Grand Rapids Bikes is the official guide to beginner biking in Grand Rapids and Kent County in Michigan.
Brought to you by Experience Grand Rapids, Grand Rapids Bikes is where you'll find local cycling routes for sightseeing, transportation, road biking, and mountain biking in and around Grand Rapids.
Grand Rapids Bikes will help you find just what you need to get cycling. Make biking a part of your life to improve your overall health and connect with the community. Learn the basics of bike maintenance, find active tourism routes, understand the difference between road, mountain, commuter and cruiser bikes, pick your favorite and go for a ride!
DISCLAIMER: You should consult your physician or other health care practitioner before starting this or any other exercise program. Nothing stated or posted on the My City Bikes mobile applications, website, or other campaign communications is intended to be, and must not be taken to be, the practice of medical or professional advice or care. Bicycling is a sport with risk of personal injury. There are natural and man-made obstacles or hazards, surface and environmental conditions and risks which, in combination with your actions, can cause you severe or fatal injury. My City Bikes and/or its members, staff, volunteers, and sponsors are not responsible in any capacity for harm, injury or death that may occur as a result of bicycling, participating in any event or group ride, or riding any trail, route, bike path or bike lane listed, illustrated or otherwise referenced within a My City Bikes app, website or media coverage. You are solely responsible for your safety while biking.
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Good content, mediocre presentation
I'm glad that this app exists. I'm a four-season cyclist and bike commuter, and I think that tools like this help novice riders feel more comfortable getting on their bikes.
My gripe: the design is a little too rough around the edges. I wish that the type was set larger, and had a larger line height. There's a lack of negative space that makes the content feel cluttered and hard to follow.
As a designer, it's easy for me to visualize and express these issues. Your average person may not be able to do so, but that doesn't mean it doesn't affect their experience using the app.
That being said, I hope to see these issues addressed as time goes on. And I hope to see more people using this app and riding their bikes.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.