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  1. Running execs talk about breaking down barriers to growth at Bicycle Leadership Conference

    (l-r): Yasso, Wilhelm and Cosentino.

    torn down the wall of intimidation in recent years," said Bart Yasso, chief running officer ...

    Posted April 16, 2015 in North America

  2. CamelBak sales down 5 percent in first quarter

    in 2013. In its quarterly financial report released Wednesday, Compass said CamelBak’s net sales were ...

    Posted May 7, 2015 in North America

  3. Leisure Trends: IBD sales down all around in June

    But sales of 27.5-inch-wheeled bikes totaled $9 million, up 472 percent over June 2013. Helmet unit ...

    Posted July 31, 2014 in Studies/Reports

  4. Bypassing West Coast ports helps Fox Factory exceed sales expectations

    Bike-related sales up 6 percent, mostly due to the addition of Race Face and Easton sales ...

    Posted May 7, 2015 in North America

  5. Dick’s Sporting Goods reports increased net sales in Q1

    Same-store sales up 1.8 percent PITTSBURGH (BRAIN) — Dick’s Sporting Goods, Inc. reported a sales increase of 8.8 percent in its first quarter, which ended May 2. The company's net ...

    Posted May 19, 2015 in Retail News

  6. Bicycle sales strong in January; other categories down

    and aftermarket parts were down 7 percent. Compared to the same month last year, total merchandise sales were ...

    Posted March 7, 2014 in Retail News

  7. Leisure Trends: IBD sales up in dollars, down in units in October

    BOULDER, CO (BRAIN) — IBD merchandise sales gained 3 percent in October over the same ...

    Posted December 6, 2013 in Studies/Reports

  8. Leisure Trends: 29er sales down for the first time ever in September

    Sales, September 2013 vs. September 2012:    All Bicycles: -10% Road Bikes: -12% ...

    Posted November 5, 2013 in Studies/Reports

  9. Garmin sales flat, but fitness division sales up 31 percent in Q1

    announced Wednesday. Sales for the period ending March 28 totaled $585 million, up just slightly from the $583 million recorded in the same period last year. Auto-related sales, still Garmin's biggest business, were down 11 percent, and outdoor sales were down 10 percent. But the fitness division grew ...

    Posted April 29, 2015 in North America

  10. Leisure Trends: Retail sales down in units but up in dollars for June

    Year-to-date sales are still down 5 percent and off by $88 million compared with the same period last year, ...

    Posted August 2, 2013 in Studies/Reports