Grand Junction, CO (June 5, 2018) – Bike repair stations are now available for public use in Downtown Grand Junction. Located in front of both 750 Main and Roasted Espresso and Subs, cyclists can utilize these stations for basic bicycle maintenance. From changing a flat to adjusting brakes and derailleurs, residents and tourists alike now have access to make minor repairs when needed. These stations also include a bike pump to keep tires full and tools to make minor adjustments to a bike.

Downtown business owner Aaron Young of Kaart Group and 750 Main is looking forward to the stations. “There are many employees that work Downtown who will be able to utilize this feature, and it’s important to offer a resource that encourages their commute.”

“We’re excited to offer an amenity Downtown that reflects and supports the biking culture in Grand Junction,” Downtown Director Brandon Stam stated.

Additionally, the Central Branch of Mesa County Public Libraries has an existing bike service station, and can be found near the West entrance, making a total of three stations in the Downtown district.

These repair stations are available for public use at no charge. Downtown would like to thank the City of Grand Junction Parks and Recreation Department for assisting in the installation of these amenities.