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CoGo Bike Share Launches Today

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The much-anticipated CoGo Bike Share system officially launched today, as the first 30 stations have been loaded up with 300 bikes that are ready for their first riders. Users of the system can sign up for $6 day passes or $75 annual memberships, which provides access to unlimited 30 minute rides. Additional fees apply to bikes checked out longer for 30 minutes.

“We’re really excited to finally be set up in Columbus,” said CoGo Marketing Coordinator Frankie Cropper. “We’re eager to see how the program takes off today and to be a part of the growing bike movement in Columbus in general.”

City and civic leaders kicked off the program two weeks ago with a launch event in Bicentennial Park. CLICK HERE to view photos from the launch.

More information about CoGo can be found at www.cogobikeshare.com.

For ongoing discussion on CoGo, CLICK HERE to visit our messageboard.

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