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Seriously fellow JC residents please do not waste $145 each and EVERY year (and bound to go up too!) for a clunky Citi Bike (which you can only utilize for 45 minutes before incurring and additional $2.50 surcharge each additional 30 minutes) when you can restriction free, effortless zip around town and beyond going EXACTLY where you want on a stylish brand new City Glide scooter! For a mere fraction of the price these fun fantastic scooters will at the very minimum will half your travel time vs walking! From personal experience let me tell you that these extremely light weight/portable scooters are undoubtedly the best way to get around town. Get to and from the PATH station in no time and then easily fold up the scooter for the train ride to/from work. Great for kids over 8 too these stylish scooters have a solid low weight aluminum frame (10 lbs) telescoping handle bars, an easy folding mechanism, fast over sized 210 mm high speed wheels and an over sized foot break. If interested 'd be happy to give you a test ride so you can see for yourself how simple & fun they are to ride so feel free to contact me via post in the classified ad section below the forum posts for additional information!


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Seriously fellow JC residents please do not waste $145 each and EVERY year (and bound to go up too!) for a clunky Citi Bike (which you can only utilize for 45 minutes before incurring and additional $2.50 surcharge each additional 30 minutes) when you can effortless zip around town and beyond going EXACTLY where you want on a stylish brand new City Glide scooter! For a mere fraction of the price these fun fantastic scooters will at the very minimum will half your travel time vs walking! From personal experience let me tell you that these extremely light weight/portable scooters are undoubtedly the best way to get around town. Get to and from the PATH station in no time and then easily fold up the scooter for the train ride to/from work. Great for kids over 8 too these stylish scooters have a solid low weight aluminum frame (10 lbs) telescoping handle bars, an easy folding mechanism, fast over sized 210 mm high speed wheels and an over sized foot break. If interested 'd be happy to give you a test ride so you can see for yourself how simple & fun they are to ride so feel free to contact me via post in the classified ad section below the forum posts for additional information!
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Seriously fellow JC residents please do not waste $145 each and EVERY year (and bound to go up too!) for a clunky Citi Bike (which you can only utilize for 45 minutes before incurring and additional $2.50 surcharge each additional 30 minutes) when you can restriction free, effortless zip around town and beyond going EXACTLY where you want on a stylish brand new City Glide scooter! For a mere fraction of the price these fun fantastic scooters will at the very minimum will half your travel time vs walking! From personal experience let me tell you that these extremely light weight/portable scooters are undoubtedly the best way to get around town. Get to and from the PATH station in no time and then easily fold up the scooter for the train ride to/from work. Great for kids over 8 too these stylish scooters have a solid low weight aluminum frame (10 lbs) telescoping handle bars, an easy folding mechanism, fast over sized 210 mm high speed wheels and an over sized foot break. If interested 'd be happy to give you a test ride so you can see for yourself how simple & fun they are to ride so feel free to contact me via post in the classified ad section below the forum posts for additional information!

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Jersey City unveils locations of 15 new Citi Bike stations

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
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on July 20, 2016 at 12:54 PM, updated July 20, 2016 at 1:32 PM

Mary Ford loves Citi Bike Jersey City, but barely uses the bike-share station closest to her home.

Ford, 57, who lives on Garfield Avenue, would have to walk to Bayside Park to grab one of the Citi Bike bicycles stationed there and use it to get to the Downtown financial services company where she works.

Jersey City Citi Bike expansion 7-20-16-resized.jpg

Read more:  http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _citi_bike_locations.html


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Do you write for a major publication terrencemcd ? I am familiar with Bicycle Times and Momentum Magazine.


I'm the City Hall reporter for the Jersey Journal

Thanks, I should have figured it out by the e-mail address.

Posted on: 2016/3/12 17:43
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Do you write for a major publication terrencemcd ? I am familiar with Bicycle Times and Momentum Magazine.


I'm the City Hall reporter for the Jersey Journal

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Do you write for a major publication terrencemcd ? I am familiar with Bicycle Times and Momentum Magazine.

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I'm assuming you won't mind if I put this on Bike JC's Facebook too?


Don't mind at all, that'd be great. Thanks!

Posted on: 2016/3/11 14:27
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Hi, JC List, I'm writing a story about Citi Bike and I'm looking for anyone who uses Citi Bike and lives outside of Downtown — even if you're a casual user. Please call me 201-273-0492 or email me tmcdonald@jjournal.com. Thanks!


I'm assuming you won't mind if I put this on Bike JC's Facebook too?

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Hi, JC List, I'm writing a story about Citi Bike and I'm looking for anyone who uses Citi Bike and lives outside of Downtown — even if you're a casual user. Please call me 201-273-0492 or email me tmcdonald@jjournal.com. Thanks!

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