Walmart buys $100,000 worth of bicycles for men

In the wake of the massive earthquake in Nepal, Walmart is buying up hundreds of bicycles to be used as backpacks for its employees, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The company, which is owned by Wal-Mart Stores, has also been buying a variety of other accessories.

The WSJ reports that the company has also begun adding bicycle parts to its own range, like chain locks, tires, and other components.

The company plans to buy the new sets of bicycles in the coming months.

It will also be adding more bikes for its stores to use in the future.