"What's really thrilling is that our newest bike shop will have direct access to Island Lake State Recreation Area. There's a trailhead right in our parking lot!"
BRIGHTON, Mich. (PRWEB) December 01, 2016
Fraser Bicycle announced earlier today that they will be opening up a new location in Brighton in early 2017. This will be Fraser Bicycle's fourth bike shop location in the Great Lakes state.
Fraser Bicycle is a full-service outfitter offering everything for the cycling enthusiast. In addition to selling new bicycle parts and accessories, they also have a top-notch bicycle repair shop staffed with experienced mechanics. All bikes come with one year of complimentary maintenance, a sign of the confidence in their product. The stores are known for their expertise in road bicycle racing, triathlons, and mountain bikes. However, it's not just experienced riders who flock to Fraser Bicycle. They also maintain a strong commitment to educating newer cyclists and bringing them into the fold. They offer free cycling advice and classes to customers old and new.
"We are incredibly excited about opening up this new location," said Ron Schmid, general manager at Fraser Bicycle. "Like all of our locations, the Brighton store will have a huge selection of quality brands our customers have come to expect. What's really thrilling is that our newest bike shop will have direct access to Island Lake State Recreation Area. There's a trailhead right in our parking lot!"
For more information on this new Fraser Bicycle location or any of their other stores, interested parties can visit http://www.fraserbicycle.com or call the office at their original Fraser, MI, location (586) 294-4070. Individuals can also visit the new location at 9701 Village Place Blvd., Brighton, MI 48116.
Fraser Bicycle sells and repairs bicycles at three locations, soon to be four, throughout the state of Michigan. They sell new bicycles, parts, and accessories and offer advice and training with a focus on triathletes. They maintain a knowledgeable staff of salespeople and mechanics who are also avid cycling enthusiasts.