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Capital Bikeshare’s signature red bikes have become a visible presence in Washington DC. Tourists can rejoice that the National Park Service recently allowed Bikeshare stations to be opened on the Mall. Go ahead, explore Washington on two wheels. Locally, the red bikes plus added bike lanes make commuting by bicycle a much more viable option. Yet the city might not even be able to keep pace with the growth in bicycle ridership. Here are some tips so you don’t get in any bicycle collisons.
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The fast-growing bike-sharing network is still mostly used by the young, white and well educated.
A hundred bikes have been stolen since the program launched in 2010. All but 16 have been recovered.
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Capital Bikeshare says a problem with supplies has left it with no more member keys.
Other D.C. cyclists may be decked out in head-to-toe spandex. “But I’m whizzing by them in a skirt and heels,” Amber Wason brags. And she’s not even breaking a sweat.
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