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TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — Folding bike brand Tern has added distributors in Japan, Greece and Turkey, expanding its distribution to 65 countries worldwide. Tern has joined with longstanding Japanese distributor Akibo, which also imports Colnago and Fuji and handles exports for Shimano. ...
Posted January 7, 2015 in International
purchased the Fuji and Roubaix (and many other) trademarks from the Japanese owners of the Fuji brand when ASI was formed to purchase the company in 1998. Fuji uses the Roubaix mark worldwide and has since ...
Posted December 9, 2013 in North America
the best brands and organizations in biking, including Raleigh, Specialized, Fuji, Cannondale, Shimano, ...
Posted November 27, 2012
managing a bike shop in Florida—where they sold Fuji—in the late 70s and early 80s. After a stint ...
Posted July 8, 2010 in North America
LOUISVILLE, CO (BRAIN) — Wheels Manufacturing is making available its most popular machined derailleur hangers in three-piece packs. The packs, which include hangers that fit Specialized, Trek, Giant, Fuji, KHS, and other bike brands, don't include mounting hardware. ...
Posted June 5, 2013 in New Products
is a Fuji-sponsored cyclist and has been leading an effort to increase awareness of women's cycling, both amateur ...
Posted July 24, 2014 in International
Cunnane, president of Advanced Sports International and its various brands — Fuji, Breezer, Kestrel ...
Posted January 23, 2015 in North America
This past Wednesday in celebration of Bike Month, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia hosted the Fifth Annual Commuter Race. The race was between a bicyclist, a car driver and a transit rider. Surprise, surprise (OK, no surprise ), Fuji president Pat Cunnane won. This is the fourth ...
Posted May 27, 2009 in North America
The various locations carry bikes from ASI's Fuji and Kestrel, BMC, Cervélo, Quintana Roo and Orbea, ...
Posted July 23, 2014 in Retail News
ASI held a contest last Thursday to see who could "pink it out the best" among its employees, celebrating the Fuji-sponsored Geox-TMC team's participation in the Giro d'Italia. From left: Stephanie Genuardi, Kaitlyn Phillips, Evan Barnebey, Jordan Czajka, Alice Kodama ...
Posted May 20, 2011 in North America