Charleston's first bike share program launches Tuesday

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Charleston's first official city bike share program rolls into town Tuesday, placing 250 bicycles at 27 stations around the peninsula.

Holy Spokes is designed for tourists and residents looking to grab a bike for fun or to head off to work.

"The service is expected to inspire healthy exercise and relieve some of the city's parking and traffic pressures," a press release states.

Gotcha Bike will launch Holy Spokes at a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11 a.m.

Remarks will be made by Mayor Tecklenburg; Sean Flood, CEO of The Gotcha Group; Councilman Michael Seekings; and Patrick J. Cawley, MD and
CEO of MUSC Health and Vice President for Health Affairs, University.
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