SRAM manufactures and distributes bicycle components that include remotes, forks, pedals, hydraulic disk brakes, bottom brackets and cranksets.Read more
Park Tool is seen as one of SRAM's top competitors. Park Tool was founded in 1963, and is headquartered in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Like SRAM, Park Tool also competes in the Automobile Parts industry. Park Tool generates $683M less revenue vs. SRAM.
GT Bicycles is a top competitor of SRAM. GT Bicycles was founded in 1972, and its headquarters is in Santa Ana, California. Like SRAM, GT Bicycles also competes in the Automobile Parts field. GT Bicycles has 2,200 fewer employees than SRAM.
These are all the companies that SRAM has acquired. SRAM has acquired 2 companies and its latest acquisition was Time Sports in Feb 2021. Time Sports is a California-based retailer that manufactures and distributes shoes, cycling pedals and bicycle frames to individuals.
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