Month: November 1989

Pacenti Sells BikeLugs.com

CHATTANOOGA, TN (BRAIN)—After more than a decade of producing proprietary lugs, fork crowns, BB shells and drop-outs, Kirk Pacenti has decided to sell BikeLugs.com to pursue other opportunities in the bicycle industry. “I have really enjoyed serving the custom frame building community. But my goals have changed, and I want to focus on designing and …

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The 5th Spot

The Cycle Loft of Burlington, MA hosts the movie “Life Cycles” on November 4 at The Kendall Square Cinema at 7:30 p.m. to benefit NEMBA. NEMBA, the New England Mountain Bike Association is a recreational trails advocacy organization, whose mission is to ride on the best bike trails that the world has to offer. With …

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Adventure Cycling Reports Growth

MISSOULA, MT (BRAIN)—Adventure Cycling Association reported a record year for fiscal year 2010 (ending Sept. 30) with 15 percent growth in overall revenue—from $3.6 million to $4.1 million—gaining robustly in its development, tours, and sales programs, as well as in ad revenue for its award-winning bicycle-travel magazine, Adventure Cyclist. As North America’s largest membership nonprofit …

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Clif Bar Unveils New Headquarters

EMERYVILLE, CA (BRAIN)—Clif Bar & Company has unveiled its new 115,000 square foot energy-efficient headquarters, located in Emeryville, California. Located at 1451 66th Street, the newly designed space is housed in a former valve manufacturing plant with distinctive Bauhaus architectural details that hearken back to the city’s past. “We recycled an old building into a …

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