Toronto is getting free bike rides in July.
Bike Share Toronto announced that on Wednesdays next month, it will be offering free rides to cycling commuters in the city.
The bike sharing program has grown in popularity over the past year. Last week, Bike Share Toronto said they had a record day of 6297 rides, putting them over 400,000 rides so far in 2017.
With their increasing popularity, they are offering free rides for new users and regulars alike from one of their 200 bike share stations.
Mayor John Tory announces Free Ride Wednesdays! 🚲 Get a free 1-day pass each Wednesday in July! 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/AHwujXFuds
— Bike Share Toronto (@bikeshareTO) June 23, 2017
Free rides are for up to 30 minutes, after which regular charges will apply.
Get ridin’, Toronto.
— Sylvia (@sslaugh) June 21, 2017