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BRAIN Dealer Tour tastes Kansas’ gravel on its final day

LAWRENCE, Kan. (BRAIN) — Forty-six miles of riding — a good dusty chunk of it on gravel roads — brought the BRAIN Dealer Tour crew to visit two shops Thursday. One store was less than two months old in a tiny town that happens to be along a popular cycling route.

Parvilla Cycles holds grand opening in new, larger location

Move allows retailer to purchase its own building and expand fit studio. EDGEWATER, Md

Former employees reopen Delaware shop in new location following closure

NEWARK, Del. (BRAIN) — On a Monday in mid-January, Tom Harvey, the owner of Wooden Wheels bike shop, announced he would close the shop. Employees Chris Denney, Robbie Downward and David Ferguson didn’t see it coming.

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.

Calgary Cycle opens new location

CALGARY, Alberta (BRAIN) — Calgary Cycle, which claims to be the oldest bike shop in the city, has opened a new, 12,000-square-foot store for the 2018 season.

Just Ride LA reopens as a Giant Partner Store

LOS ANGELES (BRAIN) — Just Ride LA, a store that started in a garage in 2006, has been remodeled and has reopened as a Giant Partner Store.

Princeton Sports closing one location after selling building

BALTIMORE (BRAIN) — Princeton Sports, a third-generation ski and bike retailer that dates to 1936, is closing one of its two locations after selling the real estate. The retailer began a liquidation sale at its 17,000-square foot Columbia, Maryland, store on Thursday.

BikeBookings software helps stores communicate with service customers, manage service area

PERTH, Australia (BRAIN) — BikeBookings.com, an Australian company that offers a software package for bike service department management and communication, is now available in the U.S. BikeBookings allows consumers to book service appointments online, any time of the day, through a mobile app or website widget that can be customized with the store’s branding. The system also allows the store to communicate with customers through a chat feature in the mobile app or via email or texts.

Florida retailers and suppliers brace for Irma

MIAMI (BRAIN) — On the heels of flooding and devastation in Houston following Hurricane Harvey, Florida businesses are bracing for what is being forecasted as a Category 5 storm set to hit the state this weekend. Irma was set to hit Southern Florida by early Sunday, but mandatory evacuations had been issued by Thursday in some parts of Miami-Dade County and public schools in the county were closed Thursday and Friday. Mack’s Cycle & Fitness, one of the Miami area’s largest retailers, was closing early Thursday afternoon when BRAIN called.  “We’ll be closed through the weekend and I hope we can re-open Monday or Tuesday depending on how the weekend goes,” said Isabella Rojas, a lead salesperson at Mack’s

Houston retailers brave Hurricane Harvey

HOUSTON (BRAIN) — A massive slice of southeast Texas is essentially shut down for business as Hurricane Harvey continues to drench the region in rainfall. Steve Matill, director of sales for Hans Johnsen Company, a Dallas-based distributor, said he knows of at least five stores that are flooded and most likely several more

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