And the dockless bike share program only launched here in May.
When I wrote that my city was getting several “dockless” bike share operators, I wondered out loud how well they’d do in a city with a relatively nascent bike culture, and a definite lack of infrastructure. That question was reenforced when I took one of these bikes for a spin—it was a lot of fun to ride, and I could see myself occasionally using it, but as a bike owner and city dweller I was unlikely to be a regular rider.
So who is the audience for these schemes?
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