CHATTANOOGA, TN (BRAIN)—American Bicycle Group was featured in March's Popular Mechanic magazine.
The focus: Made in the USA titanium frames, of course.
Click on the link to see the short feature.
MONTEREY, CA (BRAIN)—While the Sea Otter Classic has long been known as a "see-and-be-seen" event for athletes, the same could be said for manufacturers and their new products.
OTTAWA, Ontario (BRAIN)—Carbon Sports, the high-end manufacturer of lightweight wheels, has founded Carbon Sports North America.
Carbon Sports North American is based in Ottawa, and its operational structure includes secure bonded warehousing in upstate New York.
LONGVIEW, WA (BRAIN)—A Washington podiatrist suspected of stealing $56,000 worth of high-end bikes in eight states has committed suicide.
Dr. Jacob Bos, 36, took his own life on Feb. 23 while in the psychiatric ward of St. John’s Hospital in Longview, WA, said Longview Police Sgt. Mike Hallowell.
LAGUNA HILLS, CA (BRAIN)—Every year when we deliver our annual industry directory, we inadvertently leave out a company like Ritchey and Syncros, make a mistake in the information, or find out later that a company moved without telling us.
ODGEN, UT (BRAIN)—Jim Pfeil joins Edge Composites as the company’s general manager. Previously, Pfeil was the founder and president of Reynolds Composites.
JACKSON, WY (BRAIN)—From its inception in 2005, the Kona AfricaBike program has had a simple, primary focus: provide durable, easy-to-maintain AfricaBikes to healthcare workers to assist in the treatment of HIV/AIDS patients.
WHEAT RIDGE, CO (BRAIN)—Wheat Ridge Cyclery will be opening its doors tomorrow night for its annual “Women’s Night Out” starting at 6:30 p.m. The shop is expecting high attendance.
SANTA ROSA, CA (BRAIN)—“It was crazy.”
That’s how owner Dave Chavis of Dr. J'S Bicycle Bicychiatry in Solvang described the Tour of California as it rolled through town last week.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN)—Selling Cycling 2008 consists of 28 three-to-five-minute training modules, available either on DVD or online.
There is also online Product Category training for 32 different bike and accessory categories, and over 4,000 individual product SKUs from 75 top brands.
PASADENA, CA (BRAIN)—Inclement weather didn't dampen the crowds' spirit as they lined the course from Santa Clarita to Pasadena, cheering on American Levi Leipheimer as he captured his second straight Tour of California title yesterday.
COSTA MESA, CA (BRAIN)—The NBDA and OutdoorIndustryJobs.com, an employment network Web site for the outdoor, bicycle, hunting and fishing, action sports and winter sport industries, have partnered to bring a state-of-the-art online job board focused directly on the bicycle industry.
SEATTLE, WA (BRAIN)—Only in the Northwest where coffee is king is it possible for police to track down a bike theft suspect with a cup of java.
NEWMARKET, Ontario (BRAIN)—The Bicycle Trade Association of Canada (BTAC) has announced the six recipients of the $25,000 in grants.
Awarded twice a year and available to cycling focused community groups, BTAC’s Grant Program will support projects that put more people on bikes.
LAGUNA HILLS, CA (BRAIN)—While she loves each and every one of you in the industry, BRAIN's do-it-all editor Megan Tompkins has taken a much needed vacation starting today.
She will be gone for two weeks in Africa, possibly hunting wild game, but more likely searching for e-mail access and a Starbucks.
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OMAHA, NE (BRAIN)—Midwest Cycling has partnered with Trek to offer two people from each city a unique opportunity to integrate bicycles into their daily life.
The Go By Bike Challenge started yesterday in Omaha, NE, Kansas City, MO, and St. Louis, MO.
BLOOMINGTON, MN (BRAIN)—QBP has reached an agreement to fund Full Cycle, a Minneapolis-based outreach program that offers free bikes to homeless and at-risk youth as a way to engage them with vitally needed social services.