Detroit Bikes unveils limited edition DCFC A-Type

Posted on Jul 15, 2016

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Detroit, MI – July 15, 2016 –Detroit Bikes and The Detroit City Football Club have partnered to create a limited edition A-Type bicycle to celebrate the city’s rich history of both manufacturing and professional sports.

The new bikes are part of an annual tradition for Detroit Bikes and the Detroit City FC. Each year the team presents a Detroit Bike to its MVP – a promotion inspired by the historic Chalmers Automobile Company. In 1910, the Detroit automaker famously awarded cars to both, the Tigers’ Ty Cobb, and to Cleveland’s Nap Lajoie for winning the batting title in 1910.

“I have a tremendous amount of respect for what Detroit Bikes has accomplished as a manufacturer in this city,“ said Sean Mann, co-owner of the Detroit City FC. “We love their bikes and feel that they represent the best of what’s happening in Detroit.”

Fan voting for the Detroit City FC MVP will happen at tonight’s game versus the Michigan Stars at Kenworth Stadium. Get tickets here

The individually numbered A-Types feature bold maroon and gold paint schemes and Detroit City FC decals. They retail for $699 and are available at the Le Rouge Club Shop, at Detroit Bikes Dealers, and at detroitbikes.com.

About Detroit Bikes:

Founded in 2011, Detroit Bikes manufactures accessible, quality bicycles. Leveraging a rich tradition of skilled manufacturing and innovative design, the company operates a factory on Detroit’s west side with a capacity to produce more than 100 bicycles a day. Detroit Bikes’ signature production bikes include the A-Type city commuter and the B-Type step through and the new C-Type single speed. For more information visit: http://www.detroitbikes.com/

About Detroit City Football Club

Founded in 2012, Detroit City FC has established itself as one of the most talked about soccer teams in North America. Our club motto, Passion for Our City, Passion for the Game, evokes the three ideas the grassroots organization was built upon: to satisfy the demand for soccer in downtown Detroit, represent the city in a positive light, and build community through “the beautiful game.” The team currently plays in the National Premier Soccer League. http://www.detcityfc.com

 

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