DENVER - Denver's bike sharing program, B-cycle, will remain open this winter with reduced hours.
"We have grown to the point where riders depend on the bikes as part of their daily transportation needs," said interim executive director Nick Bohnenkamp. "Whether you need a B-cycle for regular recreation, commuting or the occasional trip or errand, the B-cycle option needs to remain available."
B-cycle said it added 29 new stations this year, bringing the total to 82 stations with more than 700 bicycles.
The stations operate from 5 a.m. to midnight, but beginning Dec. 2, hours will be 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Regular hours will resume in mid-March.
Users buy daily, monthly or annual passes to rent the bikes.
Learn more: http://denver.bcycle.com/