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  1. District Stores Show Diversity

    a bike was the hardware store before there was Wal-Mart and Lowe’s. You don’t see much of that now. We’re ...

    Posted June 2, 2010 in North America

  2. Gart Family Bids Farewell to Retail

    “Smaller is done. You have to be well capitalized. The strong survive.” He used Wal-Mart as an example ...

    Posted June 1, 2010 in Retail News

  3. Fred Clements: Innovate, adapt and prepare to 'fail forward'

    parallel to business survival today. He noted that Sears was once 10 times the size of Wal-Mart ...

    Posted April 22, 2015 in Retail News

  4. Fred Clements: Will bike shops serve the changing market?

    and about the same in 2013. For the specialty industry they may be described as Wal-Mart customers. 84 ...

    Posted October 28, 2014 in Opinion/Analysis

  5. Dealer Tour: The Final Four

    Riding down Division Street, also known as "Paseo Boricua" or Puerto Rican Avenue

    at department stores,” Wilson said. “A lot of people we serve shop at Wal-Mart.” Most bikes purchased ...

    Posted May 10, 2013 in North America

  6. Fred Clements: Fountain pens and bikes

    can buy 20 ballpoints for $2 (and $59 bicycles at Wal Mart), there are pen enthusiasts who will pay ...

    Posted September 27, 2013 in Opinion/Analysis

  7. IBDs welcome online tax legislation

    and the National Retail Federation, as well as major retailers like Sears, Target, Best Buy and Wal-Mart ...

    Posted March 27, 2013 in Industry News

  8. Dorel’s head of bike: Acquisitions, product and targeted spending to drive growth

    is experimenting with iPad sales assist programs in Wal-Mart, Target and Canadian Tire to solve the common problem ...

    Posted October 10, 2012 in North America


    to 70 employees. While GoPro sells through a variety of channels, from Wal-Mart and Best Buy ...

    Posted June 7, 2012 in North America

  10. Dealer Tour: Austin retailers seek niches in increasingly saturated market

    The Dealer Tour group rode through downtown and university neighborhoods on Day 2.

    found our niche. We fill in the gap between Wal-Mart and bike shops, whose bikes start in the $500 ...

    Posted October 22, 2014 in Retail News