Ride MoGo This Winter!


Whether you’re working from home or remotely, the world outside the windows in Metro Detroit looks much of the same: grey.


You might close the blinds, or turn the lights brighter in your office space – or your bed, if we’re being honest – to create a space with more light and warmth, and with less room for thoughts about the cold and greyness outside that door.


What if, instead, we told you that the best way to combat the dry winter days was to face them head-on? That the next time you look outside the window and think of sunnier days, you can still find a reason to be outside? With MoGo, you can.


Even in the depths of single-digit January days, hundreds of Metro Detroiters are out riding MoGo every week, and they’re loving it (and we have proof from this weekend)!



If you’ve read this far, and you’re still on the fence about going for a bike ride in the 30-degree weather that awaits you, let this be your push: if you go for a ride, post about it on any social media platform, and tag us, you’ll get a free month of MoGo – for yourself or to share with a friend – to get you back on the streets this spring!


After this week’s snow, we thought we’d also share how to ride properly in the wind and snow. Whether it’s snowing outside or cold and dry, there are still plenty of opportunities to ride MoGo.


So I guess it’s safe to say we’ll see you out there, right? Happy riding, Metro Detroit!

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