Featured on Everyone at the PGA Merchandise Show wanted to take “The Golf Bike” out for a spin. Read the Full Article
Monthly Archives: November 2015
Featured on (Written by Luke Kerr-Dineen) Golf’s critics always say that the game is too slow, doesn’t provide enough exercise, and that it’s not environmentally sustainable. Well, on the surface, The Golf Bike seems to take a step towards solving all three. The Golf Bike retails for $995.00 and the idea is pretty simple. You […]
Featured on Two-Hour Round Hop on a Golf Bike, and you could play 18 holes in less than 2 hours, said company founder Todd May. “It’s about time, speed of play, and fitness,” May said. His product retails for $995 and is in use at five U.S. courses. Colorado’s Vail Golf Club will have a […]
Featured on GolfChannel.com Morning Drive hosts riding The Golf Bike. At the 1:20 mark of the video Charlie says “… this Golf Bike is smooth!” Watch the Video
Featured on GolfChannel.com At the 6:40 mark Gary asks Bubba, “Did you see anything, and think, ‘Wow! I’ve never heard of this company; I didn’t know it was part of the golf industry.” … Bubba then leads into the Golf Bike. Watch the Video
Just in time for National Bike Month, golfers playing Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort’s trio of award-winning courses can now pedal from hole to hole versus taking a golf cart or hoofing it.
Interested in pedaling a round of golf? A Hilton Head Island golf club now offers the Golf Bike for players.
It’s the first of its kind in Michigan, and it’s a way for golfers to stay active even when they’re navigating from hole to hole.
Munoscong Golf Course in Pickford has introduced a way to add more fun and fitness to your golf game. Forget driving a golf cart, ride a bike.