Nice Ride Minnesota
We have been having an incredible spring with so many opportunities to get outside and enjoy the weather. Minnesota’s bike share program — Nice Ride — continues to expand, offering up a chance for anyone to hit the many miles of trails our state has.
Nice Ride bikes are returning to the racks along Twin Cities streets Wednesday. The green bikes are appearing ahead of schedule with the warmer weather Minnesota has seen this past month.
Nice Ride bikes will make their spring debut on city streets Saturday, and riders can now keep them for twice as long. According to Nice Ride Minnesota officials, riders with 1-Year and Pay-As-You-Go memberships will enjoy 60 minutes of free time on every trip if they sign up online. The previous time limit was 30 minutes.
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Get ready to see more green. Nice Ride Minnesota is expanding with 24 more stations in the Twin Cities. The bike share system announced its expansion efforts on Tuesday, which brings the total up to 170 stations and 1,550 bright green bikes.
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Nice Ride Minnesota is celebrating its fourth season back with a unique ice sculpture in downtown Minneapolis.
The popular Nice Ride bicycle kiosks will soon make an expansion and be made available to parts of St. Paul.
Nice Ride Minnesota is moving forward with its plan to expand.
Our metro area is well-known for its extensive system of scenic bike trails – perhaps the largest in the country. I haven’t ridden all of them yet, but here are my favorites so far.
The inaugural season of Nice Ride Minnesota is coming to an end.
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