Friday, November 21, 2008

Found on Twitter

My Google Alerts didn't pick this up but Freewheelin was mentioned in an article in the Huffington Post.

And that means a handful of other U.S. cities will be playing catch-up in the next year to roll out their own programs. Denver and Minneapolis-St. Paul have a one-up on other cities such as San Francisco, as Freewheelin' implemented temporary bike sharing in both those cities as a highlight of the Democratic and Republican national conventions this year. Freewheelin' also installed a small-scale bike sharing in Louisville, KY for the Ideafest convention.

Awesome. Thanks Grant Hill.

The full article can be found here:

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