We are pleased to announce that Niner Bikes will be providing product demos for Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Festival participates!
The bike demos area will be in the Yawkey Unit (Insert D) of the Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Trails. This area provides several unique features for bike demos. First, its easily accessed from the Crosby Memorial Park, where most of the post-race activities are occurring. Second, the Yawkey Unit has a large number of relative short (>1 mile) trails with varying levels of difficulty. This will allow you to flog a bike and still have time to get another to flog.
The Poker Ride card points will also be within the Yawkey Unit, allowing those doing the Poker Ride to also demo bikes. Get a card, test a bike. Can’t beat that.
The Bike Demos will be going on from 12:00pm to 5:00pm on June 14th, 2014. Map below.
Here is a bit more about Niner:
It’s more than just a name. It’s our passion.
The 29” wheeled bike isn’t just a token in our line-up. It is our one and only love, our heart and soul out there on the trail.
It’s 100% commitment to a wheel size we believe in, to impeccable designs & exquisite ride quality. It’s a dedication we want to share with you on every ride.
At Niner we are excited about the buzz – The good feelings we get when we sell products that we love to people that love our products. Being a part of the Niner community doesn’t start at the cash register and doesn’t end when you walk out the bike shop door.
On the trail, the Niner community is diverse and friendly. Whether you are on your local singletrack or in the middle of an epic journey, don’t be surprised to receive a ton of comments, questions and smiles – Niner bikes tend to generate conversations. Off the trail, you can count on Niner for great customer service. Once you’ve found the bike of your dreams, we back it with a solid warranty and a wealth of information to improve your experience and make you feel at home.
Don’t be shy if you see NINER at races or festivals because we enjoy talking about bike stuff as much as you do. We strongly believe that the way to improve our bikes is through listening to the people that know them best – the Niner Community.