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The Green Life: Limited-Edition PUBLIC bikes: Order Now and Save 10%

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December 10, 2012

Limited-Edition PUBLIC bikes: Order Now and Save 10%

Sierra Club bike from PUBLICLimited time left to order! Order by December 25, 2012 for delivery in June 2013.

Make a statement with the unique, limited-edition, never-before-offered, custom color, soon-to-be-unavailable-forever SIERRA CLUB-themed bike. Show your eco-pride with your ride!

PUBLIC is a purveyor of European-style street bicycles in several styles. The new Sierra Club bikes will be offered in PUBLIC's C7 (step-through) and V7 (diamond) frames, in two sizes, and with rear rack included. Custom colored in bright grass-green, these bikes will feature the Sierra Club logo in white on the rear fender and head tube, and the Sierra Club slogan (Explore, Enjoy, and Protect the Planet) on both sides of the down tube. Click here for more specifics and to order the Sierra Club Bike.

The Sierra Club bicycles will be offered to members at 10% off the usual price with promo code SIERRACLUB. A portion of the proceeds will be donated back to the Sierra Club. Bicycles can be ordered online from publicbikes.com and shipped "ready to ride" anywhere in the continental U.S.

This is just one of the many new members-only offers. To learn about other discounts, check out the member benefits page

Sierra Club bike

Close-up view of Sierra Club bike

--Rachael Monosson / Image courtesy of PUBLIC Bikes.


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