^^^ my handsome date! ^^^
^^^ all ready for an evening of bicycling! ^^^
top: zebraclub, leggings: american apparel, flannel: thrifted,
backpack: herschel (via nordstrom), sandals: birkenstock
^^^ we were able to watch this gorgeous seattle sunset after our biking adventure ^^^
for those of our friends living in the seattle area,
you have likely seen the above neon green bike docking stations,
located throughout the city.
willie and i walk by them often,
and every time, we say ‘we need to rent those!’
with the lovely spring weather, we finally decided
to take advantage of how simple it is to rent
bikes from pronto, cycle share!
how does it work?
pronto owns 500 bikes, located at 50 docking stations throughout
the greater seattle area.
pronto bikes are available at any time (holidays, too!).
the only restriction is that you must be 16 or older to rent 🙂
you can choose to rent your bike for 24 hours
or obtain a three day pass.
when you’re done riding, simply return your
bike to any pronto station,
helmets are available at every station, too!
the 24 hour rental is affordable and fun.
we biked both downtown and throughout sculpture park.
willie loved using the conveniently attached bell on his
bike to remind me to stay out of the way of the more serious bikers
(aka every biker other than myself –
i was chugging along at a more leisurely pace).
to learn more about pronto, cycle share,
or to see which location is nearest to you,
visit their website here.
**this is not a sponsored post.
we had a great experience with pronto, cycle share,
and i thought it would be fun to share with you, my readers!
all photos and opinions are my own.
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