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No, really. Cold-weather biking is fun!

At VeoRide, part of our goal is to help make biking fit more into people’s lives; not just for recreation, but for practical, everyday transportation, too.  This means year-round riding, even in colder climates.  Here are a few pointers Ian, our UX designer (and a...

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A-State Gets a Silver

Major kudos to Arkansas State University, who was just elevated to Silver level Bicycle Friendly University by the League of American Bicyclists. A-State was designated the first-ever Bicycle Friendly University in Arkansas in 2014, and joins an elite...

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University of Arkansas hits a milestone!

The Razorbacks love VeoRide and the convenience offered by having bikes on campus and in the community. On October 10, we hit a big milestone – our 10,000th rider – in less than a month. Jack Malcolm (pictured below) received a VeoRide swag bag, and we...

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Big Things Happening in Illinois

Big things are happening in Illinois! On the heels of the launch of our recent bike share in Urbana-Champaign, VeoRide is circling back to Northern Illinois University and the city of DeKalb to bring another 150 bikes to that market over the next couple...

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Bigger boundaries for KU, Lawrence bike share!

Last month, the Lawrence City Commission approved VeoRide’s expansion of bike share boundaries, essentially making bikes available in several locations throughout Lawrence, beyond the KU campus. The enlarged area (see map below, red indicates township area) includes...

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Nashua embraces VeoRide

Nashua, you had us at hello! We’re just a couple months past the official launch of VeoRide in Nashua, and community members have warmly embraced the bike share concept and welcomed us into the City. We couldn’t be happier to be here! VeoRiders have logged more than...

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