Denver B-Cycle Program
Denver B-cycle is the nation’s first large-scale, citywide bicycle sharing program. Designed to help Denver residents and visitors increase their daily activity, save money, and reduce carbon emissions, Denver B-cycle offers the first U.S. public bike sharing system as an alternative to using cars for short commutes and errands. Denver B-cyle was made possible by a $450,000 community benefit grant from Kaiser Permanente Colorado. As the program's Founding Funder, Kaiser Permanente will also provide in-kind support, expertise and resources for research and evaluation.