The success of the Denver B-cycle program continues
At Sports Authority Field at Mile High, spokes, gears and handlebars are becoming a stadium staple.
Drivers already share the street with cyclists, and now they’ll share it with B-cycle stations as well.
The car-sharing program called car2go that was introduced in Denver in June has reached a milestone as more than 15,000 Denver residents have signed up to use the cars.
Managers say the program has grown to the point where many Denverites depend on the bicycles for daily transportation.
Tech specialists at Denver B-Cycle are trying to fix a software glitch that has shut down the kiosk screen.
It’s now official, Denver is the King Cycling City in the nation.
Denver’s bicycle sharing program is back for the season.
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.
Officials at the nonprofit B-cycle bike share system program in Boulder have decided to keep the program rolling along throughout the winter.