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Denver's Bcycle share program

Old 07-05-13, 01:59 PM
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Denver's Bcycle share program

no idea where i should have put this.
anyway:

http://denver.bcycle.com/
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Originally Posted by ka0use View Post
no idea where i should have put this.
anyway:

http://denver.bcycle.com/
The Millennium Bridge is pretty useless for bicycles and it's only slightly less useless for pedestrians. A short block and a half ride south from the bridge on Wewatta puts you on the Cherry Creek path where you can actually ride your bike rather than wrestle it up and down those damned ramps.
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Old 07-08-13, 07:54 AM
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Indeed. If you need to access the light rail there are other means (that is unless the construction has trashed them).
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