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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. So far

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.

Your shop on the big screen: Portland’s bike film festival wants IBD footage

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — Do you have some compelling video footage from your store, showing how brick-and-mortar bike shops can be the center of their local community bike culture? Portland’s Filmed by Bike film festival wants to hear from you. The May festival, which started in 2003, is now three days long and also goes on the road nationally, with one-night showings in about 20 cities last year

Velotooler app up and running, adds insurance and new partnerships

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Greg Siple, co-founder of Adventure Cycling, retires

MISSOULA, Mt. (BRAIN) — Greg Siple, Adventure Cycling Association’s co-founder and art director of 40 years, will retire on Jan. 29

Specialized launches new Roval wheels at Tour Down Under

MORGAN HILL, Calif. (BRAIN) — At the Tour Down Under this week, Specialized is launching a new range of Roval wheels, being used by the Bora-Hansgrohe and Quick-Step Floors teams.

Pinarello launches new Dogma F10

TREVISO, Italy (BRAIN) — Pinarello has launched the latest iteration of its Dogma road bike, the Dogma F10, which is being debuted by Team Sky at the Tour Down Under, which starts Friday. The F10 maintains the Dogma F8 all-around road bike characteristics, with increased stiffness, reduced aerodynamic drag and reduced weight. It has the same geometry as the F8.

Wilcockson recognized by cycling journalists’ association

Peloton's editor at large was given the AIJC's Outstanding Achievement in the field of Cycling Journalism Award.

Orbea names Jordan Hukee its USA marketing manager

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (BRAIN) — Orbea has promoted Jordan Hukee to be the brand’s USA marketing manager. Hukee has a long history with the brand, starting when he designed web banners in 2005 celebrating the Tour de France exploits of the Orbea-sponsored Euskaltel-Euskadi team

Yorkshire wins bid to host 2019 Road World Championships

This article was first published on Cyclingnews.com.

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The UCI has confirmed that Yorkshire will host the 2019 World Road Championships, meaning that the sport’s most important championships will return to Britain for the first time since 1982.

The UCI announced Yorkshire as the host for 2019 after a vote by the UCI Management Committee in Qatar at this year’s event. The UCI has already announced that the 2017 World Championships will be held in Bergen, Norway, with Innsbruck in Austria hosting the 2018 races. Hosting the 2019 World Championships is excellent news for British Cycling, that has been hit by a series of scandals in recent weeks and months. 

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The UCI also revealed a number of other host locations for future World Championships. Mont-Sainte-Anne in Canada was awarded the 2019 Mountain Bike (and Masters Mountain Bike) World Championships and Heusden-Zolder in Belgium and Houston in the USA will stage the 2019 and 2020 UCI BMX World Championships respectively. The 2020 UCI Track Cycling World Championships will be held in Berlin, Germany.

The UCI also announced that the Junior Track Cycling World Championships will be held at the UCI World Cycling Centre velodrome in Aigle, Switzerland every two years.

“The county has proved it is a fitting host for road cycling’s leading annual event and we are sure there will be world class crowds to match”

Yorkshire celebrates

Yorkshire staged a memorable Tour de France Grand Depart two years ago and created the Tour de Yorkshire with ASO as a consequence. To celebrate a successful bid, several buildings in Yorkshire were lit up in the colours of the UCI rainbow stripes.

Cookson hails Yorkshire bid

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