Door County Visitor Bureau Installs Bicycle Service Station
Media contact: Jen Rogers, Communications & PR Manager, Door County Visitor Bureau
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The Door County Visitor Bureau (DCVB) is excited to announce the opening of a newly installed bicycle self-service station at their Door County Welcome Center in Sturgeon Bay.
The station is aimed at keeping bicyclists on the road or trail by providing the tools needed for common repairs or adjustments. The free outdoor station includes an air pump, basic tools, and a mount to assist with maintenance such as inflating tires, seat adjustments, minor brake adjustments or other bike related maintenance.
“Bike riding is such a popular activity here,” said Jack Moneypenny, President/CEO of the DCVB. “We feel this a natural evolution in terms of support for that activity and the continuing efforts of the community in promoting one of the county’s most popular silent sports,” he said.
The self-service bicycle service station is located adjacent to the electronic vehicle charging stations at the DCVB’s Welcome Center in Sturgeon Bay. It is in a highly visible outdoor location making it easy for guests to find. Visitors and residents are free to use the self-service station 24-hours a day.
The Door County Visitor Bureau is the official tourism marketing organization for Door County, Wisconsin, whose mission is to generate incremental economic impact for the community by attracting visitors with strategies that ensure sustainable tourism.