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We did it! B-Cycle bike share demonstration team is coming to Fargo!

Good work all, the B-Cycle website is smokin! Just spoke to the B-Cycle system coordinator they’ll send their traveling demonstration team and bringing a few bikes and solar powered docking stations to Fargo to demonstrate the bike share system in early September!
WaHOOO!!! Fargo’s sprinted past Rochester NY to #1 in the national online B-Cycle race! 212,600 votes, over 100,000 in less than a day!  Thanks to all the Fargo Super Team for leading the way in this B-Cycle competition for them to select Fargo to bring their bike share demonstration team here to check it out!  I invited them in early June arrange a visit here this summer, racing into 1st place in a week sure helped make it happen.
Fargo’s now flown by over 299 cities rocketed by Rochester NY into 1st place in the nation. What’s B-Cycle about?   Here’s a neat article about the San Antonio B-Cycle bike share system:
No wonder some call him “The Jared of B-cycle.”
In only three months, Phillip Schrank has logged more than 750 miles using San Antonio’s bike-share program, shedding about 45 pounds. He’s B-cycle’s No. 1 user and — like the Subway spokesman he’s been compared to — a natural booster.
“I call myself the ‘spokes-person,’” Schrank jokes.
Since the downtown bike share launched this spring, B-cycle users have logged more than 32,400 miles. Some, like Schrank, ride for health reasons, others use the bikes for transportation or just for fun. Many are also enjoying a burgeoning sense of community among riders.

~End article~
So we’re shooting for a B-Cycle system demonstration here, thanks to Fargo’s Super team that assembled and is cranking fast past the competition.  Great work and great news Mr. Fantastic (aka Pete Trelstad) Wonder Woman Susie Ekberg Risher, Superman Jack Sunday, Green Lantern John Jorgensen, The Flash Barry Nelson, Iron Man Frode Tilden, and all you Fargo Superheroes!  Poor Rochester didn’t know what hit em.
You can help keep the lead by going to this link and simply entering your Fargo area zip code: http://bcycle.com/whowantsitmore.aspx

Wonder Woman a.k.a. Susie Ekberg Risher 

 

Iron Man a.k.a. Frode Tilden 
Mr. Fantastic a.k.a Pete Trelstad 

 

Green Lantern a.k.a John Jorgensen 
Superman a.k.a Jack Sunday 

The Flash a.k.a. Barry Nelson 

 

Keep on clicking you bicyclists! Fargo’s B-Cycle bike share interest ranking has just pedaled and clicked into 3rd place!!  Our goal was to pass Las Vegas (Currently #10) to be in the top 10 by the 4th of July, and we did that on July 1st,  now we have #2 Cleveland in our sights.  Then watch out #1 Rochester New York, Fargo’s catching up!
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
I’ve invited B-Cycle to have them send their ride share system demonstration team to Fargo but they have a ton of requests and haven’t committed yet.  It would be great if they could come over the upcoming Street Fair.

They’ve been invited, now it’s up to us to prove we have enough interest for bike share.
Many of the comments at Fargo’s public outreach and input at the GO2030 townhall mindmixer online and opening session are centered around a more active community with more walking, biking, and transit opportunities.  This might be a good fit?

Denver was the first site for this private, non-profit, bike sharing program.  Now Minneapolis has the most bikes and stations in the country.  Other cities with four seasons such as Madison Wisconsin, and Des Moines, Iowa also have the bike share system in place.  The do shut down in the winter, even in Denver.
The stations are solar powered and use a membership card system to access a bike.  It’s not meant as a bike rental system, it’s programmed to help folks get from place to place and dock it when you arrive.

 

How B-cycle Works

Follow these easy steps

Sign In

Sign up online or purchase a 24-hour membership at a B-station.

Select

Choose a bike from any B-station.

Ride

Grab your bike and go.

Return

Park your B-cycle at any B-station

 
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share here.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here

 

Fargo races to #1 in the B-Cycle "who wants it more" community interest competition

WaHOOO!!! Fargo’s sprinted past Rochester NY to #1 in the national online B-Cycle race! 199,922 votes, over 90,000 in less than a day! Thanks to all the Fargo Super Team for leading the way in this B-Cycle competition for them to choose to bring their bike share demonstration team here to check it out!  I invited them in early June and ‘ll be talking to the B-Cycle site team demonstration coordinator today to see if we can arrange a visit here this summer, racing into 1st place in a week should help.  Stay tuned!
Fargo’s now flown by over 299 cities rocketed by Rochester NY into 1st place in the nation. What’s B-Cycle about?   Here’s a neat article about the San Antonio B-Cycle bike share system:
No wonder some call him “The Jared of B-cycle.”
In only three months, Phillip Schrank has logged more than 750 miles using San Antonio’s bike-share program, shedding about 45 pounds. He’s B-cycle’s No. 1 user and — like the Subway spokesman he’s been compared to — a natural booster.
“I call myself the ‘spokes-person,’” Schrank jokes.
Since the downtown bike share launched this spring, B-cycle users have logged more than 32,400 miles. Some, like Schrank, ride for health reasons, others use the bikes for transportation or just for fun. Many are also enjoying a burgeoning sense of community among riders.

~End article~
So we’re shooting for a B-Cycle system demonstration here, thanks to Fargo’s Super team that assembled and is cranking fast past the competition.  Great work and great news Mr. Fantastic (aka Pete Trelstad) Wonder Woman Susie Ekberg Risher, Superman Jack Sunday, Green Lantern John Jorgensen, The Flash Barry Nelson, Iron Man Frode Tilden, and all you Fargo Superheroes!  Poor Rochester didn’t know what hit em.
You can help keep the lead by going to this link and simply entering your Fargo area zip code: http://bcycle.com/whowantsitmore.aspx

Wonder Woman a.k.a. Susie Ekberg Risher 

 

Iron Man a.k.a. Frode Tilden 
Mr. Fantastic a.k.a Pete Trelstad 

 

Green Lantern a.k.a John Jorgensen 
Superman a.k.a Jack Sunday 

The Flash a.k.a. Barry Nelson 

 

Keep on clicking you bicyclists! Fargo’s B-Cycle bike share interest ranking has just pedaled and clicked into 3rd place!!  Our goal was to pass Las Vegas (Currently #10) to be in the top 10 by the 4th of July, and we did that on July 1st,  now we have #2 Cleveland in our sights.  Then watch out #1 Rochester New York, Fargo’s catching up!
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
I’ve invited B-Cycle to have them send their ride share system demonstration team to Fargo but they have a ton of requests and haven’t committed yet.  It would be great if they could come over the upcoming Street Fair.

They’ve been invited, now it’s up to us to prove we have enough interest for bike share.
Many of the comments at Fargo’s public outreach and input at the GO2030 townhall mindmixer online and opening session are centered around a more active community with more walking, biking, and transit opportunities.  This might be a good fit?

Denver was the first site for this private, non-profit, bike sharing program.  Now Minneapolis has the most bikes and stations in the country.  Other cities with four seasons such as Madison Wisconsin, and Des Moines, Iowa also have the bike share system in place.  The do shut down in the winter, even in Denver.
The stations are solar powered and use a membership card system to access a bike.  It’s not meant as a bike rental system, it’s programmed to help folks get from place to place and dock it when you arrive.

 

How B-cycle Works

Follow these easy steps

Sign In

Sign up online or purchase a 24-hour membership at a B-station.

Select

Choose a bike from any B-station.

Ride

Grab your bike and go.

Return

Park your B-cycle at any B-station

 
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
Fargo moved up from last to 114th yesterday and up to 53rd in the nation in just 2 days! Watch out Las Vegas we’re working to knock you out of the top 10 by the end of the week!

 

Fargo pedals into 1st place in national online B-Cycle competition!

WaHOOO!!! Fargo’s sprinted past Rochester NY to #1 in the B-Cycle! 199,922 votes, over 90,000 in less than a day! Thanks to all the Fargo Super Team for leading the way in this B-Cycle competition for them to choose to bring their bike share demonstration team here to check it out!  I invited them in early June and ‘ll be talking to the B-Cycle site team demonstration coordinator today to see if we can arrange a visit here this summer, racing into 1st place in a week should help.  Stay tuned!
Fargo’s now flown by over 299 cities rocketed by Rochester NY into 1st place in the nation. What’s B-Cycle about?   Here’s a neat article about the San Antonio B-Cycle bike share system:
No wonder some call him “The Jared of B-cycle.”
In only three months, Phillip Schrank has logged more than 750 miles using San Antonio’s bike-share program, shedding about 45 pounds. He’s B-cycle’s No. 1 user and — like the Subway spokesman he’s been compared to — a natural booster.
“I call myself the ‘spokes-person,’” Schrank jokes.
Since the downtown bike share launched this spring, B-cycle users have logged more than 32,400 miles. Some, like Schrank, ride for health reasons, others use the bikes for transportation or just for fun. Many are also enjoying a burgeoning sense of community among riders.

~End article~
So we’re shooting for a B-Cycle system demonstration here, thanks to Fargo’s Super team that assembled and is cranking fast past the competition.  Great work and great news Mr. Fantastic (aka Pete Trelstad) Wonder Woman Susie Ekberg Risher, Superman Jack Sunday, Green Lantern John Jorgensen, The Flash Barry Nelson, Iron Man Frode Tilden, and all you Fargo Superheroes!  Poor Rochester didn’t know what hit em.
You can help keep the lead by going to this link and simply entering your Fargo area zip code: http://bcycle.com/whowantsitmore.aspx

Wonder Woman a.k.a. Susie Ekberg Risher 

 

Iron Man a.k.a. Frode Tilden 
Mr. Fantastic a.k.a Pete Trelstad 

 

Green Lantern a.k.a John Jorgensen 
Superman a.k.a Jack Sunday 

The Flash a.k.a. Barry Nelson 

 

Keep on clicking you bicyclists! Fargo’s B-Cycle bike share interest ranking has just pedaled and clicked into 3rd place!!  Our goal was to pass Las Vegas (Currently #10) to be in the top 10 by the 4th of July, and we did that on July 1st,  now we have #2 Cleveland in our sights.  Then watch out #1 Rochester New York, Fargo’s catching up!
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
I’ve invited B-Cycle to have them send their ride share system demonstration team to Fargo but they have a ton of requests and haven’t committed yet.  It would be great if they could come over the upcoming Street Fair.

They’ve been invited, now it’s up to us to prove we have enough interest for bike share.
Many of the comments at Fargo’s public outreach and input at the GO2030 townhall mindmixer online and opening session are centered around a more active community with more walking, biking, and transit opportunities.  This might be a good fit?

Denver was the first site for this private, non-profit, bike sharing program.  Now Minneapolis has the most bikes and stations in the country.  Other cities with four seasons such as Madison Wisconsin, and Des Moines, Iowa also have the bike share system in place.  The do shut down in the winter, even in Denver.
The stations are solar powered and use a membership card system to access a bike.  It’s not meant as a bike rental system, it’s programmed to help folks get from place to place and dock it when you arrive.

 

How B-cycle Works

Follow these easy steps

Sign In

Sign up online or purchase a 24-hour membership at a B-station.

Select

Choose a bike from any B-station.

Ride

Grab your bike and go.

Return

Park your B-cycle at any B-station

 
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
Fargo moved up from last to 114th yesterday and up to 53rd in the nation in just 2 days! Watch out Las Vegas we’re working to knock you out of the top 10 by the end of the week!

 

 

Fargo's cranking it up another gear with over 141,000 votes in the B-Cycle competition

Just since early afternoon #3 Fargo’s gained over 40,000, to now over 141,000 votes in the B-Cycle competition, up from 80,000 yesterday!  Watch out #2 Cleveland, Fargo’s coming up fast!

Fargo’s rockets are firing now!  Thanks to all the super folks that are moving Fargo up the ranks and quickly closing the gap to catch #2 Cleveland in this national B-Cycle bike share “who wants it more” competition.

Fargo’s flown by over 297 cities and is in 3rd place with #2 Cleveland in our sights.  Here’s a neat article about the San Antonio B-Cycle bike share system:
No wonder some call him “The Jared of B-cycle.”
In only three months, Phillip Schrank has logged more than 750 miles using San Antonio’s bike-share program, shedding about 45 pounds. He’s B-cycle’s No. 1 user and — like the Subway spokesman he’s been compared to — a natural booster.
“I call myself the ‘spokes-person,’” Schrank jokes.
Since the downtown bike share launched this spring, B-cycle users have logged more than 32,400 miles. Some, like Schrank, ride for health reasons, others use the bikes for transportation or just for fun. Many are also enjoying a burgeoning sense of community among riders.

~End article~
So we’re shooting for a B-Cycle system demonstration here, thanks to Fargo’s Super team that assembled and is cranking fast past the competition.  Great work and great news Mr. Fantastic (aka Pete Trelstad) Wonder Woman Susie Ekberg Risher, Superman Jack Sunday, Green Lantern John Jorgensen, The Flash Barry Nelson, Iron Man Frode Tilden, and all you Fargo Superheroes!  Watch out #1 Rochester New York,  here comes Fargo!!
You can help by going to this link and simply entering your Fargo area zip code: http://bcycle.com/whowantsitmore.aspx

Wonder Woman a.k.a. Susie Ekberg Risher

 

Iron Man a.k.a. Frode Tilden
Mr. Fantastic a.k.a Pete Trelstad 

 

Green Lantern a.k.a John Jorgensen 
Superman a.k.a Jack Sunday 

The Flash a.k.a. Barry Nelson 

 

Keep on clicking you bicyclists! Fargo’s B-Cycle bike share interest ranking has just pedaled and clicked into 3rd place!!  Our goal was to pass Las Vegas (Currently #10) to be in the top 10 by the 4th of July, and we did that on July 1st,  now we have #2 Cleveland in our sights.  Then watch out #1 Rochester New York, Fargo’s catching up!
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
I’ve invited B-Cycle to have them send their ride share system demonstration team to Fargo but they have a ton of requests and haven’t committed yet.  It would be great if they could come over the upcoming Street Fair.

They’ve been invited, now it’s up to us to prove we have enough interest for bike share.
Many of the comments at Fargo’s public outreach and input at the GO2030 townhall mindmixer online and opening session are centered around a more active community with more walking, biking, and transit opportunities.  This might be a good fit?

Denver was the first site for this private, non-profit, bike sharing program.  Now Minneapolis has the most bikes and stations in the country.  Other cities with four seasons such as Madison Wisconsin, and Des Moines, Iowa also have the bike share system in place.  The do shut down in the winter, even in Denver.
The stations are solar powered and use a membership card system to access a bike.  It’s not meant as a bike rental system, it’s programmed to help folks get from place to place and dock it when you arrive.

 

How B-cycle Works

Follow these easy steps

Sign In

Sign up online or purchase a 24-hour membership at a B-station.

Select

Choose a bike from any B-station.

Ride

Grab your bike and go.

Return

Park your B-cycle at any B-station

 
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
Fargo moved up from last to 114th yesterday and up to 53rd in the nation in just 2 days! Watch out Las Vegas we’re working to knock you out of the top 10 by the end of the week!

 

 
 

 

 

 
 

Fargo blasts past 113,000 votes in the B-Cycle competition

Fargo’s rockets are firing now!  Thanks to all the super folks that are moving Fargo up the ranks and quickly closing the gap to catch #2 Cleveland in this national B-Cycle bike share “who wants it more” competition.

Fargo’s flown by over 297 cities and is in 3rd place with #2 Cleveland in our sights.  Here’s a neat article about the San Antonio B-Cycle bike share system:
No wonder some call him “The Jared of B-cycle.”
In only three months, Phillip Schrank has logged more than 750 miles using San Antonio’s bike-share program, shedding about 45 pounds. He’s B-cycle’s No. 1 user and — like the Subway spokesman he’s been compared to — a natural booster.
“I call myself the ‘spokes-person,’” Schrank jokes.
Since the downtown bike share launched this spring, B-cycle users have logged more than 32,400 miles. Some, like Schrank, ride for health reasons, others use the bikes for transportation or just for fun. Many are also enjoying a burgeoning sense of community among riders.

~End article~
So we’re shooting for a B-Cycle system demonstration here, thanks to Fargo’s Super team that assembled and is cranking fast past the competition.  Great work and great news Mr. Fantastic (aka Pete Trelstad) Wonder Woman Susie Ekberg Risher, Superman Jack Sunday, Green Lantern John Jorgensen, The Flash Barry Nelson, Iron Man Frode Tilden, and all you Fargo Superheroes!  Watch out #1 Rochester New York,  here comes Fargo!!
You can help by going to this link and simply entering your Fargo area zip code: http://bcycle.com/whowantsitmore.aspx

Wonder Woman a.k.a. Susie Ekberg Risher


 

Iron Man a.k.a. Frode Tilden

Mr. Fantastic a.k.a Pete Trelstad 

 

Green Lantern a.k.a John Jorgensen 
Superman a.k.a Jack Sunday 

The Flash a.k.a. Barry Nelson 

 

Keep on clicking you bicyclists! Fargo’s B-Cycle bike share interest ranking has just pedaled and clicked into 3rd place!!  Our goal was to pass Las Vegas (Currently #10) to be in the top 10 by the 4th of July, and we did that on July 1st,  now we have #2 Cleveland in our sights.  Then watch out #1 Rochester New York, Fargo’s catching up!
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
I’ve invited B-Cycle to have them send their ride share system demonstration team to Fargo but they have a ton of requests and haven’t committed yet.  It would be great if they could come over the upcoming Street Fair.

They’ve been invited, now it’s up to us to prove we have enough interest for bike share.
Many of the comments at Fargo’s public outreach and input at the GO2030 townhall mindmixer online and opening session are centered around a more active community with more walking, biking, and transit opportunities.  This might be a good fit?

Denver was the first site for this private, non-profit, bike sharing program.  Now Minneapolis has the most bikes and stations in the country.  Other cities with four seasons such as Madison Wisconsin, and Des Moines, Iowa also have the bike share system in place.  The do shut down in the winter, even in Denver.
The stations are solar powered and use a membership card system to access a bike.  It’s not meant as a bike rental system, it’s programmed to help folks get from place to place and dock it when you arrive.

 

How B-cycle Works

Follow these easy steps

Sign In

Sign up online or purchase a 24-hour membership at a B-station.

Select

Choose a bike from any B-station.

Ride

Grab your bike and go.

Return

Park your B-cycle at any B-station

 
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
Fargo moved up from last to 114th yesterday and up to 53rd in the nation in just 2 days! Watch out Las Vegas we’re working to knock you out of the top 10 by the end of the week!

 

 
 

 

 

Fargo blasts to #3 with over 80,000 votes in B-Cycle race

Way to go Fargo, we’re now at over 80,000 votes and still cranking it up to another gear in the B-Cycle national competition, in just 5 days, Fargo’s flown by over 297 cities and is in 3rd place with #2 Cleveland in our sights

Fargo’s Super team assembled and is cranking fast past the competition.  Great work and great news Mr. Fantastic (aka Pete Trelstad) Wonder Woman Susie Ekberg Risher, Superman Jack Sunday, Green Lantern John Jorgensen, The Flash Barry Nelson and all you Fargo Superheroes!  Watch out #1 Rochester New York,  here comes Fargo!!
You can help by going to this link and simply entering your Fargo area zip code: http://bcycle.com/whowantsitmore.aspx

Wonder Woman a.k.a Susie Ekberg Risher 
Mr. Fantastic a.k.a Pete Trelstad 

 

Green Lantern a.k.a John Jorgensen 
Superman a.k.a Jack Sunday 

The Flash a.k.a. Barry Nelson


 

Keep on clicking you bicyclists! Fargo’s B-Cycle bike share interest ranking has just pedaled and clicked into 3rd place!!  Our goal was to pass Las Vegas (Currently #10) to be in the top 10 by the 4th of July, and we did that on July 1st,  now we have #2 Cleveland in our sights.  Then watch out #1 Rochester New York, Fargo’s catching up!
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
I’ve invited B-Cycle to have them send their ride share system demonstration team to Fargo but they have a ton of requests and haven’t committed yet.  It would be great if they could come over the upcoming Street Fair.

They’ve been invited, now it’s up to us to prove we have enough interest for bike share.
Many of the comments at Fargo’s public outreach and input at the GO2030 townhall mindmixer online and opening session are centered around a more active community with more walking, biking, and transit opportunities.  This might be a good fit?

Denver was the first site for this private, non-profit, bike sharing program.  Now Minneapolis has the most bikes and stations in the country.  Other cities with four seasons such as Madison Wisconsin, and Des Moines, Iowa also have the bike share system in place.  The do shut down in the winter, even in Denver.
The stations are solar powered and use a membership card system to access a bike.  It’s not meant as a bike rental system, it’s programmed to help folks get from place to place and dock it when you arrive.

 

How B-cycle Works

Follow these easy steps

Sign In

Sign up online or purchase a 24-hour membership at a B-station.

Select

Choose a bike from any B-station.

Ride

Grab your bike and go.

Return

Park your B-cycle at any B-station

 
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
Fargo moved up from last to 114th yesterday and up to 53rd in the nation in just 2 days! Watch out Las Vegas we’re working to knock you out of the top 10 by the end of the week!

 

 
 

 

Fargo is rocketing past the pack in B-Cycle national competition

Way to go Fargo, we’re cranking it up to another gear in the B-Cycle national competition, in just 4 days, Fargo’s flown by over 297 cities and is in 3rd place with #2 Cleveland in our sights
Fargo’s Super team assembled and is cranking fast past the competition.  Great work and great news Mr. Fantastic (aka Pete Trelstad) Wonder Woman Susie Ekberg Risher Superman Jack Sunday Green Lantern John Jorgensen and all you Fargo Superheroes!  Watch out #1 Rochester New York,  here comes Fargo!!
You can help by going to this link and simply entering your Fargo area zip code: http://bcycle.com/whowantsitmore.aspx

Wonder Woman a.k.a Susie Ekberg Risher


Mr. Fantastic a.k.a Pete Trelstad


 

Green Lantern a.k.a John Jorgensen

Superman a.k.a Jack Sunday


Keep on clicking you bicyclists! Fargo’s B-Cycle bike share interest ranking has just pedaled and clicked into 3rd place!!  Our goal was to pass Las Vegas (Currently #10) to be in the top 10 by the 4th of July, and we’ve done that early this afternoon, now we have #2 Cleveland in our sights.  Then watch out #1 Rochester New York, Fargo’s catching up!
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
I’ve invited B-Cycle to have them send their ride share system demonstration team to Fargo but they have a ton of requests and haven’t committed yet.  It would be great if they could come over the upcoming Street Fair.
They’ve been invited, now it’s up to us to prove we enough interest for bike share.
Many of the comments at Fargo’s public outreach and input at the GO2030 townhall mindmixer online and opening session are centered around a more active community with more walking, biking, and transit opportunities.  This might be a good fit?

Denver was the first site for this private, non-profit, bike sharing program.  Now Minneapolis has the most bikes and stations in the country.  Other cities with four seasons such as Madison Wisconsin, and Des Moines, Iowa also have the bike share system in place.  The do shut down in the winter, even in Denver.
The stations are solar powered and use a membership card system to access a bike.  It’s not meant as a bike rental system, it’s programmed to help folks get from place to place and dock it when you arrive.

 

How B-cycle Works

Follow these easy steps

Sign In

Sign up online or purchase a 24-hour membership at a B-station.

Select

Choose a bike from any B-station.

Ride

Grab your bike and go.

Return

Park your B-cycle at any B-station

 
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
Fargo moved up from last to 114th yesterday and up to 53rd in the nation in just 2 days! Watch out Las Vegas we’re working to knock you out of the top 10 by the end of the week!

 

 
 

Fargo blasts past New Orleans and Houston into 3rd place in the nationwide B-Cycle race

Super team Assemble!! Fargo’s blasted into 3rd place up from 6th last night in the nationwide B-Cycle bike ride share interest race in 3 days!! Great work and great news Mr. Fantastic (aka Pete Trelstad) Wonder Woman Susie Ekberg Risher Superman Jack Sunday Green Lantern John Jorgensen and all you Fargo Superheroes!  Watch out #1 Rochester New York,  here comes Fargo!!
You can help by going to this link and simply entering your Fargo area zip code: http://bcycle.com/whowantsitmore.aspx

Keep on clicking you bicyclists! Fargo’s B-Cycle bike share interest ranking has just pedaled and clicked into 3rd place!!  Our goal was to pass Las Vegas (Currently #10) to be in the top 10 by the 4th of July, and we’ve done that early this afternoon, now we have #2 Cleveland in our sights.  Then watch out #1 Rochester New York, Fargo’s catching up!
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
I’ve invited B-Cycle to have them send their ride share system demonstration team to Fargo but they have a ton of requests and haven’t committed yet.  It would be great if they could come over the upcoming Street Fair.
They’ve been invited, now it’s up to us to prove we enough interest for bike share.
Many of the comments at Fargo’s public outreach and input at the GO2030 townhall mindmixer online and opening session are centered around a more active community with more walking, biking, and transit opportunities.  This might be a good fit?

Denver was the first site for this private, non-profit, bike sharing program.  Now Minneapolis has the most bikes and stations in the country.  Other cities with four seasons such as Madison Wisconsin, and Des Moines, Iowa also have the bike share system in place.  The do shut down in the winter, even in Denver.
The stations are solar powered and use a membership card system to access a bike.  It’s not meant as a bike rental system, it’s programmed to help folks get from place to place and dock it when you arrive.

 

How B-cycle Works

Follow these easy steps

Sign In

Sign up online or purchase a 24-hour membership at a B-station.

Select

Choose a bike from any B-station.

Ride

Grab your bike and go.

Return

Park your B-cycle at any B-station

 
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
Fargo moved up from last to 114th yesterday and up to 53rd in the nation in just 2 days! Watch out Las Vegas we’re working to knock you out of the top 10 by the end of the week!

 

 

 

Fargo's now in 6th place, blowing by Vegas, Helena, and Billings in the B-Cycle national race

Fargo’s rocking the B-Cycle race, we’re now in 6th place passing 294 cities in less than 3 days!   We have Wonder Woman (Susie Ekberg Risher) Superman (Jack Sunday), and Green Lantern (John Jorgensen) Mr. Fantastic (Pete Trelstad) and other Fargo Superheroes on our side.  Eat your heart out Vegas, Billings, and Helena. Fargo’s going to pass you Houston, Houston, Houston..
Keep on clicking you bicyclists! Fargo’s B-Cycle bike share interest ranking has just pedaled and clicked into 6th place!!  Our goal was to pass Las Vegas (Currently #10) to be in the top 10 by the 4th of July, and we’ve done that early this afternoon, now we have #5 Houston in our sights.
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
 
I’ve invited B-Cycle to have them send their ride share system demonstration team to Fargo but they have a ton of requests and haven’t committed yet.  It would be great if they could come over the upcoming Street Fair.
They’ve been invited, now it’s up to us to prove we enough interest for bike share.
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
 

Many of the comments at Fargo’s public outreach and input at the GO2030 townhall mindmixer online and opening session are centered around a more active community with more walking, biking, and transit opportunities.  This might be a good fit?
Denver was the first site for this private, non-profit, bike sharing program.  Now Minneapolis has the most bikes and stations in the country.  Other cities with four seasons such as Madison Wisconsin, and Des Moines, Iowa also have the bike share system in place.  The do shut down in the winter, even in Denver.
The stations are solar powered and use a membership card system to access a bike.  It’s not meant as a bike rental system, it’s programmed to help folks get from place to place and dock it when you arrive.

 

How B-cycle Works

Follow these easy steps

Sign In

Sign up online or purchase a 24-hour membership at a B-station.

Select

Choose a bike from any B-station.

Ride

Grab your bike and go.

Return

Park your B-cycle at any B-station

 
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
Fargo moved up from last to 114th yesterday and up to 53rd in the nation in just 2 days! Watch out Las Vegas we’re working to knock you out of the top 10 by the end of the week!

 

 

Fargo pedaled by Columbia and Madison into 14th place for bike share interest

Keep on clicking you bicyclists! Fargo’s B-Cycle bike share interest ranking has just blew by Columbia and Madison and we’re now in #14th place nationwide.  Watch out #10 Vegas,  you’re in our sights! Fargo’s blown by 286 cities from the back of the pack #300 just 3 days ago!
Our goal is to pass Las Vegas (Currently #10) to be in the top 10 by the 4th of July.  I’ve invited B-Cycle to have them send their ride share system demonstration team to Fargo but they have a ton of requests and haven’t committed yet.  It would be great if they could come over the upcoming Street Fair.
They’ve been invited, now it’s up to us to prove Fargoans have enough interest for them to demonstrate the B-Cycle bike share here.
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
 

Many of the comments at Fargo’s public outreach and input at the GO2030 townhall mindmixer online and opening session are centered around a more active community with more walking, biking, and transit opportunities.  This might be a good fit?
Denver was the first site for this private, non-profit, bike sharing program.  Now Minneapolis has the most bikes and stations in the country.  Other cities with four seasons such as Madison Wisconsin, and Des Moines, Iowa also have the bike share system in place.  The do shut down in the winter, even in Denver.
The stations are solar powered and use a membership card system to access a bike.  It’s not meant as a bike rental system, it’s programmed to help folks get from place to place and dock it when you arrive.

 

How B-cycle Works

Follow these easy steps

Sign In

Sign up online or purchase a 24-hour membership at a B-station.

Select

Choose a bike from any B-station.

Ride

Grab your bike and go.

Return

Park your B-cycle at any B-station

 
Keep putting in your zip code and spreading the word if you’d like to see B-Cycle bike share program in our area.
Visit the B-Cycle bike ride share site and enter your zip code here
Fargo moved up from last to 114th yesterday and up to 53rd in the nation in just 2 days! Watch out Las Vegas we’re working to knock you out of the top 10 by the end of the week!