design

Canyon goes live with US sales

CARLSBAD, Calif. (BRAIN) — Canyon has officially launched sales to consumers in the United States. The Germany-based company began taking orders for road, mountain, triathlon, and commuter bikes on canyon.com

J&B distributing Ottolock cinch lock

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — Otto DesignWorks’ Ottolock is now available to retailers through J&B Importers. “We are excited to have J&B as a distributor,” said Eric Merk, vp of sales for Otto DesignWorks

CalBike announces program for California Bicycle Summit

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (BRAIN) — The California Bicycle Coalition (CalBike) has announced the initial program for this year’s California Bicycle Summit, set for Oct. 3-6 at the Sacramento Convention Center and surrounding venues

Canyon receives Red Dot Design Team of the Year award

KOBLENZ, Germany (BRAIN) — Canyon has received the Red Dot: Design Team of the Year 2017 award and its team will be included in the Red Dot Hall of Fame, the organization has announced.

Chris McGovern joins Donnelly Sports

Editor’s note: On Monday morning, BRAIN mistakenly posted an old announcement about a personnel change at Donnelly Sports.

Emerald: Soft Interbike, OR Summer shows expected to impact revenue

Company seeks growth through acquisitions in consolidating trade show industry. SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif.

Profile Design recalling Cobra S stems

Nearly 10,000 stems were sold in the aftermarket and as OE spec. WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Profile Design is recalling about 9,700 Cobra S handlebar stems because the carbon-wrapped stems can corrode and break

Ben Serotta returns with two bike projects

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.

Portland’s Western Bikeworks reopens after extensive remodel

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — After six years in its Pearl District location here, Western Bikeworks COO Mike Urness decided it was time to modernize the 10,000-square-foot store in order to up its retail game and deliver the upscale shopping experience Portland shoppers have come to expect.  Urness worked with retail design firm 3 Dots Design to update the shop’s interior.    “We are just finishing the redesign and build-out of our downtown Portland store and 3 Dots was a huge help — from pulling the store design and layout together to helping us select materials, fixtures and mannequins and then connecting us with excellent suppliers and helping with negotiations, pricing and logistics,” Urness said.  The remodel included carving out a triathlon-specific zone to house tri apparel, accessories, wetsuits and a complete offering of tri bikes.

Portland’s Western Bikeworks reopens after extensive remodel

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — After six years in its Pearl District location here, Western Bikeworks COO Mike Urness decided it was time to modernize the 10,000-square-foot store in order to up its retail game and deliver the upscale shopping experience Portland shoppers have come to expect.  Urness worked with retail design firm 3 Dots Design to update the shop’s interior.    “We are just finishing the redesign and build-out of our downtown Portland store and 3 Dots was a huge help — from pulling the store design and layout together to helping us select materials, fixtures and mannequins and then connecting us with excellent suppliers and helping with negotiations, pricing and logistics,” Urness said.  The remodel included carving out a triathlon-specific zone to house tri apparel, accessories, wetsuits and a complete offering of tri bikes.