The first large bicycle sharing program was born on the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, April 22, 2010, in Denver, Colorado. The program, “B-Cycle,” is the third such program in North America, behind Montreal in 2009 and Mexico City in 2010. The system of sharing bikes is widely used throughout Europe and Asia. There are 51 “B-stations” throughout Denver where you can rent bikes for various time frames and memberships are also available.
The first generation of a new wave of bike share programs started in the United States in 1995. There is some history of several programs at the link below. Prior to this there were a variety of very small scale and ofter quite informal localized bike share programs that came and went, often on college campuses.
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