Shows People How to Turn Their Bikes into a Pokémon Go Bike

Share Article shows people how they can turn their bikes into helpful tools for playing Pokémon Go, coinciding with their new release of bike review articles.

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We think it’s great that the game is increasing physical activity across the nation and we wanted to contribute to that effort with this new release.

Pokémon Go is a game that has taken the nation by storm. Created by the powerhouse team of Nintendo and Niantic, the game transports players into the augmented reality world of a real-life Pokémon trainer. Different Pokémon can be found across the states and other countries that the game supports, along with the other countries that support the game, and it’s up to players to catch them, battle gym leaders, and train their Pokémon to higher levels.

The bike review company,, has been a provider of reliable reviews for the latest and greatest bikes currently available on the market today. The spokesman of the company, Sheldon Coil, gave a few comments on the company’s latest release of review articles as well.

“We wanted to find a way to get people excited for the new line-up of bikes and with Pokémon Go becoming as popular as it has, we took the opportunity to provide players with the ultimate guide to transforming their bikes into Pokémon catching machines. We think it’s great that the game is increasing physical activity across the nation and we wanted to contribute to that effort with this new release."

True to their word, the company has provided a guide for turning the bikes people already have, or the recommended bikes that are found in their new article release, into Pokémon Go bikes. Guide to Making a Pokémon Go Bike

“There are a few items people need to get started building”, Coil added.

1)    A Bike (Top 10 Bikes of 2016 for Best Prices)

2)    Phone Mount

3)    Comfy Seat (Optional but Recommended)

4)    Bike Rack

5)    Bike Pouch

“The bike itself can be found on our site and everything else is available on for really cheap so if people already have a bike, it doesn't take much to become a pokemon master.,” says Coil.

The idea is to find a bike that can handle all types of terrain and still be comfortable riding for hours. The rack and pouch combination are to hold snacks and charging equipment for the phone. At the center of the build will be the phone mount, to fit the player’s phone in the center of the handlebars.

With this setup in place, riders will be able to follow their game’s map with ease and carry everything they need to catch Pokémon, snack and recharge their phone for hours of play.

Coil and the team at wanted people to get excited for the new summer release and hope that their guide to building a Pokémon Go bike will get people excited to engage in summer riding for a healthier and more environment-friendly year.

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