It was not so easy but at the end...we get The New Italian Bmx distributor; Hoodbmx now is online! Hoodbmx get some of the best American Brands, made from riders for riders. Animal - Mutiny - Terrible one - TreeBicycle, Bulldog bikes.... Those companies will help us to get things going better in the mid-south Italy and hopefully get the Italian riders more motivated!
Sidewall Distribution, the exclusive distributor of Hoffman Bikes and SMPL BMX in the US, is pleased to announce the addition of SNAFU to its growing portfolio of leading BMX components, apparel and accessories for Independent Bicycle Dealers. Says SNAFU co-founder Harold "McGoo" McGruther of the Sidewall alliance: "Sidewall and SNAFU are a perfect fit. When Sidewall founder Mark Owen worked at Hoffman bikes, he was among the first product managers in the business to spec his complete bikes with SNAFU components. Mike Collins is SNAFU's brand manager. Before joining SNAFU, Mike and Mark were OKC neighbors and co-workers at the Hoffman Sports Association, the organization that brought BMX and freestyle to ESPN."
Lee Pearson joins FUEL TV in the newly created position of Director of New Media and Diana Krupa steps in as the network's Manager of Acquisitions, it was announced today by CJ Olivares, FUEL TV's Senior Vice President and Assistant General Manager. Now in 24 million homes, FUEL TV is the only 24/7 network in the United States dedicated to the lifestyle of action sports.
Who are involved with Symmetric brand? Lino: It's pretty much a collaboration of me and some of my close friends I grew up with.
What made you decide to do a clothing brand? Lino: A couple years ago we started MassTransit clothing which we had to stop because of a trademark issue with the name, so it pretty much evolved into Symmetric.
KITCHENER, ON CANADA – January 30, 2007 – Ryder Distribution has reached an agreement with Primo and Integral to be the exclusive distributor of both product lines in Canada. A full offering of Primo products is currently in stock at Ryder. Ryder will also stock a full line of Integral parts and accessories and has agreed to introduce Integral complete bikes to the Canadian market for 2007. "We are thrilled to be working with Ryder Distribution," said Joel Gurga of Tip Plus Distribution. "The impressive distribution network that Ryder has amassed over the past ten years is going to make Primo and Integral more widely available in Canada than ever before and in turn, offers Canadian dealers a “one stop shop" so to speak, for all of their BMX needs."
With 16 years of experience in retail and merchandising, including Pac Sun and Robinsons May, Tony Sanchez is appointed to the newly created position as the Director of Merchandising - Clothing for the Fox clothing division. Sanchez’s experience will be a vital part in Fox’s success and growth of Fox apparel. Sanchez’s addition to Fox supports the brands’ strong retail presence in the clothing
Madison, Wis. – January 18, 2007 – Pacific Cycle, the leading bicycle supplier in the U.S. and the owner and distributor of popular bicycle brands including Schwinn, Mongoose, and GT Bicycles, has joined Bikes Belong, the national coalition of more than 350 bicycle suppliers and retailers working together to put more people on bicycles more often. “As the world’s leading bicycle supplier, we have a responsibility and a desire to support the industry that is the backbone of our business,” said Jeff Frehner, CEO of Pacific Cycle. “Joining Bikes Belong is the right thing to do and an effective way to promote cycling and get more people riding bicycles. We’re excited to be a part of this important organization.”
“Pacific Cycle’s commitment is great news for Bikes Belong and U.S. bicycle advocacy,” said Tim Blumenthal, Executive Director, Bikes Belong.
Edmonton, Alberta1664 Distribution has reached an agreement with Atomlab founder Mike Flaherty to distribute all Atomlab products in Canada for 2007. “Atomlab is both widely recognized for their BMX and MTB products, and to be able to offer Canadian bike shops the opportunity to carry the full product line is an exciting new venture” said Travis Moir, 1664 Distribution Buyer.
FBM will be manufacturing Frames for Credence Bike Company run By Clint Reynolds, and they will be available through Last Call Distribution, starting February. If anyone is not familiar with Credence, its a company out of New Hampshire that sponsors James P. Nutter, Josh Heino, and Brian Hunt amongst others. Clint