Dorel Sports is formed by three operating divisions, Cycling Sports Group, Pacific Cycle Group and Caloi that have management responsibility for our comprehensive range of brands around the world, including Cannondale, Schwinn, GT, Mongoose, Charge Bikes, IronHorse, InSTEP, KidTrax, GURU.

Cycling Sports Group

Impassioned by the goal of delivering high-performance products to both the professional athlete and the recreational cyclist, Cycling Sports Group encompasses several powerhouse Cycling brands, including Cannondale, GT, Charge, and Fabric. Officially established in 2008, Cycling Sports Group is recognized as one of the most significant global suppliers of bicycles and accessories. Cycling Sports Group is proud to present a truly unique and powerful portfolio of cycling brands to the market, continually striving to evolve through the very best products and service available today.

Pacific Cycle

As a parent company of such legendary brands as Schwinn, Mongoose and KidTrax, Pacific Cycle delivers some of the biggest names in outdoor recreation. But it’s not just the names customers trust, it’s the look and feel of our products, our superior quality, and our outstanding customer service that help us bring these premium brands to the hands & feet of our customers.

Headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, one of the top bicycle friendly cities in the nation, Pacific Cycle has locations in Illinois, California, Toronto, Canada and Shanghai, China. Our culture is as fun and lively as the lifestyle brands we represent where innovative ideas are welcomed and customer satisfaction is top priority.

Caloi

Founded in 1898 in Brazil, CALOI is one of the oldest and most established bike brands in the world. Today we are one of the largest brands in Latin America and the leader in the Brazilian market. Caloi’s portfolio includes a full range of products including mountain, urban, recreational and road bikes from high-performance to children’s models and is distributed through a variety of channels, from mass market retailers to independent bike shops.