Investment in Biking Infrastructure Leads to Biking-Related Business Development

Discussion in 'Industry News' started by TheMetropreneur, Oct 17, 2010.

  1. TheMetropreneur

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    The City of Columbus Ohio has made a huge commitment to adding over 500 miles of bike paths, trails, lanes, sharrows and other infrastructure improvements over the next few years and we're already seeing the benefits.

    It's even spilled over into our local small business community as our bike-industry entrepreneurs are thriving thanks to these investments:

    Old Pastime Could Result in New Economic Growth
    By Melanie McIntyre on August 13, 2010

    Central Ohioans, like many people across the country, have rediscovered bicycling in recent years. Predictably, the trend has kept owners of existing bike shops in demand, but it also has created new opportunities for enterprising entrepreneurs and could even impact companies outside the biking industry, resulting in even greater regional economic growth.

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