Local bicycle shops facing shortage during coronavirus pandemic

CHICO, Calif. – Local bicycle shops are facing a shortage due to gyms being closed and people finding alternative ways to exercise.

“It has gotten progressively more frustrating because the demand has not dropped,” said Manager at Amain Cycling, Evan Billman.” There are still people looking for bikes.”

Billman said that they have customers come into the store every day, but can’t always provide bikes for their customers.

“We have people coming in hoping to buy a new bike, and a lot of them, unfortunately, we have to put on a waitlist or tell them we just can’t get it at the moment,” said Billman. 

Currently, Amain Cycling only has a third of what they normally carry. 

“Most of what we are missing is the most popular stuff,” said Billman. “The entry-level, and the four, five hundred dollar bikes are very popular and we sell a lot of them and

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Tennessee man accused of smoking crack in front of cops, ramming police vehicle

A Tennessee man is accused of trying to run over police officers after smoking crack cocaine in front of them, authorities said.



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Richard Steven Braden, 31, was charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and other crimes, FOX 17 reported.

Police spotted Braden driving erratically in Nashville at about 4 p.m. Friday and found he had warrants out for evading police and theft.

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When officers approached Braden, they found him holding what officers identified as a glass pipe with two white rocks, believed to be crack. He allegedly began to smoke the pipe, saying, “If I smoke all of this, you can’t charge me with it.”

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Women In Trucking Association Announces Continued Partnership with Penske Transportation Solutions

The Women In Trucking Association (WIT) announced today that Penske Transportation Solutions has renewed its Gold Level Partnership, helping the nonprofit organization attract more women to the transportation industry and empower them to be successful.

PLOVER, Wis. (PRWEB) August 03, 2020

The Women In Trucking Association (WIT) announced today that Penske Transportation Solutions has renewed its Gold Level Partnership, helping the nonprofit organization attract more women to the transportation industry and empower them to be successful.

In addition to providing financial support, the company actively participates in the association. Jennifer Sockel, Executive Vice President, Talent and Enterprise Services at Penske Transportation Solutions, serves on the WIT board of directors.

“We are excited to continue to support an organization that is promoting the advancement and accomplishments of women in our industry,” said Sockel. “At Penske we have always believed that we are a company where people help people move ahead. We

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