Santa Monica, CA, May 16, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The regularly updated blog on the newly designed AIKA website is a great way to get in touch with the world of Dutch and European biking culture and keep up with the latest trends in regards to bicycle accessories and urban biking.
“A lot has changed the last five years in the American biking culture,” says founder Anne-Marij Berendsen. “It’s so amazing to experience the whole movement and excitement of the people that work hard to achieve a better biking infrastructure and from the people embracing this new urban lifestyle.” The newly designed website is a reflection of AIKA’s commitment to design and style, and a great showcase of their selective range of quality products that have a distinguished style but are not necessarily expensive.
Social media such as Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter are a great way to show off products, and the new design incorporates photos and postings from each of these platforms to give you a first-hand look at new designs and the beautiful scenery that comes with this lifestyle. For fans of travel, design and urban living, this inside look is sure to impress.
AIKA Trading is founded from a commitment and passion for providing quality European bicycles and bicycle accessories for those who value the environment, love both nature and city life,love to travel and explore new things, and are all about going local.
Whether you’re looking to buy a new bike, find a shop close to you, explore and shop online or become a dealer, their new website delivers.
About AIKA for Urban Cycling
For the past few years, AIKA Trading has taken their Dutch roots, passion for travel and design and used it to develop into a successful importer and distributor of high quality Dutch bikes and accessories. With their website’s new design and numerous additions, AIKA hopes to have created an environment that embodies everything urban and will inspire you to include biking into your everyday life! For more information, visit http://www.aikatrading.com or visit their Santa Monica based urban cycling store.