Dayton to ‘Link’ local bicycles for rent

Link Dayton. (Photo/Link Dayton Bike Share)
Link Dayton bike share program (WDTN Photo)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Dayton’s upcoming bike sharing program now has a name.

Link will connect the city by 24 bike stations available this May.

It will be the 31st bike share system in the country. Users will be able to rent a bike and take it on excursions around town.

You’ll be able to purchase a 24-hour membership for $5.00 or you can buy a $65.00 annual membership.

“The City of Dayton continues to support programs that make us a more bike-friendly community. We are committed to efforts that create vibrancy, and this initiative is a great of example of what we can do when we work together with our partners,” said Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley. “I am so excited to be the first Link member and look forward to being part of the inaugural ride in May.”

Visit Link Dayton Bike Share on line for more.

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