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First-time exhibitor Rivendell showing new model designed for dirt

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — For the first time since it began selling lugged steel custom bikes in 1994, Rivendell Bicycle Works is exhibiting at Interbike. The company, which is based in Walnut Creek, California, has historically sold mostly consumer direct, first by catalog mail order and later online. But a handful of shops sell Rivendell, and founder Grant Petersen said hes here at the show to connect with a few more. Its only my second or third Interbike in 24 years. The show is close to home and ...


Noted designer Alexander Julian returns to the bike world with Defeet

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — Alexander Julian is one of the best-known American designers, known for his Colours brand and his wardrobe designs for TV shows and movies. Less known is that Julian has long ties to bicycle retailing: In the 1930s his father ran Julians Cyclery in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, before opening a well-known haberdashery. I was the lucky kid who never had a problem getting his bike fixed, Julian told BRAIN at Interbike this week. Even as he developed a global reputation in desig...


Catrike launches new Eola model at Interbike

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — Catrike is launching the entirely new Eola model at Interbike this week. Eola captures the passion and engineering of Catrike in a sleek, modern design. Built with a purpose, the Eola features a lightweight alloy frame, 20-inch wheels and the latest drivetrain technology that creates a nimble and spirited ride, the Florida-based company said. The Eiola features a Catrike-engineered Space Frame and adjustable Peace Boom. Component highlights include an FSA Omega crankset with...


BRAIN names Frothingham editor in chief as Carpiet departs

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — Bicycle Retailer & Industry News has promoted Steve Frothingham to editor in chief of its magazine and website. Lynette Carpiet, who has been editor since 2011, is leaving the magazine to pursue new opportunities. Carpiet steered the editorial direction for BRAIN for the past seven years, working under publishers Marc Sani and Megan Tompkins. Ive had an incredible run at BRAIN and Im thankful for the opportunity I was given to learn the bike industry and become part of s...


Carolina vendors escape mostly unscathed from Florence

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — Interbike exhibitors based in North and South Carolina said their workers and facilities largely escaped damage from Hurricane Florence. BRAIN is still trying to contact coastal retailers who may have been affected. Companies from that region report that aside from adjusting their travel plans, they saw little to no damage from flooding or storm winds. “Our South Carolina factory is 70 miles inland, so our only fear was about flooding,” said Arnold Kamler, CEO of Bicycle Co...


With tariff increases on the way, should retailers stock up? Suppliers have opinions

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — With a 10 percent tariff hitting bikes next Monday, and an additional 15 percent being added Jan. 1, should retailers dig deep and order all the bikes they can before the end of the year KHS has launched a Trump Tariff Buster promotion at the show, giving retailers the opportunity to split the tariff increase with the company on China-made bikes they pre-order.  Wayne D. Gray, KHSs vice president, said, KHS believes in free trade, and we think these tariffs are the wrong mov...


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First-time exhibitor Rivendell showing new model designed for dirt

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — For the first time since it began selling lugged steel custom bikes in 1994, Rivendell Bicycle Works is exhibiting at Interbike. The company, which is based in Walnut Creek, California, has historically sold mostly consumer direct, first by catalog mail order and later online. But a handful of shops sell Rivendell, and founder Grant Petersen said hes here at the show to connect with a few more. Its only my second or third Interbike in 24 years. The show is close to home and ...


Noted designer Alexander Julian returns to the bike world with Defeet

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — Alexander Julian is one of the best-known American designers, known for his Colours brand and his wardrobe designs for TV shows and movies. Less known is that Julian has long ties to bicycle retailing: In the 1930s his father ran Julians Cyclery in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, before opening a well-known haberdashery. I was the lucky kid who never had a problem getting his bike fixed, Julian told BRAIN at Interbike this week. Even as he developed a global reputation in desig...


Catrike launches new Eola model at Interbike

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — Catrike is launching the entirely new Eola model at Interbike this week. Eola captures the passion and engineering of Catrike in a sleek, modern design. Built with a purpose, the Eola features a lightweight alloy frame, 20-inch wheels and the latest drivetrain technology that creates a nimble and spirited ride, the Florida-based company said. The Eiola features a Catrike-engineered Space Frame and adjustable Peace Boom. Component highlights include an FSA Omega crankset with...


BRAIN names Frothingham editor in chief as Carpiet departs

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — Bicycle Retailer & Industry News has promoted Steve Frothingham to editor in chief of its magazine and website. Lynette Carpiet, who has been editor since 2011, is leaving the magazine to pursue new opportunities. Carpiet steered the editorial direction for BRAIN for the past seven years, working under publishers Marc Sani and Megan Tompkins. Ive had an incredible run at BRAIN and Im thankful for the opportunity I was given to learn the bike industry and become part of s...


Carolina vendors escape mostly unscathed from Florence

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — Interbike exhibitors based in North and South Carolina said their workers and facilities largely escaped damage from Hurricane Florence. BRAIN is still trying to contact coastal retailers who may have been affected. Companies from that region report that aside from adjusting their travel plans, they saw little to no damage from flooding or storm winds. “Our South Carolina factory is 70 miles inland, so our only fear was about flooding,” said Arnold Kamler, CEO of Bicycle Co...


With tariff increases on the way, should retailers stock up? Suppliers have opinions

RENO, Nev. (BRAIN) — With a 10 percent tariff hitting bikes next Monday, and an additional 15 percent being added Jan. 1, should retailers dig deep and order all the bikes they can before the end of the year KHS has launched a Trump Tariff Buster promotion at the show, giving retailers the opportunity to split the tariff increase with the company on China-made bikes they pre-order.  Wayne D. Gray, KHSs vice president, said, KHS believes in free trade, and we think these tariffs are the wrong mov...


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