Bike fleets

Bike Share Programs for People, Planet and Profit: sustainability at its best

Have you noticed the words “sustainable” and “sustainability” everywhere? They’ve made their way into popular culture—in magazines, on billboards and well, toilet paper packaging. But what do they mean and why should we care?

Facebook: a bike share program worth liking

Status update: Facebook has an amazing bike program. While the high-tech giant has had a dedicated group of cyclists since its early days, the company didn’t have much of a bike share program ­– until this past year.

Campus Bikes: Become a Bike Friendly University

Stanford and UC-Davis are known for their bike-friendly campuses. Is that just because they’re in Northern California, where cycling year-round is do-able?

Bike share programs momentum: where will it take us?

When people hear that I’m a bicycle consultant, the first thing they tell me is about their trip to Paris, exploring the entire city on a Vélib bike or about how they used Capital Bikeshare to get to a meeting in DC. It’s rare to meet someone today who has not heard of, seen, or used bike sharing.

Williams-Sonoma Bike Fleet: the perfect tool for the job

I’m not much of a cook, but I marvel every time I set foot into a Williams-Sonoma store.

Mozilla’s bike share program: momentum to their mission

Promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Internet. That’s Mozilla’s mission.

How the world’s coolest companies win using bike fleets

In recent years, hundreds of cities worldwide have rolled out bike share programs, putting bikes where people need them for short, fast trips.