I suppose by now, you see that I like reading about what other cities are doing to become more bike friendly.
Here's the latest http://www.grist.org/article/2010-04-22-hey-look-denver-has-a-bike-sharing-program
The Denver program is comparable to the bike-sharing networks in Paris and Montreal, and it'll be followed soon by similar programs in Boston and Minneapolis. And remember a while bike, I shared with you about Mexico City. They are launching a 1,114 bike sharing program.
Come on Tennessee - we can do this too.
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