Bicycling Safety and Summer Hours From Menifee Bicycles

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Menifee Bicycles is your one stop shop for everything bicycle. From the actual bicycle to dozens of accessories for you and your ride, they come highly recommended for their top-notch friendly service and huge selection of necessities.

As the days heat up and bike riding is back in season Menifee Bicycles provides a list of helpful safety tips and reminders to keep you pedaling safely all summer long.

Protect your head. Whether young or grown, helmets are the ultimate bike-riding accessory for your safety. Available in tiny sizes for little toddler size heads all the way up to adult, Menifee Bicycles offers many sizes and styles to suit your hear wear style. Helmets are an easy way to keep the whole family safe and secure. Choose from high tech Kali Protectives helmets, Troy Lee Designs, Giant, and many others.

Stay hydrated. When the days are hot it’s important to remember to drink up. Make water easily accessible with water bottle holders and mounts for you bicycle as well as fitted water bottles, all available at Menifee Bicycles. They will even install them for you.

Be seen. Reflective apparel and bicycle reflectors are a must for evening and nighttime riding. Easy to use reflectors, reflective gear, and attachable headlights with helmet and handlebar mounts are a great way to ensure you and your children’s safety at night so vehicles can readily see you. Choose from a selection of accessories from CatEye, Planet Bike, Giant and more of your favorite brands.

Tune it up. After a winter in the garage those bicycles will need a little TLC to get them safely spinning again. Stop in to Menifee Bicycles for a full service tune-up or simply to pump up those bike tires.

The days are longer so Menifee Bicycles is open later!

Summer Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9 am to 7 pm
Saturday, 9 am to 6 pm
Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm

26100 Newport Rd., Suite A-20
Menifee, CA 92586

Phone: 951.672.1637
Website: Menifee Bicycles
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Image 1 via Kali Protectives, Image 2 via Giant, Image 3 via CatEye


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