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Bicycle Warehouse adds Carmel Mountain Store
San Diego CA—Join owners Mike and Debbe Simmons, of Bicycle Warehouse, on April 5th to celebrate their Grand Opening of their 7th store located at 11865 Carmel Mountain Ranch Rd. They are proud to be part of the Carmel community to support kids, families and all riders of all styles to stay active, happy and healthy.
Team Leader Ulyssis and Team Member Matt
Bicycle Warehouse is a Professional Cycling Retailer that sells Bikes, Gear and Service to all of their guests so they can have more Fitness, Freedom and Fun. Their mission is to get people actively involved in cycling and to be their best source for information and equipment. Bicycle Warehouse is locally based in San Diego and Temecula, they are one of the top 100 dealers in the country. Their tag line says it best – “It’s Your World, Ride It”. It’s this belief that has led them to serve the San Diego cycling community for 24 years.
Bicycle Warehouse will also be promoting their Africa Project at the new Carmel Mountain location.
The Africa Project is a 501(c3) non profit foundation that establishes self-sustaining bicycle businesses in developing regions in Africa. Bicycle Warehouse is the first Southern California donation location, and will be collecting donated bikes and gear at all of their store locations on an ongoing basis.
“The bikes and gear we collect will be shipped to our sister shops in Africa and refurbished before being made available to the local community,” says Owner Debbe Simmons. “Your donated bikes provide access to education, health care, food/water and employment they did not have beforehand.” Bicycle Warehouse strongly backs this project because it empowers people in need, one bike at a time, in Africa where they desperately need support.
Bicycle Warehouse is proud to be part of this worthy cause and looks forward to empowering people in need with your donations. To learn more visit: http://www.bicyclewarehouse.com/about/africaprojectpg1393.htm