A new Bike Share ICT program offers meeting attendees another way to explore Wichita or to get from point A to point B. The bike-sharing program brings 100 bicycles to 19 stations in downtown Wichita.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas and the Knight Foundation (through the Wichita Community Foundation) is funding the program. By using Zagster, a city bike provider, riders are able to find bicycle stations and cruisers at the touch of a finger, through the Bike Share ICT app.
The cruiser bicycles come with a lock and other safety features. Bike Share ICT offers memberships or $3 hourly rates for riders 18 and older. Click here to read more about Wichita’s new bike-sharing program.