Boulder kicks off new Bike Rack Program

From the Daily Camera

The city of Boulder, along with its partner Community Cycles, has launched a pilot program to offer subsidized bike racks for Boulder businesses Thursday.

According to Community Cycles advocacy director Sue Prant, the program has 64 racks available for businesses with no bike racks, racks in poor quality, racks in a bad location or not enough racks to meet the demand.

The racks will be given on a first come, first served basis based on need. Interested businesses are encouraged to apply online at communitycycles.org. The program will provide qualifying businesses in need of bike parking with up to five new racks at $50 each.

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