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.

Fulvio Acquati, the managing director of Deda Elementi for the past 18 years, has died after a short illness.

The number of U.S. independent bicycle retailers declined 2.6 percent between 2015 and 2016, according to a new report from the National Bicycle Dealers Association.

Race Productions NV, parent company of Ridley, is taking over Belgian brand Eddy Merckx.

You might describe it as a concept store on steroids. At 10,000 square metres it’s almost certainly the largest bicycle showroom in the world.

Thanks to improved technology, indoor cycling is booming. Unfortunately there’s probably other factors also contributing to this boom – increased concern about safety in traffic and general security throughout our cities in today’s disturbing world of random terror attacks.

Chinese owned and based Wanda Group is a huge multinational corporation with 130,000 staff, privately owned by Mr Wang Jianlin one of China’s and the world’s richest men.

Key founding staff members of SRAM are transitioning out of full time employment. SRAM started in 1987 with six employees and one product, Grip Shift. Today it has approximately 3,500 employees and 157 product platforms.