The Trek-developed bike sharing system known as B-cycle will come with a whole range of goodies including GPS route tracking, where it will be introduced in Denver first. To get a better idea on how it works, B-cycle stations are located all over Denver. You will first need to sign up for an account though, where you can then grab a bike from any of the mentioned stations, and once done, can drop it off at the destination station. The internal GPS unit will track where you’ve gone, where you can also review such data online when signed in. It costs $5 daily and $65 annually to be part of the B-cycle system, exclusing hourly usage fees. Looks like a great way to help keep the earth green, don’t you think so?
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