Trail’s End Cycling Center Brings Official Beginner Biking Resources to Irvine
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
IRVINE, CA – Local bike shop Trail’s End Cycling Center has kicked off a partnership with My City Bikes – a mobile and web public health campaign for beginner cyclists – to improve individual and environmental health by inspiring residents of Irvine to take one simple action: bike more.
“These local bike experts believe beginners are the future of biking and have created and committed to maintain a safe, welcoming environment for bike riders at every level, age and ability to immerse themselves in the local community and experience greater wellbeing through biking,” said My City Bikes director Gabriel Wallace.
The My City Bikes Irvine app is a basic utility that can be used to learn about bicycling, bike maintenance, and critical health and safety information while finding local beginner-level riding opportunities throughout Irvine. This basic resource will help local beginners get off on the right foot by providing necessary information for a necessary change in their physical health and the health of the environment. In addition to the benefits for local residents, the My City Bikes Irvine app is a tool to attract and guide visitors to enjoy active tourism and see the natural beauty and attractions of Irvine by bicycle.
The official guide to beginner biking in Irvine is now available to download for free from the iTunes and Google Play app stores.
For more information and to access the local apps, visit http://www.mycitybikes.org/california.
My City Bikes powered by Interbike is the first and only public health campaign for beginner cyclists. The web- and mobile- campaign benefits communities by providing simple, localized mobile resources and media advocacy to facilitate cycling. “No one is exempt from the basics of biking,” and that is why My City Bikes nurtures, supports and inspires the culture of beginners in biking. Whether for fun, fitness or transportation, My City Bikes is the official guide to beginner biking opportunities. Along with its network of beginner-friendly bike shops and municipal partners, My City Bikes is connecting communities with their basic but essential beginner biking resources to empower individuals to improve their health by simply pedaling a bike. Join the biggest bike team in the world! Download your free local My City Bikes app at http://mycitybikes.org to find local entry-level rides, need-to-know DIY bike maintenance, and beginner-friendly bike shop experts in your neighborhood.