Andy Mock takes a bike for a ride from the Charlotte B-cycle station at Freedom Park. “These bikes saved me. I used to have to take my bike to work, which was kind of a hassle,” says Mock. He purchased a yearlong membership so he can use the bikes whenever he needs them. Charlotte B-cycle is a bike sharing system with 200 bicycles and 20 stations spread out around Charlotte.
Andy Mock takes a bike for a ride from the Charlotte B-cycle station at Freedom Park. “These bikes saved me. I used to have to take my bike to work, which was kind of a hassle,” says Mock. He purchased a yearlong membership so he can use the bikes whenever he needs them. Charlotte B-cycle is a bike sharing system with 200 bicycles and 20 stations spread out around Charlotte. Morgan McCloy mmccloy@charlotteobserver.com
Andy Mock takes a bike for a ride from the Charlotte B-cycle station at Freedom Park. “These bikes saved me. I used to have to take my bike to work, which was kind of a hassle,” says Mock. He purchased a yearlong membership so he can use the bikes whenever he needs them. Charlotte B-cycle is a bike sharing system with 200 bicycles and 20 stations spread out around Charlotte. Morgan McCloy mmccloy@charlotteobserver.com

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February 15, 2016 4:11 PM

Why Raleigh needs to jump onto bike share program

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