Explore Central Park at your own pace by renting a bike that includes both helmet and lock. Choose between hybrid or mountain bikes, kids’ bikes and tandems – we offer pickup/dropoff locations all around town! Williamsburg offers an exciting ride […]
Explore Central Park at your own pace by renting a bike that includes both helmet and lock. Choose between hybrid or mountain bikes, kids’ bikes and tandems – we offer pickup/dropoff locations all around town!
Williamsburg offers an exciting ride for visitors looking to discover its vibrant neighborhoods, with top-of-the-line electric bikes. Rent by the hour or day, creating your tour itinerary on the fly!
Bike & Roll
Bike and Roll offers a large selection of quality bikes available by the hour or day for rent, such as city and comfort bikes, electric bikes, kids bikes and family tandems. In addition, Bike and Roll also offers guided bike tours and Segway Tours of Chicago’s top attractions like Millennium Park, Navy Pier Lincoln Park Museum Campus etc.
Bike & Roll to School Week (BR2SW) encourages citywide student to travel independently to school – whether by bicycle, scooter, skateboard, or simply walking – during this annual event. BR2SW serves both as an avenue to increase physical activity while simultaneously alleviating traffic congestion at schools and neighborhoods.
At events, community members, school staff and administrators, transportation and public health experts come together to enhance safety while encouraging active lifestyles among families. This page offers downloadable materials to aid local event organizers as they transform walk-to-school and bike-to-school events into ongoing activities.
JCDecaux, the French transport and billboard advertising giant, operates Velib, an innovative public bike sharing system in Paris under a 10-year contract. Popular among residents and visitors alike, there are currently 20,000 bikes available at some 800 stations for users to utilize as transportation in this dynamic city.
There are two “one-off” passes that anyone can use, as well as three “subscription” packages available to residents or long-term visitors. After initial subscription costs have been paid for, users pay incremental charges depending on how long their bike has been out; half hour is free, with each additional half hour costing 1EUR.
Velib Metropole created its Comite des Usagers (Users Committee) in March 2018 in order to give users a voice, representing different user profiles and territories served by Velib. This body meets once every trimester and also comprises representatives of major cyclist associations present within Paris’ metropolitan area.
Liberty Cycles is a high-end bicycle specialty store in downtown St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. Established in 1992 and located within an iconic heritage building on Bond Street, the store provides bicycles, related products and services to urban, road, mountain bike customers. Their most iconic offering is their 131 cubic inch engine plated with copper preserved from the centennial restoration of Statue of Liberty National Monument – this popular product has attracted customers both urban and mountain cycling customers since 1992.
Cordasco left his job trading municipal bonds to open his shop with Ingrid in 1990. They divided ownership equitably; Cordasco concentrated on sales while Ingrid focused on bookkeeping.
Liberty Cycles’ investment in Webchat has produced significant improvements to customer reviews and increased sales as they can better communicate with their customers through this technology. They’ve learned more about who their target market is as they also gain insight into what customers want and need from Liberty’s offerings.
My Bike Heaven
Bicycle Heaven was established by Craig and Mindy Morrow to house thousands of bikes for visitors to inspect in a two-story warehouse, as well as offer rentals and repairs services. It may not be the world’s largest bike museum, but it certainly warrants visiting.
The collection at the museum includes everyday models that have fallen into disuse over time and also one-off bicycles, such as 17 Bowden Spacelanders (fibreglass-frame bicycles from the 1940s-1960s valued at $50,000 each).
Heaven, their own titanium hyperbike, claims to reduce weight while increasing pedaling efficiency with its unique design. For instance, its frame places water bottle bosses in cylindrical sockets so as to run stress-free. Furthermore, its carbon Heaven Master Mast accommodates up to 27.2 seat posts while using low torque fasteners that avoid concentrated pressure points for added comfort.