Horner’s announcement has sparked renewed interest in cycling training in America and the equipment that is used.
Houston, TX. (PRWEB) June 13, 2012
A new promotion for the Proform exercise bike, the Le Tour De France Indoor Cycling Bike has been announced alongside the public announcement by cyclist Chris Horner, regarding his upcoming training. After suffering a back injury, the famed American cyclist, and top ten finisher at the 2010 Tour de France, has announced that instead of competing in the Tour de France preparation races, he will be doing his own training in America. To prevent additional back injuries before the commencement of the Tour de France, the cyclist will do his own cycling training in the state of California.
New reviews and special offers for the Le Tour De France Indoor Cycling Bike have been announced in lieu of the cyclists decision to do home training instead of preparation races. These Proform stationary bikes have been designed specifically for those training for large cycling events, like the Tour de France, and for cyclists like Horner who are looking for ways to train without competing in actual races. The professionally endorsed stationary bike has been crafted to help with hill training and long distance cycling training on a number of different real-life courses.
With anticipation building for the 2012 London Olympics and the Tour De France, the new promotion offers a new more-affordable deal for the stationary bikes and to help cycling fans get in race shape. The new announcement will provide cycling enthusiasts, looking for an indoor training solution, with additional information on the health benefits of the training device, as well as a lower-price offer on the machine. This latest offer on the stationary bike has launched and cyclists can take advantage of the new promotion at letourdefranceindoorcyclingbike.com.
For more information on the Le Tour de France Indoor Cycling Bike, and the new offer launch for the stationary bike, visit http://letourdefranceindoorcyclingbike.com/.