WASHINGTON, D.C. (BRAIN)-Ridley Bicycle is recalling about 105 carbon fiber threadless stems because they can crack or break. So far the company has received one report of a stem breaking in use, resulting in minor injuries, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

REHOBOTH, MA (BRAIN) Monday May 21 2012 11:41 AM MT—A broken steerer tube most likely caused the crash that killed a Massachusetts man last month, but the fork model had not been recalled, police said.

VICENZA, Italy (BRAIN) Wednesday May 16 2012 9:26 AM MT—Campagolo will be offering wider range gearing in some of its groups, including options for its top-end 11-speed electric groups and for its lower priced 10-speed groups.

STATE COLLEGE, PA (BRAIN) Tuesday May 15 2012 8:46 AM MT—A cyclist and coding expert who also happens to be a high school sophomore is offering a smart phone app that enables users to measure routes for biking or other activities.

WASHINGTON, DC (BRAIN) Tuesday May 15 2012 7:28 AM MT—The Consumer Product Safety Commission on Tuesday reminded bicyclists of 10 pending recalls.

FLETCHER, NC (BRAIN) Monday May 14 2012 12:47 PM MT—Cane Creek is offering dealers a free poster to help mechanics understand and make use of a standardized headset measuring system.

IRVINE, CA (BRAIN) Thursday May 10 2012 3:25 PM MT—Design engineer Tim Lane is best known for his work developing Felt’s DA and AR aero road bikes, so his latest project may raise a few eyebrows.

IRVINE, CA (BRAIN) Thursday May 10 2012 10:23 AM MT—Shimano's 2013 Direct Mount rear derailleur option won't hit retail sales floors until early this fall, but the company already is responding to criticism from consumers who are concerned about a design offering an alternative to a

WASHINGTON, DC (BRAIN) Thursday May 10 2012 10:00 AM MT—Quality Bicycle Products is recalling about 1,100 Salsa Minimalist racks because the mounting straps can break.

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VERONA, Italy (BRAIN) Wednesday May 9 2012 8:32 AM MT—Two teams will debut Vision's new time trial group at the Giro d'Italia on Wednesday, the company announced.

The company did not say when the group will be available to consumers or give pricing information.

MORGAN HILL, CA (BRAIN) Wednesday April 18 2012 8:15 AM MT—Specialized is working with the Consumer Product Safety Commission to recall about 600 Tektro brake levers used on some of the company's aero/time trial bikes and sold in the aftermarket.

ASHLAND, OR (BRAIN) Tuesday April 17 2012 12:01 PM MT—Fox is serious about tempting suspension mechanics to take its new Fox/UBI Master Tech Class.

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA (BRAIN) Monday April 16 2012 9:10 AM MT—Building on its Anthem X dual-suspension 29er, Giant on Monday introduced a range of three new carbon fiber 29ers.

WASHINGTON, DC (BRAIN) Thursday April 12 2012 2:35 PM MT—Three bike manufacturers and SR Suntour are working with the Consumer Product Safety Commission to recall about 17,000 bikes because the SR Suntour suspension forks can fail.

REHOBOTH, MA (BRAIN) Thursday April 12 2012 11:04 AM MT—Police here say the apparent failure of a recalled Cervelo fork may have contributed to a fatal bike accident Monday.

WASHINGTON, DC (BRAIN) Thursday April 5 2012 2:48 PM MT— Public Bikes is recalling some bike models because of a faulty pedal.

WASHINGTON, DC (BRAIN) Thursday April 5 2012 11:29 AM MT— Todson Inc. is working with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to recall about 40,000 Topeak Babyseat II Bicycle Carrier Seats.

SANTA CRUZ, CA (BRAIN) Monday April 2 2012 11:00 AM MT—Santa Cruz Bicycles has deepened its commitment to the 29er market, releasing details over the weekend about its new long-travel aluminum Tallboy LT and carbon fiber Tallboy LTc.

KORTRIJK, Belgium (BRAIN) Friday March 30 2012 10:06 AM MT—Trek Bicycle on Friday released details of its new Domane road bike, which members of the RadioShack-Nissan team have been racing on for several weeks.

MORGAN HILL, CA (BRAIN) Thursday March 29 2012 10:47 AM MT—Specialized is entering the e-bike market — at least in Europe — with a sleek high-end model called the Turbo, with a top speed of 45 kph (28 mph).


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