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Posted August 1, 2008

VISTA, CA (BRAIN)—Canari Cyclewear is throwing its support behind two riders that will be documented for an upcoming film.

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Posted August 1, 2008

ARCATA, CA (BRAIN)—Kinetic Koffee will be donating a percentage of all coffee sales in the month of August to World Bicycle Relief, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing access to independence and livelihood through The Power of Bicycles in impoverished areas throughout the world.

Posted in North America Tagged Advocacy/Non-profits
Posted August 1, 2008

SAN CARLOS, CA (BRAIN)—Ritchey Design/Syncros USA has promoted Nate Shaw, former top caliber inside sales motor, to national retail sales manager.

Under this new title, Shaw will manage three customer groups: Retail Direct, Builder Sales and Grassroots Team businesses.

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Posted August 1, 2008

BOULDER, CO (BRAIN)—From within the walls that brought the world the Speedball seatpost, DUC 32 fork and legendary Maverick frames comes the nation's newest suspension service center.

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Posted August 1, 2008

BY JASON NORMAN

LAS VEGAS, NV—Tom Hillard knows a great deal about the Cactus Cup. After all, he brought the idea of sponsorship to his boss at Specialized at the time.

Posted in North America Tagged Events
Posted August 1, 2008

BY NICOLE FORMOSA

LIVIGNO, Italy—GT aims to grow its U.S. market share this year by developing a new consumer advertising campaign, building on its new traveling demo program and implementing sports marketing and merchandising initiatives.

Posted in North America
Posted August 1, 2008

BY NICOLE FORMOSA

HOLBROOK, NY—News that Iron Horse Bicycle Company would discontinue sales of its bikes in the independent bicycle dealer channel drew mixed reactions from the brand’s retailers—some were let down, while others said they saw the move coming.

Posted in North America
Posted July 31, 2008

MILAN, Italy (BRAIN)—Oakley sales continued to soar in the second quarter of 2008 with the company reporting another period of double-digit growth. Sales jumped 19.6 percent in the second quarter, on top of the 15 percent growth Oakley saw in the first quarter of the year.

Posted in North America Tagged Earnings/Financial Reports
Posted July 31, 2008

SEATTLE, WA (BRAIN)—Nuun Active Hydration has hired Evan Wert for the newly created position of specialty sports sales manager.

Posted in North America Tagged People
Posted July 31, 2008

WASHINGTON D.C. (BRAIN)—Lawmakers moved closer this week to the biggest overhaul of U.S. product-safety rules in a generation.

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Posted July 31, 2008

NOVATO, CA (BRAIN)—When Marin Bikes called the third party travel company that booked their rooms for Interbike to verify their reservations, the Northern California company was shocked when the phones were disconnected.

Posted in North America Tagged Interbike
Posted July 31, 2008

This NYC cop is a former offensive lineman. What a shocker. It seems, however, that he has now been benched (or rather desked) for this bit of aggression (click on link) during a recent Critical Mass ride in Times Square.

Posted in North America
Posted July 30, 2008

WILMINGTON, MA (BRAIN)—Matthew Bracken will join Pedro's as product manager starting tomorrow.

Bracken most recently served as president of Independent Fabrication, overseeing day-to-day operations for the high-end frame builders.

Posted in North America Tagged People
Posted July 30, 2008

FORT WAYNE, IN (BRAIN)—J&B's assistant facility manager Tom Rodriguez died of a severe asthma attack on July 20.

He had been a part of the industry for more than 20 years.

Rodriguez had been working for J&B since 2001 at its Fort Wayne, Indiana location.

Posted in North America Tagged People
Posted July 30, 2008

HANCOCK, MA (BRAIN)—The Kenda Bikefest presented by Dirt Rag magazine, formerly known as Pedro’s Fest, brought in more than 1,500 people this past weekend to the Apple Tree Organic Farm in Hancock, Massachusetts.

Posted in North America Tagged Events
Posted July 30, 2008

"Summer means many different things to different people. To some it might mean the thrill of a high speed catamaran. Others like to float around and soak up a few stray rays. Still others like some kind of inland activity. But for us, it's the sport of surfing."

Posted in North America
Posted July 30, 2008

OLATHE, KS (BRAIN)—Garmin reported revenues in its Outdoor/Fitness segment revenue increased 54 percent to $119 million in the second quarter.

The gains were due to the strength of our product introductions in the quarter, including the Colorado series, the Forerunner 405 and the Edge 705.

Posted in North America Tagged Earnings/Financial Reports
Posted July 29, 2008

ASHLAND, OR (BRAIN)—Veteran framebuilder Paul Sadoff will teach frame building at United Bicycle Institute (UBI) in Ashland, Oregon.

UBI was considering expanding its staff of instructors to meet demand for classes, and Sadoff found himself in the neighborhood.

Posted in North America Tagged People
Posted July 29, 2008

FERNDALE, WA (BRAIN)—Kona has hired Shawn “Smiley” Nesbitt for its sports marketing department.

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Posted July 29, 2008

BETHEL, CT (BRAIN)—Matt Mannelly, president and chief executive officer of Cannondale, is leaving Cannondale.

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