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  1. Bikes Belong Launching New Project

    of innovative, successful models of bike facility design, engineering and promotion—many of them developed in northern Europe. To kick off the project, Bikes Belong is hosting a five-day transportation research ...

    Posted August 26, 2009 in Industry News

  2. San Jose Bike Party Growing

    SAN JOSE, CA (BRAIN)—San Francisco has its Critical Mass and San Jose has its Bike Party. With roughly 2,500 people turning out for last month's ride, the San Jose Bike Party is steadily growing. Click on link for full story. ...

    Posted August 24, 2009 in North America

  3. Interbike Pulling in Larger Numbers Thus Far

    Bike Habitat owner Charles McCorkell. "Plus, we've found a lot of new products at Interbike ...

    Posted April 26, 2011 in North America

  4. Imports Near Record Levels in Australia

    in import numbers have been largely in the adult bike category with kid’s bike numbers staying consistent for the past five years, the report said. Through November, Australian had imported 1,296,424 bikes ...

    Posted December 17, 2010 in North America

  5. The 5th Spot

    "I'm not on vacation. I'm not out for a weekend. This is where I live. When you do that, all the other trappings of life fade away." —George "Billy Goat" Woodard, who calls the 2,650 mile Pacific Crest Trail home for six months out of the year. ...

    Posted June 25, 2008 in North America

  6. Bill Aims to Ease Lead Limit Law

    willing to market children’s bicycles. According to Jones, the number of manufacturers selling kids’ bikes ...

    Posted April 25, 2011 in North America

  7. The 5th Spot

    Dreambikes still available, featuring bikes from Ibis, Focus and Titus. Click on above link for your ...

    Posted December 1, 2010 in North America

  8. Shop Taking in Old Bikes for New Ones

    PORTLAND, OR (BRAIN)—Oregon retailer Joe Bike has just launched a program modeled after the “Cash for Clunkers” federal stimulus program, whereby consumers could bring their old but fixable bike into the shop and receive $50 off any new bike priced under $1,000 or $100 off a new cargo-hauling utility ...

    Posted August 20, 2009 in Retail News

  9. As a retailer, how's your bike repair business compared with last year?

    Better 55% (71 votes) Flat 31% (40 votes) Worse 14% (18 votes) Total votes: 129 ...

    Posted August 24, 2009

  10. Suppliers Upbeat Following Healthy Quarter

    “They realize ordering one or two bikes is just not going to be a good idea for them,” he said. First quarter sales at Giant exceeded projections by 10 percent, VanHorn said. Marin Bikes product and marketing manager Mark Vanek said the company was able to hold pricing on 2011 bikes by absorbing ...

    Posted May 4, 2011 in North America