Denver’s bike-sharing program officially launched its third season on Monday.
A large-scale bike sharing program will roll out this week in Boulder.
Boulder is considered one of the most bicycle friendly cities in the nation. Now, the foothills community is launching its B-cycle program next month.
Members of the Denver Rapids joined Mayor Vidal outside the Denver Public Library to kick off the second season of the bike sharing program. There are 500 bicycles available at 50 stations around central Denver. This year the minimum age to rent has been dropped from 18 to 16. Annual memberships are available for $49.
It will still be about another month until those red bicycles are riding all around the metro area. The second season of the B Cycle program has been pushed back to March 14 instead of the original date of March 1.
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