The only real drawback has been stations that are full or empty at busy times. Those who’ve been using CaBi but getting “dockblocked” may want to consider buying a bike that’s similar to CaBi cycles.
I’m considering this very decision right now. While I owned a bike, I rode very infrequently until CaBi came along. Now, I’m investigating what bike to buy that’s a lot like a CaBi, if perhaps a bit lighter.
There are many reasons someone might not ride in DC besides a lack of interest:
[Continue reading David Alpert’s post at Greater Greater Washington.]
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