Commuter Bikes Manufacturer Linus Bike Comments on New Biking Facility in Missoula

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A representative from Linus Bike comments on the opening of a new biking facility in Missoula

On November 23, commuter bikes manufacturer Linus Bike responds to the opening of a new biking facility in Missoula, MT.

According to [KPAX/KAJ Media Center, “The wraps are coming off of the Downtown Bike Den at the Mountain Line Downtown Transfer Center on Thursday.” The article goes on to explain, “The covered facility has secure parking for bicycles, a self-serve bike repair station and display cases for bike commuter information.”

“The new facility is just one among several new enhancements along local bus routes and on buses themselves, all designed to increase the convenience and flexibility of Missoula's inexpensive, environmentally friendly transit service,” the article stated. “All Mountain Line buses recently were equipped with three-slot bike racks, replacing older, two-slot racks and with an ever-greater number of Mountain Line passengers wanting to take their bicycles with them, this upgrade will reduce the incidence of denials due to full racks.”

China Reevers, a representative for [commuter bikes manufacturer Linus Bike, applauds the article by stating, “We applaud the efforts of Mountain Line and the Missoula community in its efforts to help promote cycling and keep cyclists and their bikes safe. Commuting via bicycle is so beneficial, not only for personal health, but also for the environment. We believe that facilities and enhancements to help a community embrace cycling will additionally help strengthen the community itself.”

Linus Bike is a California-based bicycle manufacturer that specializes in creating 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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