As preparations for the Republican National Convention continue, the nation's largest bike-sharing program kicked off Saturday in the Twin Cities.
Minneapolis and St. Paul mayors R.T. Rybak and Chris Coleman lead 100 cyclists through streets of Minneapolis for the launch of "Freewheelin'."
One thousand bikes will be available for people to check out for free during the convention.
All you have to do is look for a designated "Freewheelin'" bike rack and kiosk, set up throughout the Twin Cities.
People can use them by swiping a credit card or program I.D. card.
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