-- Now Shipping Bicycles to Australia, Germany, Netherlands and U.K.
NEW YORK, April 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Kickstarter success story Priority Bicycles is excited to announce its expanded availability to high demand markets. From its popularity within North America to make cycling simpler, interested consumers around the world cast their opinions online for global distribution expansion and ultimately Australia, Germany, the Netherlands and United Kingdom were added to Priority's shipping destinations.
For a total cost of $599 USD - including bike, shipping and all related taxes, duty and fees - Priority Bicycles delivers to any shipping address in the newly added regions. Completely free of routine maintenance, this smartly designed bicycle features a greaseless belt drive in place of a traditional messy chain and comes complete with all the necessary assembly tools, kickstand, water bottle cage and tire pump. Priority Bicycles redefines biking for the recreational rider with its ease of assembly (roughly 5 minutes) and use at an unbeatable price.
A blend of beauty and functionality, the classic diamond frame design features an upright comfortable seating position, a lightweight rustproof aluminum frame, puncture-resistant tires, and 3-speed internal hub with internal braking for a smooth, easy ride.
More countries will be added later this year. Don't see your country listed? Vote for it here!
For more information on Priority Bicycles, please contact Connor Swegle at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Priority Bicycles
Priority Bicycles is a New York-based company dedicated to making cycling easier for the recreational rider by offering high-quality, low-maintenance bicycles. Founded by industry veteran and former software CEO David Weiner, Priority launched on Kickstarter in 2014 by raising $550,000 in 30-days and selling over 1,200 bicycles. Priority has been featured in top publications across the globe garnering praise for the bicycles' beautiful design and innovative engineering at a fraction of the cost of traditional bicycle companies and retailers. For more information, visit prioritybicycles.com.
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