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Get the Whole Family in Shape This Summer

Announcement posted by Bike Barn 30 Sep 2019

Summer is the perfect season to get active, especially with one’s family on any of our kid’s bikes for sale. Along with providing numerous health benefits, exercising with the whole family can strengthen ties and keep the whole unit physically fit and generally strong. 

Practising accessible, low-impact activities such as biking and cycling can be truly beneficial for both kids and adults that is why Bike Barn is urging more households to try out this engaging physical activity that can be enjoyed by all age groups. 

For one, cycling can be done with one’s preferred intensity. It can start with very low intensity then can be adjusted to moderate to high intensities – depending on one’s physical build-up. When done regularly, cycling increases one’s stamina, strength, and aerobic fitness. More importantly, it can protect kids and adults from developing serious diseases such as diabetes, obesity, arthritis and more.

Secondly, cycling is an activity that can easily fit into one’s daily routine. It can be a way for individuals to ride bicycles every day whether for transport, recreation, or sport. Cycling is also a good way to refresh one’s self as they are immersed in the great outdoors. Families and individuals can ride and cycle down the hills and allow them to ride not just for strength, but ride for an exciting adventure as well. 

Bike Barn can help set up the client’s needs for starting this exercise. As a one-stop-shop for all things cycling, each Bike Barn store prides itself on being a premier stockist of some of the world’s leading brands. Whether one is a beginner, an expert, or somewhere in the middle, Bike Barn caters to riders across all categories and age groups including mountain bikers, commuters, and road cyclists.

Bike Barn can help individuals find the right bike for them to ensure it is the right fit to enjoy one’s summer adventure.

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