From speaking with our customers, we realize that people are starting to recognize the enormous benefits of incorporating cycling into their daily lives.
Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) July 30, 2012
City bike company Brooklyn Cruiser today announced the signing of its 25th dealer. Launched in the summer of 2011, Brooklyn Cruiser has benefited from the growing popularity of urban cycling, expanding beyond its initial New York City dealers to start bringing on dealers nationwide.
The growing popularity of urban cycling has led to a proliferation of bicycle infrastructure in many cities. Over the past decade, major cities such as Boston, Washington D.C., and Chicago have introduced bike share programs along with an increase in dedicated bike lanes. Additionally, New York City is preparing to launch a bike sharing program of its own, Citi Bike, the largest of its kind in North America, consisting of 600 stations and 10,000 bikes and covering a swath of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
Additionally, the economic, health, and environmental impact of cycling are coming more to the forefront as new riders take up cycling. More than ever people are choosing cycling as their method of transportation to run errands, go out to dinner, as well as commute to and from work.
“There is no question that we are a benefactor of the increased popularity in urban cycling,” says Ryan Zagata, President of Brooklyn Cruiser. “From speaking with our customers, we realize that people are starting to recognize the enormous benefits of incorporating cycling into their daily lives,” he added.
About Brooklyn Cruiser
Established in 2011, Brooklyn Cruiser mirrors the same iconic qualities of Brooklyn itself - accessibility, durability, and original style. Brooklyn Cruiser city bikes can be found at retail locations across the country or can be purchased online at http://www.brooklyncruiser.com with prices starting at $579. For more information, contact Ryan Zagata at info(at)brooklyncruiser(dot)com or call (800) 631-0630. Brooklyn Cruiser is based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.