Month: March 1988

Kinetic Koffee '10 Catalog Here

ARCATA, CA (BRAIN)—Kinetic Koffee, a coffee roaster specializing in certified organic coffees for the cycling and outdoor enthusiast, announced the arrival of its 2010 catalog and pricelist. The eight page catalog includes tasting notes on each of Kinetic Koffee’s micro-roasted coffees as well as information on the AeroPresstm and Kinetic Koffee branded clothing, coffee mugs …

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Felt Launches New Web Site

IRVINE, CA (BRAIN)—Felt Bicycles has launched a new Web site to coincide with its 2010 product line. The new site (click on link) features an improved visual presentation, more dynamic product displays and a more intuitive, streamlined system of navigating Felt’s diverse bicycle and parts offerings. Technical enhancements to the new site include an updated …

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SockGuy Taps Creagh-Keller Sales

CARLSBAD, CA (BRAIN)—SockGuy has tapped industry veterans Creagh-Keller Sales, Inc. as its co-pilots and partners to help continue to “Spread the SockGuy LUV” to bike shops and new channels all along the Mid-Atlantic region. By adding Creagh-Keller’s 50-plus years of sales experience to its outside sales force, SockGuy strengthens its representation to all of the …

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Bicycle Injuries in U.S. on the Rise

NEW YORK, NY (BRAIN)—Bicycle injuries in the United States have become more severe and there has been a marked increase in chest and stomach injuries, according to a recent Reuters story. Click on link for full story.

Kona AfricaBikes Head to Vietnam

FERNDALE, WA (BRAIN)—Kona Bicycles and Roadmonkey Adventure Philanthropy have partnered to provide Kona AfricaBikes to ethnic minority students in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. In Vietnam, Roadmonkey identified the need—the Kon Ray boarding school for gifted ethnic minority students in an impoverished region near the city of Kon Tum—and Kona filled it, with 16 of its AfricaBikes …

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