No Helmet? No Problem, Says NYC Bike Share Program

If any of you have ridden a bike in New York City (NYC) you know it can dangerous. Cabs, trucks, buses, pedestrians, other bukers, you name it and they are all blocking the bike lane. So it was very surprising to find out that New York’s month-old Citi Bike program, a citywide bike share program, requires no bike helmets to be worn to renters of the bikes.

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Atlanta Gets A Bike Share Program

Bike share programs are appearing in many major cities across the United States. Atlanta is now looking to Georgia Tech-based startup viaCycle for that cities own bike share program.

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New York Bans Over Weight Riders From Bike Share Program

New York City is trying to lead the way in public health initiatives. Part of this initiative is city wide bike share program. The catch is you can only ride the bike if you are less than 260 pounds.

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