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(Almost) Free Bikes For (Almost) Two Months

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Bike lion bike

Remember that time you signed up for to bike around the city for free? Well here comes that time of the year again! Ecoreps’ Bike Share has worked hard to provide you with the opportunity to get your asses of your chair and on a bike saddle instead. You could ride it anywhere and everywhere during the day: from Columbia Gates’ all the way down to Brooklyn, and even further (or to Westside if you feel less adventurous)!

All you need to do is fill out this google form by February 23rd at midnight.

You can also can get more information here. Bike away!

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  • there's a columbia bike share? says:

    @there's a columbia bike share? this is so cool! thanks.

  • GS '14 says:

    @GS '14 Let GS students sign up!!! Many of us live off-campus. This would make life infinitely better.

  • JJ11 4 lyfe says:

    @JJ11 4 lyfe haha yo gettin fit gettin lite thats what i always say shit’s wilin out 4 real 4 ever


  • JJ11 4 lyfe says:

    @JJ11 4 lyfe I want to ride my bicycle i want 2 ride my biiiike- Queen

    man them dudes was crazy cool they music was dope too i could vibe

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