Month: October 1992

Bike Cooperative adds Profile Design and Bellwether

MANCHESTER, NH (BRAIN) — The Bike Cooperative has added Profile Design and Bellwether products to its offerings, the companies announced this week. “To bring top-level multisport parts, accessories, wheels and wetsuits along with 40 years of cycling heritage in performance apparel to The Bike Cooperative’s national retailer network has been very well received by our members,” …

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Watkins named CEO of Serotta

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (BRAIN) — William Watkins has been appointed CEO of Serotta and its parent company, Great American Bicycle, the company announced Monday. Watkins replaces interim CEO Howard Berkowitz, who led Serotta through a transition period after Bradway Capital bought the company in May. Berkowitz has returned to Bradway, where he serves as vice president …

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UCI endorses Armstrong ban, Oakley ends sponsorship

AIGLE, Switzerland (BRAIN) — The international cycling union UCI on Monday drove the final nail into Lance Armstrong’s doping punishment, announcing that it would not appeal the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s finding that Armstrong doped for much of his professional career. The UCI’s decision not to appeal USADA’s ruling inspired Oakley to announce it was cutting ties to …

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More fallout: SRAM ends relationship with Armstrong; Rabobank pulls out

CHICAGO, IL (BRAIN) — SRAM Inc. on Thursday announced it was ending its relationship with Lance Armstrong, who used the company’s components during his comeback to the sport in 2009 and 2010. SRAM also clarified that Armstrong no longer owned any share in the company. In more fall out from the Armstrong doping scandal, Rabobank, one …

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