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(BRAIN) — DirtySixer is conducting a crowd-funding campaign to build e-bikes with 36-inch and 32-inch wheels. The company has been selling 36-inch wheel bikes and e-bikes for several years, and teased a 32-inch prototype in 2017. Now it is bringing the 32-inch size to market with the campaign.

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BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — For our April magazine edition, we asked our State of Retail panel members: What are your best practices for recruiting, hiring, and retaining qualified sales people and mechanics?

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Delta Cycle and Dimension stem raisers are being recalled because they can shift during use and pose a fall hazard.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — The House of Representatives on Tuesday passed the Expanding Public Lands Outdoor Recreation Experiences (EXPLORE) Act, legislation supported by outdoor and bike industry groups.

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DICKINSON, N.D. (BRAIN) — Bernice “Bernie” (Kessel) Santiago died on March 9 in the comfort of her own home surrounded by family. She was only 60 years of age.

(BRAIN) — Police were reportedly called to Scott Sports headquarters in Switzerland on Wednesday afternoon to respond to what officials said was "a dispute between managers." 

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Thule is recalling some RideAlong rear-mounted kids bike seats because the harness padding can contain an excess of a flame-retardant chemical that can be toxic if ingested or comes into contact with skin or eyes.

AMERSFOORT, Netherlands (BRAIN) — Babboe has extended its recall of four of its cargo bike models to the United Kingdom over concerns about frame integrity.

PONCHA SPRINGS, Colo. (BRAIN) — Canfield Bikes announced Wednesday it is relocating from Fruita to a location just outside Salida that includes a larger warehouse, connected office and retail space, and eventually will offer mountain bike demos and rentals.

A building in Hualien County, Taiwan, on Wednesday. Photo released by Taiwan Presidential Office.

TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — Industry members in Taiwan say Wednesday's 7.4 magnitude earthquake did little more than shake up residents and perhaps knock some products off the shelves.

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GIVISIEZ, Switzerland (BRAIN) — Industry veteran Beat Zaugg, who has been an owner of Scott Sports since 1998, says he remains the brand's CEO, a minority shareholder and chairman of its parent company board, despite a news release Friday saying that the board had fired him.

GIVISIEZ, Switzerland (BRAIN) — Scott Sports Board of Directors replaced CEO Beat Zaugg "to refresh Scott's development to become a world-class manufacturer in bikes and other outdoor sport categories."

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GOLDEN, Colo. (BRAIN) — Feedback Sports is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a limited edition version of its top-end Pro Mechanic workstand.