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The Bike Cooperative adds Julbo to supplier network

MANCHESTER, N.H.

What does the industry think about Interbike’s move to Reno?

Is the 'reset' enough to revitalize the show?

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Trips for Kids appoints a new national director

SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (BRAIN) — Trips for Kids has appointed Robert Alan Ping as its executive director.

Opinion: Should cyclists be allowed to yield at stop signs?

By Walt Seifert Editor’s note:  Walt Seifert is executive director of Sacramento Trailnet, a nonprofit association promoting greenways with a paved trail network in Sacramento, California. For 35 years, people riding bikes in Idaho have been allowed to do something they can’t legally do just about anywhere else—treat stop signs as yields

Outdoor Gear Canada signs distribution agreement with BMX brands Fit Bike and S&M

ST.-LAURENT, Quebec (BRAIN) — Outdoor Gear Canada’s BMX division, OGCBMX, has signed an exclusive multi-year distribution agreement with Fit Bike Co. and S&M

Pedego opens 100th retail store

SIMSBURY, Conn. — As it nears its 10 th anniversary, Pedego Electric Bikes celebrates the opening of its 100 th retail store, in Simsbury, Connecticut.

Memphis bike share system planned for spring 2018 launch

New system will be the largest to use B-Cycle's Dash system. MEMPHIS, Tenn

Memphis bike share system planned for spring 2018 launch

New system will be the largest to use B-Cycle's Dash system. MEMPHIS, Tenn. (BRAIN) — A 600-bike bike share system is planned for Memphis, where Explore Bike Share, a local non-profit, has announced its contract agreement with B-Cycle.

Portland State Univ. asks brands, retailers to promote e-bike survey

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — With more than 1,000 responses already received, a university researcher is asking the industry to promote an online survey on how consumers use e-bikes. June 23 is the last day to take the survey

Bike industry leaders call Trump’s Paris accord decision ‘embarrassing’ and ’short-sighted’

MORGAN HILL, Calif. (BRAIN) — Leaders of two of the largest bike brands are speaking out publicly about President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord.  Trek Bicycle’s CEO John Burke tweeted about the decision on Thursday, calling Trump’s move “embarrassing.” Specialized made a post on its Facebook page Thursday afternoon, soon after Trump announced his decision.