- Associated Press - Sunday, March 27, 2016

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - People in downtown Cheyenne can get around a little easier as the city is launching a free bike-sharing program.

The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports (https://bit.ly/1PyKqRT ) that the program, called ReRide, allows anyone over the age of 16 to use free bicycles from one of seven racks.

Program organizers say the trust people will not damage the bikes and that they will safely return them to one of the racks.

The program is being sponsored by downtown economic development group DDA/Main Street, bike shop Rock on Wheels and the Downtown Cheyenne Business Co-operative.

The pilot program will run through Oct. 31, after which organizers will analyze the program’s strengths, weaknesses and costs and see if it will continue.


Information from: Wyoming Tribune Eagle, https://www.wyomingnews.com

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