Gotcha Bike’s new bike share system on The UNCW campus in Wilmington, NC has been making some serious waves on campus, and in the news!! Take a look>>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nyz1mFVnmow
Gotcha Bike is so excited to have the support of Mayor John Tecklenburg and the City of Charleston behind us for our upcoming Charleston Bike Share launch in Charleston, South Carolina.
http://cdn.field59.com/WWAY/1481065510-4f08e542e19747c7ecf557da398436daaf687735_fl9-720p.mp4 WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The new addition to UNCW’s campus, Hawk Wheels Bike Share is growing, and fast. WWAY first told you about the new program last week and now 150 students and faculty members have signed up! The program, created by Alternative Transportation Coordinator Nick Cannon to reduce abandoned bicycles across the university, has four stations and […]
Nearly 150 students and faculty have signed up for the Hawk Wheels Bike Share since its Nov. 21 launch. By: Cammie Bellamy StarNews Staff WILMINGTON — At UNCW, Seahawks now have a free set of wheels to go with their wings. UNCW junior Andrea Jones checks out Hawk Wheels bicycle Monday near Randall Library on […]
Share and share a-bike by Dustin Waters November 22, 2016 Charleston leaders affirmed their support for a city-backed bike-share plan earlier this month. City Council members unanimously approved an initial program that, once fully realized, could offer tourists as well as residents a reliable transportation alternative. According to Jacob Lindsey with the city’s planning department, the […]
Posted: Saturday, November 26, 2016 10:00 pm | Updated: 11:03 pm, Sun Nov 27, 2016. Casey Auch | Layout Editor | 0 comments This month UNC Wilmington became the first public university in North Carolina with a bike share program of UNCW’s status. Hawk Wheels is a bike-sharing system that allows students to borrow a bike to travel from point “A” […]
Hannah Hagedorn, Reporter November 21, 2016 Eighty-six percent of students drive to campus alone in their own vehicle, according to a university administered commuter survey from February 2016. But Leuhh Butsch is not one of them. Butsch, an elementary education major, rides to school with two other students, four days a week. She is among […]
A citywide bike share system that Charleston officials and bike enthusiasts have talked about for years could become a reality this week, and its first bikes could appear by next spring. On Thursday, City Council is expected to vote on a contract with the Gotcha Group, the Charleston-based company selected in February to operate a […]