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If you love the wind in your hair and enjoy not having to look for a parking space, consider exploring by bike on your next getaway. Many cities near where Hilton Grand Vacations properties are located have bike-share programs. Rent a bike for a day or just for a couple hours. With bike-share racks situated near popular attractions in each of these cities, it’s easy to get to and from where you want to go on two wheels.
Check out these bike-share programs next time you’re exploring New York City, Washington, D.C., Denver or Honolulu.
Plug your address into the website’s map to find a rack near you. With more than 6,000 bikes in Manhattan, there’s sure to be a set of wheels not far from you. Citi Bike is open 24 hours a day, year-round.
Located just one block away from The District by Hilton Club is one of more than 350 bike racks available to travelers and locals alike through Capital Bikeshare. Hop in the saddle and ride to the National Mall to see museums, monuments and more. Bikeshare operates 24 hours a day, year-round.
B-cycle offers Denver travelers an easy way to get around from 5 a.m. to midnight. With more than 700 bikes in 10 of Denver’s central neighborhoods, B-cycle is a fun way to explore the Centennial State’s capital city.
In the Honolulu area, Bikeshare Hawaii is in the process of launching with 150 stations from which you can collect a bike for sightseeing, errands, or just a fun ride along the beach. To use the bikeshare, travelers will be able to use their credit cards for a one time ride, or purchase a membership.
*Photo of Capital Bikeshare bike in Washington, D.C. by DDOT DC, Flickr.
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