The Ride + Walk Committee is offering incentives to residents to help reach the milestone of 1,000 Kosciusko Bike Share riders.
They’re calling it the Zagster Race to 1,000 Challenge. To participate, they encourage everyone to visit one of the four stations in Warsaw and Winona Lake.
Those are located at West Market Street on the Zimmer Biomet West Campus, the Warsaw Community Public Library, The Village at Winona, and the Gordon Recreation Center.
They’ve discounted the one-year membership for the general public to $12.50 for those who sign up by the end of the month. Rides under two hours will be free. There are also membership discounts available for students and Zimmer Biomet employees.
Ride + Walk is also promoting their work on safer infrastructure for non-vehicular travel.
They encourage Zagster bike riders to visit the new bike lanes on Fort Wayne Street running from Park Avenue to Bronson Street. There have also been new intersection markings added at Smith Street and Winona Avenue.
Warsaw and Winona Lake are designated a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.
For questions or more information about Kosciusko Bike Share, visit zagster.com/Kosciusko or listen to the IN the Know interview for details: