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Denver to launch bike-sharing program

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Explore the best of Denver this summer at no cost to your wallet or the environment.

Denver B-Cycle, a free bike-sharing program is scheduled to start this summer. A total of 500 bikes will be available at 30 to 40 stations throughout the city. Visitors can swipe their credit card to get a bike, and rentals are free as long as the bike is returned to the same station by 10 a.m. the next day.

Bike stations will be located within three or four miles of downtown, situated near light rail stations, Denver hotels and popular attractions like museums and the convention center.

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Posted on: January 20, 2009 | Tags: | Category: Eco-TourismCategory: Freebies & DiscountsCategory: Travel news

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