First off, I’d like to send a big THANK YOU to all the Montague Cyclists for your input on your favorite places to ride! We love hearing your experiences riding your Montague Bike and encourage all of you to keep the feedback coming!
Today, I’d like to feature John G. from Delaware who rode his Montague Bike from Lewes, DE to Rehoboth Beach, DE – a 12 mile ride to the Atlantic Coast!
Thanks to Google Map’s new “Bicycle Feature,” planning a trip on your beach is simple! John’s trip, shown above, was about 13 miles round trip. He said the temperature was in incredible 93 degrees, but his trip to the Atlantic Coast on his bike was well worth it. Thanks so much for your input, John. You’ve made me incredibly jealous.
We found out about John’s awesome trip with his bike through our Facebook page, where he commented with details about his route. This is a fantastic way to let us know what YOU’RE doing with your Montague Folding Bike and to share your experiences with our growing online network.
Thanks again, John! Keep us updated with all your new adventures with your Montague Folding Bike!
Rehoboth Beach, DE is described as “the nation’s summer capital”. “Rehoboth Beach is a beautiful small town on the East Coast featuring enjoyable year round weather, beautiful real estate, great restaurants, and tax free shopping – all just two hours from Washington, DC, Baltimore and Philadelphia. Rehoboth Beach offers plenty for the whole family to do, including its one mile Boardwalk, its beautiful clean beaches and water, and its many other recreational activities,” says Rehoboth.com
The “Events and Activities” page is almost overwhelming with the different art galleries, bicycle shops, camping grounds, brewery tours, spas, sailing, and water sports pages, just to name a few. The nightlife and food and restaurants pages also provides great insight into “after hour” events in the area!
Thanks again, John! We hope you had a great day at this gorgeous and exciting beach with your Montague Bikes.
What do you do with your bike? Inspire other cyclists in your area (wherever that may be!) by sending us your story either to our Facebook or to firstname.lastname@example.org.