Month: November 2001

Rapha moves NA office to Arkansas

BENTONVILLE, Ark. (BRAIN) — After more than 10 years in the road cycling hotbed of Portland, Oregon, Rapha is now moving its North America offices to Bentonville, Arkansas. Since 2017, the London-based brand’s majority owner has been RZC Investments, controlled by Steuart and Tom Walton, the grandsons of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton. The Walton brothers have …

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PeopleForBikes Business Network plans webinars on COVID-19 and e-bike legislation

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — PeopleForBikes will hold a webinar Thursday, March 12, to help industry businesses prepare for the COVID-19 outbreak. “We want to make sure that the bike industry takes the proper steps to prepare. As leaders of your companies, you’re responsible for ensuring that these decisions are handled calmly and without alarm. Understanding …

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Sensitivus unveils power meter technology to manufacturers

COPENHAGEN (BRAIN) — Sensitivus Gauge is offering manufacturers a way to add a crank-based power meter for as little as $6. Following two crowdfunding campaigns started four years ago, the Danish company now provides full non-exclusive access to schematics, source code, mechanical drawings, reference designs, and know-how to implement power meter technology in a crankset …

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