The world’s most valuable bike brand is in the crosshairs after the death of its co-founder, the first American to be killed in a major crash.
The company, founded in 1986 and headquartered in San Francisco, was one of the most successful cycling brands in the world, with the brand’s name on the front of every bicycle, apparel and clothing accessories.
The crash occurred last Friday in the French Alps, and caused widespread panic in the cycling community.
The brand is known for its ultra-light design and sleek lines, but the brand is also famous for its safety and durability.
It was founded on the belief that the only way to ride a bike safely is to do it safely, and the company’s name and slogan are synonymous with safety.
Its founder, Michael E. Johnson, was a lifelong cyclist who took his first bike ride when he was eight years old, and his passion for the sport drove him to build the brand.
The company’s products, including bike shorts, helmets and apparel, were used by athletes and athletes’ families.
The death of Johnson and his wife, Jill, prompted a wave of mourning in the community.
On Sunday, a memorial service was held for Johnson and the couple, with many holding up signs and singing their praises.
The Johnson family has said that Johnson was a “loving husband and father,” and that he was devastated to learn of his death.
The family issued a statement saying, “Michael was the most generous and kind person I’ve ever known.”
Johnson’s wife, also named Jill, had worked as a social media manager for the brand for several years, and her husband said she had also become a devoted and dedicated fan.
He also said that she was “a true champion for our sport.”
In an interview with The New York Times, Johnson said he and Jill had decided to sell the brand to the company he founded in 2008.
Johnson had said that he intended to sell to an investor group for about $1 billion, but after learning that the deal had collapsed, he turned to a family friend and said, “I just need a few more weeks.”
The New York Post reported that the Johnson family was considering selling the brand, but they ultimately decided against it.
According to the Post, Johnson told the newspaper that the couple sold the company because he had to move on and find a new company to run.
The Post also reported that Johnson had received death threats over his death, which he said he had “categorically denied.”
Johnson told reporters that he did not feel the need to apologize for his company’s past or his “heartbreak,” and said he was ready to move forward with a new venture.
The family did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Associated Press.