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  • Bike sharing scheme for kids
  • Bike sharing scheme for kids
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Bike sharing scheme for kids

Want to borrow a bicycle, but they don't have one for your kids? Enter P'tit Vélib, a new bicycle sharing scheme launched in Paris aimed at children as young as two. By encouraging children to take up cycling early, the scheme hopes to create a greener future for the city. 



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