

      Major mass merchants such as Wal-Mart, Sears, Target, Best Buy, and Amazon also sell e-bikes, although ...

    Posted August 12, 2013 in Studies/Reports

  8. Chinese manufacturers target new markets

    business. India’s Hero Cycles recently announced a deal with Wal-mart to produce bikes for the retail giant, ...

    Posted March 15, 2012 in International

  9. How Cheap is Too Cheap?

    sold at Target, Wal*Mart, Dick’s, Sports Authority, et al. $169.95 is within hailing range ...

    Posted November 18, 2010 in Opinion/Analysis

  10. QBP forbids sale of its brands through third-party online vendors

     Amazon, eBay, Google Shopping, Sears, Newegg, Rakuten and Wal-Mart as examples of third-party online ...

    Posted March 7, 2014 in North America

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