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Spinway selects SandVault proven technology with helmet solution!

Spinway has selected SandVault Group Global Solutions as their partner for rolling out a public bike share systems for the public transportation and tourism markets across Australia. Public Bike Shares are the fastest growing form of urban transportation. Since the first systems were launched in 2005, more than 270 cities globally have adopted “PBS” systems. […]

Golden and Sandvault launch first bike share in BC

In May 2011, the town of Golden and Sandvault Group Global Solutions launched their full season of the first ever public bike share in British Columbia. The Golden Community Bike Share (GCBS) has three goals: to promote active transportation and a healthy life style, to reduce green house gas emissions from the use of cars […]


Online PR News – 02-April-2011 –DECOBIKE, LLC announced today a contract with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines to be the first global brand to partner with the new DECOBIKE bicycle sharing program in Miami Beach & the world-famous South Beach District. The details of this program include placing KLM branding on these new custom-built bikes to associate […]

Community Bike Program to to start this spring

The Town of Golden and its partners are proud to announce that the Golden Community Bike Share will begin this spring. The goals of the program are to promote Active Transportation and a healthy life style, reduce green house gas emissions from the use of cars and reduce bike theft. – See more at: 

Big Companies Bringing Bike-Share to Small Cities

As metropolises like New York and Philadelphia consider the benefits of bike sharing, and with Washington DC already off and riding, smaller cities are getting in on the action as well, often through the initiative of major local employers.  Please Click to Go to Original Media


As omnipotent blogs WashCycle and RPUS point out from an article in Tulsa World, a new bike-sharing program is soon to be underway in Tulsa, OK, with the launch of “Tulsa Townies”. This program will have 75 bikes located amongst 4 stations. Please Click to Go to Original Media