BOULDER, Colorado — The official Boulder B-cycle launch is still more than three months away, but that hasn’t stopped the world from taking notice. The new program has received a ton of positive media attention from both local and national outlets. Here’s a round-up of recent Boulder B-cycle press clippings:

The Boulder Daily Camera newspaper trumpets the impending launch, noting that “eventually it could grow to 1,500 bikes that could dock at 150 stations across town.”

The Boulder Weekly takes notice of Boulder B-cycle, claiming the program will, “create a bike-share program that gets people out of their cars and on the seat of a bike.” writes, “America’s burgeoning bike sharing revolution will gain another ally this spring.” notes that, “the Boulder launch follows successful bike sharing programs in Denver, Minneapolis, Des Moines, Chicago, San Antonio and Washington D.C.”

5280 Magazine says, “Bicycle-sharing programs like Denver’s B-Cycle are becoming more popular by the day.”

Bicycle Retailer and Industry News reported that the, “B-cycle system in Boulder recently got a financial infusion from Google, which donated $25,000 to get it off the ground.”

The Blue Line noted that Boulder B-cycle, “does not want to compete with bicycle rental shops in Boulder.”

Denver Westword says, “With the success of Denver’s B-cycle program, it was only a matter of time until Boulder, our pedalicous neighbor to the north, would be clamoring, “Me too! Me too!’” says take a close look at the B-cycle bikes and, “you’ll discover a carefully crafted machine that includes a bevy of thoughtful and unique design features.”

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