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How to Try It:Buy a 24-hour pass for $8 with a credit card at any station kiosk. Take a bike. Mind the usage fees: The first half-hour is free, the second half-hour is $2, and every 30 minutes thereafter costs $4. Use the attached map to return the bike at any station with an open dock. Check out another one if you wish—there’s no lockout period.How to Commit:Buy an annual membership for $80 online at pacersbikeshare.com. Put a credit card on file for any usage fees (see above). Use your membership card at a dock—not a kiosk—to check out a bike.Either Way:Download the B-cycle app to find available bikes and docks. And BYO helmet.
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This article appeared in our June 2014 issue.
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