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Photo courtesy of Vélib'
Why should adults have all the fun on bike share?
Paris is launching bike share for kids, P'tit Vélib', in parks and designated areas throughout the city. A range of kids' bikes, from balance bikes to smaller step-through styles that resemble their larger counterparts with front baskets and full chainguards, will be available for children ages 2-8.
According to Vélib', the initiative was created by the Mayor of Paris to help promote cycling to children and to provide safe spaces for them to learn how to ride.
The bikes can be rented hourly, by the half-day, or for a full day with prices starting at 4€.