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NEWS: Free Bike-Sharing Program Launched In Denver

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Bike sharing courtesy of VISIT DENVER, the convention and visitors bureau

Denver, Colo.—Come summer, the streets of downtown Denver will be dotted with shiny white bikes, available to tourists and locals at no charge. The bike sharing program, Denver B-Cycle, was launched to reduce pollution from residents and visitors to the city.

The bikes, to be docked at more than 30 stations throughout the city, will be free to use as long as the bike is back at the same station by 10 a.m. of the next business day. The stations will be constructed by hotels, light rail stops, and museums, according to VISIT DENVER, the convention and visitors bureau.— Hilary Solan