Bike-sharing programs have been all the rage in recent years. The Vélib’ program in Paris was by many accounts the program that got the massive trend rolling. Now, it has started P’tit Vélib’, a bike-sharing program for the kiddies.
To start things off, the bikes will be available in 5 locations around the city. More will roll out by the end of summer. Various kid-bike sizes will be available, including bikes with training wheels.
ELSEWHERE: P’tit Vélib’ — bike-sharing program for kids launches in Paris
July 7, 2014 by
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