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April 30, 2010

Denver Launches Community Bike Share Program

By Lacy Morris

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The Mile High City is making it easier to get around with some 500 new Trek bikes available for sharing at 40 stations around the city. The Denver B-Cycle program is the first of its kind. The three-speed bikes cost $5 for a 24-hour membership, 30 minute or less rides are free, and rides up to an hour are only a dollar. Prices go up accordingly from there. 7-day passes go for $20, 30-day for $30, and annual memberships are an easy $65. Student and senior discount are available. In June, the bikes will be outfitted with computers to track miles, calories burned, and carbon offsets so that riders can watch their own fitness as well as see their contribution to Denver's efforts of going green. Check here for more information.

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Wow.. you know i really wanted to come in this place and experience being in their place and their culture as well, and thank u for posting pictures because i feel like i am there also. Thanks! keep on posting...

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