Bike LNK installs first kiosks

LINCOLN, (Neb.) Lincoln’s Bike LNK system is one step closer to having 100 bikes available for people to ride around the city. On Wednesday, Bike LNK installed its first two bike kiosks on Nebraska’s campus. One kiosk is over by the Rec Center and the other is just outside the Dairy Store. City Manager of Bike LNK, Jamie Granquist says in the end they will have 19 kiosks across the city, including five on campus. “It's been a long process and we're finally reaching the stage where we can make it public and get people on bikes, which is exactly what we want to do, and we're super excited to be here in Lincoln. Lots of communities have systems like that and they're a great resource for the community,” said Granquist

These bikes will be available starting April 6th and can be used 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Passes range from $3 for 30 minute quick trip to $80 for an annual membership.