Commuter Bikes Manufacturer Linus Bike Commends Cyclists for Focusing on Education for Bicycle Advocacy

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A representative from Linus Bike commends an article published by The Augusta Chronicle regarding cyclists that are educating others on bicycle advocacy.

On October 30, 2012, commuter bikes manufacturer Linus Bike releases a statement commending an article published by The Augusta Chronicle which discusses cyclists and their focus on education regarding bicycle advocacy at a cycling summit in Georgia.

According to Kyle Martin of The Augusta Chronicle, “Cycling advocates from Georgia and South Carolina will converge on Augusta this weekend to plan the future of cycling in both states and the Garden City.” Martin goes on to state, “The 2012 Georgia-lina Bike Summit will feature networking opportunities for grass-roots groups such as Wheel Movement-CSRA and Bike Alpharetta and educational sessions at Augusta State University on topics such as local advocacy and funding bicycle projects.”

“Leaders expect the summit not only to build cohesion in the cycling community but also to show city and state leaders the economic potential represented by cyclists,” explained Martin.

“When businesses want to expand or move to the area, ‘they want to see progressive changes happening,’ said Randy DuTeau, who represents both the Augusta Sports Council and the Wheel Movement at the summit,” reported Martin.

According to Jason Latty, Sales Manager for the environmentally friendly commuter bikes manufacturer Linus Bike, “It’s inspiring to see cyclists coming together not only for each other but to raise awareness about the benefits of cycling in the communities around them. With the proper education, cyclists can be safer and communities can flourish.”

Linus Bike is located in California and is a bicycle manufacturer that specializes in making vintage style city bikes and commuter bikes. Not simply a bicycle company, Linus Bike sells a complete line of accessories for the environmentally conscious and for those who have a fondness for European style bicycles and the great tradition of European cycling.

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