DENVER (CBS4) – Denver’s B-cycle bike sharing program will be even bigger this year.
The rent-able red bikes will be available at 30 new stations this season, bringing the total around town to 83.
One of the new spots where there will be a station is the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and that’s where this year’s B-cycle program was officially kicked off on Thursday.
“It’s become kind of like our rights of passage for springtime, kind of like the Opening Day of the Colorado Rockies, kind of like the springing forward and Daylight Saving time,” said Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
With the new stations, there will now be 700 bikes available for rent. Stations open on Monday.