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August 2018

Zagster Bike Share Program Hits the Road Near Summit Park

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Thursday August 9, 2018

Zagster Bike Share Program Hits the Road Near Summit Park

People in Blue Ash have a new option to get around between the office and a fun lunch spot. The Greater Cincinnati community recently launched Zagster, a new bikeshare program. Al. Neyer and Vandercar are pleased to sponsor a station near The Neighborhoods at Summit Park.

The bikeshare program, by Zagster, Inc., will have a total of 50 bikes located at eight different stations throughout the city. Users can hop on and off bikes at any station and can use the free Zagster mobile app to view bike stations, unlock bikes, and even pay for rides. Rides will start at $1 and users can pay per ride or purchase yearly memberships.

With numerous walking and biking paths, the bike sharing program will be a fun, new option for Blue Ash residents and others visiting the area.


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