Why do you need Bike PocketMaps? Here are Three Reasons

If you’re trying to increase tourism, one of the best ways of doing that is to show off how bicycle-friendly your city is. One way to accomplish this goal is with the use of bike pocketmaps. These maps provide tons of benefits for bicyclists, which is why you should consider using them.



Custom pocket map of st. john shown unfolded on detail view side



1. Full of Useful Information

Bicycle pocket maps are basically guidebooks that are geared towards cyclists, and contain information that is useful to them such as:


Location of attractions
Map of bicycle trails
Where to rent bikes, bike repair shops, etc.
Information on bus lines, to include which ones have bicycle racks available
Location of bicycle racks at public facilities such as shopping centers, libraries, etc.
Pocket maps can also include other information about your city such as the local history and details about special events, which will further help to promote tourism and spur your local economy.



Custom pocket map bike design with turn by turn directions



2. Easy to Read and Use


These maps are designed to be easy to read, and small enough for people to carry around with them. They provide a wealth of information to travelers at a very low price, as some maps can be produced for less than a penny each. You won’t find a better way to promote local businesses than with the use of our bicycle maps.




Custom pocket map bike design reverse side showing family winery that is giving this away to their visitors



3. Good for the Environment


As more and more people become aware of these maps, you’ll be reducing the amount of pollution in your area as well. That’s because these maps will encourage more people to ride bicycles rather than drive, meaning fewer emissions and less congestion on the roadways as well.


Our maps are easily customizable to fit your exact needs. There are plenty of benefits to using these maps, which is why you should contact us today to find out more.

October 15th, 2014
by Mark Minoff

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