Founder of Dawmson Enterprises, LLC, David A. Williamson is pleased to announce the launch of his new website venture, DavidsBicycles.com; the website features a broad assortment of bicycles and accessories including heavy-duty bikes up to 300 pounds capacity, longer frames for taller people, men’s and women’s bikes, children’s bikes, and teen bikes. For more information, visit the website’s blog at DavidsBicyclesBlog.com.
Gonzales, TX -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/17/2017 --David A. Williamson is proud to announce the creation and launch of his new website venture, http://www.DavidsBicycles.com. The website offers a wide variety of bicycles and accessories for every adventure including heavy-duty bikes up to 300 pounds capacity, longer frames for taller people not to hit their knees on the handle bars, women's bikes, men's bikes, bikes for teens, children's bikes, and useful cycling accessories. Williamson was inspired by a particularly memorable trip to Japan, where he was celebrating the birthday of both of his grandchildren. They want to a Navy Exchange store, where Williamson was intrigued by four-inch wide tire bikes. Returning home from the trip with inspiration and a new mission, Williamson wanted to provide customers with an online store where they could find fat tire bikes and any other style they need for their favorite outdoor playground.
There are many excellent bicycles and accessories featured within the merchandise of DavidsBicycles.com. The website carries items including aluminum-frame bikes for a light riding experience such as lime green 3-speed beach cruisers and 7-speed pink beach cruisers; men's bikes including Army green single speed bikes and 26-inch beach cruiser bikes; women's bikes including 3-speed cruisers and 26-inch 7-speed bikes; and more. In the future, Williamson plans to further expand the product lines offered on the website. He wants customers to enjoy a selection featuring all varieties of bikes from 10-inch tire to full-size bikes, from one-person bikes to tandem bikes, and from 1-speed bikes to bikes with many speeds. He is also planning on adding lots of valuable accessories such as rear bike carriers, bike baskets, bike saddles, and LED bike headlights for night riding. By periodically updating the merchandise, he hopes to encourage customers to keep coming back to the online store to check out what new items have been added.
Customer service is of the utmost importance to Williamson regarding each and every transaction made on DavidsBicycles.com. He wants to ensure that customers have positive experiences on his website by providing them with a rich selection of products and valuable information on each one. Williamson is excited about launching the website soon, when he is finished stocking it with a large variety of fresh and valuable cycling supplies. He is excited about helping customers have fulfilling cycling adventures with no additional shipping charges on the products and shipping available to the continental 48 states.
To complement the main website, Williamson is also launching a blog located at http://www.DavidsBicyclesBlog.com. The blog will feature topics related to cycling supplies in general such as riding with safety and style using quality cycling helmets, enjoying quality family bonding time with kids' bikes, and taking on your favorite beach-side roads with women's beach cruiser bikes. Williamson hopes to give valuable tips and information on fully enjoying off-road and on-road fun with quality cycling supplies.
DavidsBicycles.com – a division of Dawmson Enterprises, LLC – is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur David A. Williamson.
Williamson is a mushroom grower and works nights at the local farm. He is hoping to make some extra money for his future retirement while helping customers fulfill their cycling needs. He learned to ride on a 26-inch tire bike when in the first grade and still has that bike frame to this day. He hopes to rework it and display it on the site eventually, as it is a symbol of his own childhood love of riding.
Williamson's father Novel reworked bikes into unique variations. David's original frame is an example, as it was inverted with a seat support welded to what was the bottom. The handle bar mounting clamp was extended with a tube and a 2-foot bolt. The pedals ended up being about 2 feet off of the ground at the bottom of the stroke. David's daughter in Japan has the latest variation that Novel made for his own use before his health failed in the 1990's and he passed in 2002, three days before David's 50th birthday.
David A. Williamson