We asked for them; you can’t get enough of them. Photos!
We at BB couldn’t make the
Burque Bike Share 2.0 roll-out shindig Thursday due to the crushing burden of employment. Thus, we sent out an all-call for snaps from the event. A loyal reader came to our rescue and here’s what it looked like:
The cycling community shows up for the festivities. We’re good that way.
You can’t have a Roll-Out Shindig without a ribbon. I prefer the hugely over-sized ceremonial scissors method of presentation because they always remind me of “The Big Lebowski” dream sequence.
This should definitely be the cover of any ABQ bike share publication. The blend of fun, irony and more fun here makes one want to get to a PACE station ASAP.
And here’s a station filled with them! Saw a station next to the ABQ Museum last night, but was going to this concert and felt leaving my wife there to go for a ride unwise. I thought about it, though.
Someday BB will have a “What Should We Do With Civic Plaza?” Discussion. I feel certain bulldozers will be brought up in our solutions.
Ah! A filled bike share station gets our mind off Civic Plaza and back to the Reason for the Roll-out Shindig Season. Hope to see you, me and, perhaps most importantly, many, many tourists riding these babies in coming months. I did hear a first report on how they ride: “Nice and Smooth” was the verdict. “Nothing like a new bike…”
If you like what you see, it’s only a
$1 for 30 minutes (and the first ride is free). I don’t see any membership pricing, and, as an utter cheapskate, I do so very much like deeply discounted weekly/monthly rates. If such pricing exists, just drop BB a line.