DENVER — Denver’s bike sharing program B-cycle will begin winter hours Monday.
This winter is the first time the program will be open to riders. In the past the red bikes were stored away until Spring.
The bikes are now available between 6:30 a.m. and 9:30 p.m.
The bikes will be available on snowy days, but the program may decide to shut down stations in the weather gets too severe.
“B-cycle will be following the City of Denver’s cues concerning delayed starts and closures,” the program said in an email.
If snow blocks a station, you can call 303-825-3325 for help.
The program opened 29 new stations when it restarted in the spring. There are now 82 bike stations scattered across Denver with about 700 bicycles.