Bike-Share

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A new bike-share program has launched in Manchester, making it yet another city, alongside Portsmouth, Hanover, and Laconia, to offer bike rentals at various locations around the city. And infrastructure modifications, including complete streets, which allow safe use for drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians, are popping up all over the state. Still, many cyclists, and drivers, do not understand how to co-exists on our roads. We'll look at the latest in road safety, bike sharing, and cyclist/pedestrian-friendly infrastructure. 


Jason Moon for NHPR

A new bike-share program launches Monday in Manchester. Bikes are available at six stations across the city and cost two-dollars an hour to ride.

Monthly and yearly memberships are also available at discounted rates.

Mayor Ted Gatsas will participate in the program's inaugural ride as part of an official kick-off event downtown with live music and a demo on how to use the bikes.