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Southern California’s ARB Cyclery closes its doors

IRVINE, Calif. (BRAIN) — After serving Orange County cyclists for more than a decade, ARB Cyclery’s last day of business was May 31.

Deadline for America’s Best Bike Shop applications nears

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Time is getting short to take part in the National Bicycle Dealers Association’s sixth annual “America’s Best Bike Shops” program.

Velogicfit launches new version of its 3D Motion fit system

CAMBRIDGE, New Zealand (BRAIN) — New Zealand-based bike fitting company Velogicfit has launched a new 3D Motion bike fitting system for bike retailer use. The company said the new version of its system is easier to use and allows customers to see the effect of position changes in real time.

Former retailer launches software allowing customer feedback

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Brandon Dwight, the former co-owner of Boulder Cycle Sport here, has launched a software program that allows shops to easily gather feedback from customers who received technical service at their stores. Service Reign is an add-on “integration” for the Lightspeed Retail POS

Former retailer launches software allowing customer feedback

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Brandon Dwight, the former co-owner of Boulder Cycle Sport here, has launched a software program that allows shops to easily gather feedback from customers who received technical service at their stores

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

Is the 'reset' enough to revitalize the show?

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Jamis and Nirve add new staff members

NORTHVALE, N.J. (BRAIN) — Jamis and Nirve Bicycles, two brands owned by  G. Joannou Cycles, have announced the hiring of several new staff members.  Stacey Kielman will be joining the company as the new outside sales representative responsible for all of Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Jamis and Nirve add new staff members

NORTHVALE, N.J.

World Cycling Forum finalizes agenda

PORTO, Portugal (BRAIN) — The inaugural World Cycling Forum, set for June 7 and 8 in Porto, Portugal, will focus on “consumer centricity and increasing speed to market,” organizers stated.

Muc-Off adds three new US distributors

BTI, Downeast and Hans Johnsen join Hawley Lambert.