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US based casual cycle clothing brand, Club Ride Apparel, has teamed up with Vivelo to service Australia and New Zealand's bike shops.

The ASG Group (www.asgint.com), which operates globally in the bike industry through offices in Italy, South Africa and the USA, have announced the acquisition of Californian mountain bike brand, Ellsworth.

The United Nations General Assembly has endorsed bicycles as a catalyst for social development and engagement, and upon consensus from 193 member states, has instated June 3rd as World Bicycle Day.

 Interbike today announced that key brands in several categories have committed to Interbike Marketweek, as registration opens today for all attendees including retailers, distributors and  media. 

Bike share business, Mobike, sells for 2.7 billion dollars.

Munich, Germany – the edco team is growing to support the world wide cycling business and the growing demand for edco products. Christian Dietl has joined the team as Global Sales Director.

Restart for the traditional manufacturer edco: by innovative products, a new management and a trend-setting strategy the premium brand for bicycle components positions itself anew.

Trek Bicycle and Tome Software are leading the drive to make roads safer for cyclists. With the support of Ford Motor Co., they’ll continue a movement toward an industry standard for active-cycling safety in 2018.

A load of new Scott bikes were pulled from the ocean after a container ship spilt some of its load off the coast of Brazil.

ofo, the world's leading station-free bike-sharing company, announced its North American launch today, with Seattle as its first official city.

Australian wheel design and carbon innovation guru, Mello Bouwmeister, has joined the Selle Royal Group as Head Composite Engineer.

Garmin Ltd, the biggest name in cycling computers, looks set to continue product development around cycling and wind resistance.

How can we grow our industry by 400% or more? Velo-city offered some great ideas.

Vista Outdoor, which owns several bike-related companies including Bell and Giro, has laid off 57 employees across its portfolio of more than 50 outdoor brands.

With eMTB’s being the fastest growing category of ebikes and particularly strong in Australia, Bosch eBike Systems is launching a world-first ‘eMTB mode’ designed for e-mountain bike riders.