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Buddy Bike, LLC manufactures and distributes The Buddy Bike® an alternative tandem bicycle that provides safe family fun and therapeutic activity for cyclists with special needs. Bike for autism, down syndrome, sight impairment and other disabilities.

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Buddy Bike Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 4, 2008  

Contact:
Shelley Patterson
786.489.BIKE (2453)
shelley@buddybike.com

HISTORY, NATURE AND FAMILY FUN WITH BUDDY BIKE®  PDF

Buddy Bike, LLC will hold its second annual Buddy Bike Group Ride Ohio on Sunday, June 22, 2008. The ride will feature historic sites, scenic natural surroundings and a visit to Peninsula Village located on the Ohio & Erie Canal Trail. The company will offer trial rides on its new aluminum frame bike models: Buddy Bike Family (7-speed) which accommodates novice riders and Buddy Bike Sport (24-speed) which is geared toward cycling enthusiasts.

The Buddy Bike Group Ride will take place on a portion of the historic Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail located in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Riders will meet at 10:00 a.m. at the Boston Store located at 1548 Boston Mills Road, Boston Township, OH 44264. The ride will begin at 10:30 a.m. Riders will travel approximately 14 miles stopping for lunch and a visit to local shops, art galleries and historic landmarks in Peninsula Village. Suggested rider level is beginner to intermediate. This is a free event. All bicycles are welcome. A limited number of Buddy Bikes will be provided by reservation. Event sponsors include: Buddy Bike, LLC; Active Living Magazine; Attachables, Inc.; Bicycling Magazine; Buehler’s Fresh Foods; and Steve Patterson of Dunn Bros. Premium Auto. Visit www.buddybike.com for more event details.

Buddy Bike, LLC will also participate as a sponsor in the OASIS Autism and Health Point Walk/Bike-a-Thon which will be held in Wooster, Ohio on Saturday, June 21, 2008. Funds raised at this event will benefit autism awareness and outreach. Buddy Bike trial rides will be available at the company display booth. The walk/ride begins at: Wooster High School Outdoor Track, 515 Oldman Road, Wooster, OH 44691. Registration time for cyclists is 7:30 a.m. Walk participants will register at 9:30 a.m. For more information visit oasisautism.org.

The Buddy Bike is a revolutionary inline tandem bicycle that places the stoker in the front seat. The lower front seat allows both riders to safely enjoy the view while the captain steers from the back. Buddy Bike utilizes an exclusive and innovative design with an extra set of handles on the handlebars for the stoker and pedals that work on the same drive chain so the riders work together. With a weight capacity of 380 pounds, the Buddy Bike is the ultimate family bicycle, one that can be enjoyed by riders of all ages.

The Buddy Bike is especially beneficial for special needs riders who otherwise would not be able to experience the thrill of riding a bicycle. Maureen Carter, the parent of a child with autism, says, “I love that the Buddy Bike is giving us these opportunities to be together, work together, play together, talk together…The Buddy Bike is doing so much more for us than just getting us around town on a bike.” The Buddy Bike is being utilized in several schools and organizations including: The Victory School for Children with Autism in North Miami Beach, FL; Junior Blind of America in Los Angeles, CA; Harbor Haven Day Camp in West Orange, NJ and Alexandria City Public Schools in Alexandria, VA.

For more information about the Buddy Bike and these events, visit www.buddybike.com or call Shelley Patterson at 786.489.BIKE (2453).

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Buddy Bike, LLC
2775 Sunny Isles Boulevard, Suite 118
North Miami Beach, FL 33160
(Warehouse in Chino, CA)
www.buddybike.com
786.489.BIKE (2453)

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