Butch Boucher to resign as president of Moots, but remain with the company part time


Stages Cycling recognizes its top 10 dealers

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — Stages Cycling has announced its 2017 Dealer Awards, given to dealers “for support of the Stages brand by growing the power category at retail, continuing to expand the Stages business into new product categories, supporting education initiatives and excellence in product presentation at retail.” “Our dealer partners provide unrivaled support and education for the cycling power consumer,” said Dan Knisely, Stages sales director for the Americas.

Detroit Bikes now shipping fully assembled bikes

DETROIT (BRAIN) — Detroit Bikes is now shipping its bikes fully assembled from its factory in the Motor City. Shipments of five units can be delivered anywhere in the continental U.S

In rain and sun, the BRAIN Dealer Tour comes to Colorado’s Grand Valley

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (BRAIN) — The BRAIN Dealer Tour is visting stores and suppliers here this week, pedaling between stops in glorious sun and cold rain

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BRAIN Dealer Tour of the Grand Valley kicks off Tuesday

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (BRAIN) – Bicycle Retailer & Industry News staff is returning to Colorado, but this time editors and sponsors will visit shops in Grand Junction, Fruita and Palisade.

Masi launches online bike sales, with delivery through dealers

VISTA, Calif.

Rotor hires Matt Clements as East Coast tech rep

MADRID (BRAIN) — Rotor America has hired Matt Clements as its East Coast tech rep. Clements worked in DC-area bike shops and raced for Lees McCrae College before joining Rotor America. “I’m really excited to contribute to a brand as innovative as Rotor,” said Clements

As crammed CABDA show opens, organizers announce larger venue for 2018

The Chicago dealer show will move to a 100,000-square-foot space in Schaumburg, Illinois, next year. ST. CHARLES, Ill

BicycleBlueBook redesigns website to funnel traffic toward shops

SAN JOSE, Calif. (BRAIN) — has been a popular website for years for bike owners curious about their ride’s value — it now attracts about three quarters of a million monthly visitors. Now the company has reconfigured its site to make it more likely that visitors will navigate to the website of a nearby IBD participating in its Authorized Trade-In Partner program.  BicycleBlueBook’s IBD network has grown from a 100 dealers to more than 750 in the last year.  The new site still lets consumers quickly check the value of their bike for “Private Party” sale

KMC Cross Fest will add dealer event for 2017

Eddy Merckx Cycles to sponsor event's Gran Fondo. THOMPSON, Conn