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Continental revamps its King Series mountain bike tires

ALISO VIEJO, Calif. (BRAIN) —  Continental said it has redesigned its King Series line of mountain bike tires from the inside out.

Buffalo’s Tom’s Pro Bike acquires Park Ave Bike Shop

BUFFALO, N.Y. (BRAIN) — The owners of Tom’s Pro Bike Service, which has two locations in the Buffalo area, have acquired Park Ave Bike Shop, which has two locations in the Rochester area, about an hour away.  Tom and Val Lonzi bought the Park Ave business from Andy August effective May 2

Moots and Ibis donate bikes to benefit advocacy and trail building

Each company has offered up a bike to be raffled by regional groups.

Focus Bikes brings long-travel e-MTB to North America

Company said it's already sold out the first shipment. CARLSBAD, Calif. (BRAIN) — Focus Bikes is now selling a long-travel enduro e-bike, the SAM², in the U.S.

BMC Switzerland hires Ryan Cleek as North American marketing manager

SAN DIEGO (BRAIN) — BMC Switzerland has hired Ryan Cleek as the North American marketing manager.

Wirth departs MBA, magazine promotes staff to fill void

SANTA CLARITA, Calif.

Kona raffle and party during Sea Otter will benefit California trail groups

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (BRAIN) — Kona Bicycles will hold a pair of fundraising events at next week’s Sea Otter Classic to benefit two mountain bike advocacy groups and their efforts to rebuild trails damaged in last year’s California wildfires. At Booth 576 during the Sea Otter expo, Kona will raffle off a limited-edition bike (just 200 made) valued at $2,299. Only 250 tickets will be sold at $20 each.

Packmaker Gregory Mountain Products expands its mountain bike hydration offerings

SALT LAKE CITY (BRAIN) — Gregory Mountain Products, best known for its technical backpacks, is getting deeper the mountain bike hydration pack market.

Reynolds offers new line of carbon wheels retailing for about $1,300

SANDY, Utah (BRAIN) — Reynolds Cycling is offering a new line of carbon-rim mountain bike wheels that retail for $1,299.  The new TR line of wheels features the same rim design as the company’s TR S family and have a lifetime warranty and 30-day satisfaction guarantee.  “When we set out to design the TR wheels, we knew customers wanted lower price carbon wheels with the same performance and durability they’ve come to expect from Reynolds. At $1,299, you’d be hard pressed to find a better bang for your buck,” the company said. The TR wheels all have Reyolds’ TR3 Mountain hub, which is available with Boost or non-Boost (12×142 rear) spacing and Shimano freehub or SRAM XD driver and Centerlock rotor mounting

North Carolina’s Motion Makers Bicycle Shop to open third store in May

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (BRAIN) — Retailer Kent Cranford has announced plans to open a third Motion Makers Bicycle Shop later this spring.