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“The Greenline has brought a lot of attention to cycling, but Memphis has had a very strong bike culture for a long time,” said Royer, who co-owns Outdoors Inc.
Kirk Paulsen wants to “get you psyched to ride your bike.”
O’Neal calls the device the “YouTurn.” It’s a glove worn by the cyclist on which an arrow lights up showing which way the biker intends to turn.
In our recommended configuration it holds 38 unique products on 6 different rows.
Wacky-looking box bikes, with room for the kids, groceries and laundry, are proving a wheel hit with families eager for a healthy alternative to the car.
You’ve probably seen a lot of variations of bikes already and even perhaps choose one for yourself.
It’s a cardboard bike that costs $15 and doesn’t get soggy in the rain.
If it’s Sunday, that’s probably not Breck Slaughter you see pedaling his three-wheel adult tricycle on the sidewalks of A1A Beach Boulevard advertising a variety of area business.
The shop is Martin’s encore career.