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Looks like it's free to ride them now !

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Looks like it's free to ride them now !

 

Care to expand on this a little?

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I’ve noticed quite a few on Abbeydale Road, all were on the pavement and on their bike stands.

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Can we agree that they are all over the place now?

 

Its harder to find a happy Wednesday fan :)

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Care to expand on this a little?

 

It's been free since the launch, I'm not sure when the free period ends though.

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It's been free since the launch, I'm not sure when the free period ends though.

 

Unless they've extended it, it seems 14 days from Jan 9th. The ones with no lock on will of course be free, until spotted and collected by the staff. Or police.

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I doubt that the police will collect them, not really their job...

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Yes, I really meant that perhaps they would apprehend anyone they see riding one without a lock (suspicion of TWOC?), then do whatever their supposed to do when in possession of someone else's damaged/stolen property, although the rider might tell them he had found it in that condition and was returning it to a safer place!

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Went for a walk today and saw one stood on its seat and handlebars. On the way back I noticed it had been pushed over. Picked it up, pulled down its stand and stood it how it should be stood. Not hard really. What's up with folk?

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Yes, I really meant that perhaps they would apprehend anyone they see riding one without a lock (suspicion of TWOC?), then do whatever their supposed to do when in possession of someone else's damaged/stolen property, although the rider might tell them he had found it in that condition and was returning it to a safer place!

 

Riding a bike with a damaged lock is not an offence.

Neither is borrowing a bike that is deliberately placed on the streets for that purpose.

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Care to expand on this a little?

 

The amount without locks on them now

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