If Interbike is any indication, things are finally looking up for the bike industry.
There’s still no trajectory on whether the bicycle business is tracking an economic recovery.
Before the bike industry starts talking “recovery,” it and the rest of the business world needs to take an honest look at what that term really means. We do a quick Economics 101 on the issue, using Shimano’s 21 percent nosedive in 2009 as a case example.
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