Easton-Bell Sports Sees 8.2% Q4 Revenue Gain


With reported net sales of $177.1 million for the last quarter of 2010, Easton-Bell Sports, Inc. finished the year with revenues up 8.2% from the fourth quarter of 2009.  In its action sports segment, the company realized a 6.4% increase in net sales to $4.9 million due to “strong fill-in orders for snow sports helmets and goggles, strong sell-through of cycling helmets and increased sales of Easton cycling wheels to both aftermarket and OEM customers,” according to SportsOneSource.com.

“Overall we are pleased with both our fourth quarter and results for the year as we were able to deliver top line, margin and EBITDA growth while also investing in our key product launches scheduled for 2011,” said Paul Harrington, president and chief executive officer.
For more information, see SportsOneSource.com