Posted April 8, 2019

DURHAM, N.C. (BRAIN) — A committee of unsecured debtors — whose members include a long list of bicycle suppliers owed millions by the bankrupt former owner of Performance Bicycle and ASI — is suing some of the companies that hold preferential positions in a bid to increase the amount of debt they are ultimately able to recover.

Posted April 4, 2019
An excerpt from Rad Power's civil complaint.

SEATTLE, Wash. (BRAIN) — Rad Power Bikes, one of the fastest growing e-bike brands in the direct-to-consumer channel, is suing an Arizona electric vehicle company that sells e-bikes under the Bam Power Bikes brand.

Posted April 3, 2019

NEW YORK CITY (BRAIN) — Two U.S. street artists are suing the British folding bike brand Brompton and 11 of its retailers, charging that the brand used their copyrighted art in social media campaigns without permission or compensation.

Posted April 3, 2019
Linda Collier Mason Mugshot courtesy Bexar County Sheriff’s Office

SAN ANTONIO, Texas (BRAIN) — A 67-year-old woman has been charged with DWI and intoxicated assault in connection with the death of local entrepreneur Tito Bradshaw, who died after being struck by a car while bicycling early Monday.

Posted September 6, 2018
RWC changed its DU Bushing Pilot to this shade after Park's complaint.

MINNEAPOLIS (BRAIN) — Park has held a trademark blue bike tools since 2008. But RWC's owner said he's switched to a different shade and accuses Park of bullying him.

Posted July 19, 2018
Sue George

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — has named Sue George its vice president. George has served as the company's director of communications since 2014.

Posted June 4, 2018

MADISON, Wis. (BRAIN) — A California judge has agreed to move a lawsuit filed by the family of the late comedian Chris Farley against Trek Bicycle Corp. to the Western District of Wisconsin court here, as Trek had requested.

Posted April 19, 2018

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Lance Armstrong has agreed to pay $5 million to the U.S. government to settle a federal lawsuit over alleged false claims to the U.S. Postal Service.

Posted April 19, 2018
The POC Coron Air helmet with SPIN.

STOCKHOLM (BRAIN) — MIPS and POC Sweden say they have agreed to settle a legal dispute over intellectual property used in ski and bike helmets. The companies say they have agreed to work together to develop safer helmets.

Posted September 1, 2016
Plaintiff has already reached settlement with Specialized, says Giant also may have violated patents.

MELBOURNE, Australia (BRAIN) — A privately held Australian company that owns two bicycle seat patents, Icon-Intellectual Property, is suing Merida Industry and Selle Royal and has notified Giant Bicycles that it, too, may be infringing its patents.

Posted June 16, 2016

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (BRAIN) — Settlement talks have apparently stalled between the Moab retailer Poison Spider Bicycles and the California-based offroad vehicle supplier Poison Spyder Customs.

Posted May 2, 2016

MOAB, Utah (BRAIN) — Poison Spider Bicycles, a longtime Moab retailer with a national following, is suing Tap Manufacturing, which markets various clothes and collectibles under the Poison Spyder Customs brand.

Posted March 23, 2016

COSTA MESA, Calif. (BRAIN) — The National Bicycle Dealers Association says the lawsuit between a Florida retailer and Giant Bicycle shows that many dealer agreements are one-sided or poorly understood. 


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