His downhill bike is cast from just three parts and comes from his love of the sport.
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.
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.
“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.
In our recommended configuration it holds 38 unique products on 6 different rows.
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.
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