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Spartanburg's Bike Share Program Now Linked To Other Locations

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. -

Annual members of B-cycle, Spartanburg's bike-sharing program, can now check out a bike at any B-cycle location across the country.

To rent a bike from a B-cycle location in another city you need to have both your B-card and the credit card that is linked to the account.  Annual members of B-cycle, Spartanburg's bike-sharing programs, can now checkout a bike at any B-cycle location across the country.  Simply visit a kiosk in the new city and select "No" on the screen which asks if you would like to purchase 24-hour Access and then swipe your credit card associated with your account.  After that first visit you can simply use your B-card throughout that city.

Anne Piacentino, Active Lifestyles Coordinator for Partners for Active Living, says that "we have seen such a great response with our system and are really looking forward to sharing Spartanburg and B-cycle with visiting members."

In under two years more than 4000 trips have been taken on Spartanburg's B-cycles.

B-cycle has more than a dozen bike-share programs throughout the country including locations in Nashville and Charlotte.

Annual memberships are $30 and a student discount is available.  They can be purchased at www.bcycle.com.

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