MemberFocus September 2016 : Page 16

the power of small Meet America’s Oldest Bike Manufacturer Worksman Cycles Ozone Park, N.Y. | Conway, S.C. Wayne Sosin, President, Worksman Cycles ccording to a recent article by Vox , there are now close to 900 bike-share systems in operation in cities around the globe. In the United States, we’re seeing an explosion of bicycle traffic and the buildout of exclusive lanes for cycling. Manufacturers right here in the United States, such as family-owned Worksman Cycles headquartered in Queens, N.Y., have steered this growth with a dedication to quality and innovation. Worksman is the oldest existing bicycle manufacturer in A the United States, and in addition to its consumer bicycles, it specializes in industrial-grade bicycles and tricycles that you’ve likely seen in large facilities and even on street corners across the country. Worksman is providing emission-free alternatives to forklifts and golf carts for global giants like Alcoa, Boeing, Exxon, Harley-Davidson, General Motors and Ford, and even making sales a lot easier for shops like Tony’s Pizzeria. And Worksman is contributing to its community in numerous ways; just two years ago, it created a line of bicycles to support the Wounded Warrior Project. That’s the Power of Small. 16 September 2016 · Member Focus

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