Fox Factory reports 10.3% sales growth in bike products in Q1


Amer’s Mavic/Enve sales slump 12 percent in Q1

HELSINKI (BRAIN) — Sales in Amer Sports’ cycling division, comprising the Mavic and Enve brands, were down 12 percent in local currencies in the first quarter, to 32.1 million euros ($38.9 million). The company said its cycling sales were “adversely impacted by lower OEM orders.” Amer’s total sales were up 1 percent in the quarter, to 664.2 million euros

First quarter wholesale bike sales up 2.4% thanks to e-bikes and gravel bikes

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — The U.S

Dorel Sports: Revenues down but operating profits rise in Q2 and first half

Company blames sales declines at mass and fewer closeouts in IBD channel for revenue drop in second quarter. MONTRÉAL (BRAIN) — Dorel Industries reported that second-quarter revenue was down 11 percent in its sports division, which includes its mass and IBD bike businesses, including Cannondale, Caloi, GT, Mongoose, Schwinn and Sugoi brands

Fox Factory bike-related sales up 3% in second quarter

SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. (BRAIN) — Fox Factory Holding Corp

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

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

Fox Factory sees 16 percent sales increase in bike products


Amer’s cycling sales fall 5% in first quarter

HELSINKI (BRAIN) — Amer Sports Corporation is reporting that its cycling sales — comprising business by its Mavic and Enve brands — were down 5 percent in the January through March period, compared to the same period last year.

Vista Outdoor reports sales increase due to acquisitions

The owner of Bell, Giro and CamelBak sees a drop in organic sales and profits. FARMINGTON, Utah (BRAIN) — Vista Outdoor Inc. sales hit $654 million in its fiscal quarter than ended Jan.

Dorel Sports: Third-quarter, YTD revenues down

IBDs are holding off on big preseason buys, company says. In weak market, division focuses on improving its margins, internal operations. MONTREAL (BRAIN) — Dorel’s bike division reported a drop in third-quarter revenue of $15.8 million, or 5.9 percent, and a year-to-date revenue decrease of $42.8 million, or 5.7 percent.