Staff 1-15, 2016
Cheyenne Downtown Development Authority is going to try out a bike share program this year. Amy Surdam, Executive Director of the DDA, says the pilot program will run from April 1 to October 31. She says the cost to the DDA will be $5,000, most of which is for bike racks at the seven locations around downtown Cheyenne.
The program will start with 35 bikes, located at the depot, the capitol, Laramie County Library, Freedom’s Edge Brewery, Holliday Park, Lions Park and the Comea Shelter. Anyone who wants to use a bike to get from one station to another may do so.
Surdam says Rock On Wheels is donating a lot of time and resources to refurbish donated bikes for the program.