New for 2014: Nice UniRide Minnesota

Share   |  Posted Apr. 1, 2014 by Anthony Ongaro

The spring 2014 announcement you've all been waiting for is finally here. We're changing the Nice Ride system to better serve the Twin Cities community. We're literally halving our entire fleet of bikes to allow for increased ridership in 2014. Introducing: Nice UniRide, the new Unicycle Share System in the Twin Cities. We took all 1,500 of our two-wheeled Nice Ride bikes and cut them in half, producing 3,000 Unicycles for everyone to enjoy. You'll see the new unicycles out on the street late next week - we will be requiring all new and renewing members to sign an incredibly thorough liability form that you'll receive in the next few weeks. 

For those interested, we're partnering with Freewheel Bike Shop to provide unicycle lessons to our members who would like assistance with the transition. We're looking forward to a great season and we'll see you out there!

6 Previous comments:

(1) On April 1, 2014, kristi () said:
Nice. :D
(2) On April 1, 2014, judibenjamin () said:
Love the Minnesota sense of humour. Can't wait to get back there and help cut those bikes in half. Someone's got to do it.
(3) On April 2, 2014, Ron () said:
Senator Ron Paul approves this message. http://i.imgur.com/SAEY0Fo.gif
(4) On April 13, 2014, Mike () said:
APRIL FOOLS!!
(5) On April 15, 2014, christina () said:
Bwahahaha. Only saw the headline for this article early in the month and REALLY thought they were doing unis. I thought, hmmm, didn't realize people liked them that much. But today, I actually read the article. Makes me love NiceRide even more.
(6) On April 29, 2014, Mary Schenk () said:
It's getting old.
Time to take the joke down

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From the FAQ

How long can I take a bike out?

Bike sharing is designed for short trips. Trips over 30 minutes will incur usage fees. You can take a bike out for a maximum of 24 hours. After that time, the bike will be considered lost and a replacement fee will be charged to your credit card.