BMW Cruise Bikes Now Available at Most Fairmont Hotels & Resorts

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has expanded its partnership with German automaker BMW Group to provide more guests with complimentary hotel bicycles.

 Fairmont hotels all across the world, except Fairmont Dubai; Fairmont Mara Safari Club; Fairmont The Norfolk; Fairmont Towers, Heliopolis; Fairmont Nile City; Fairmont Heliopolis; Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello and Fairmont Kenauk at Le Chateau Montebello, will offer state-of-the-art stylish BMW Cruise Bikes to guests.

 The new bikes will provide an active and environmentally sound way for travelers to explore the many unique places Fairmont calls home. From Fairmont Beijing, where guests can cycle through the beautiful Hutongs of Old Beijing to Fairmont Le Montreux Palace, where guests can explore Lake Geneva and the Swiss countryside, the opportunity for adventure is everywhere. Lock and helmets are also provided to keep both guests and bikes safe and secure.

Already offered at Fairmont's U.S. and Canadian properties, BMW Cruise Bikes are the perfect companion for both busy urban streets and scenic trails, promising a smooth ride on any surface thanks to a distinctive design and a Suntour suspension system. A striking frame, achieved through hydro-forming manufacturing, an advanced process using high-pressure water to allow the walls of the tube to expand inside a mold and free the aluminum of any shape restrictions, complements other original features including an integrated brake routing system that enables riders to stop on a dime.

As part of the new bicycle initiative, Fairmont is offering Fairmont President's Club members priority access when reserving the bikes. Free to join, Fairmont President's Club provides guests with special benefits and privileges.

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