When I commute on the subway, I always notice people with bicycles. At first I think, that’s great exercise and I should probably get a bike. On second thought, it crosses my mind how difficult it must be to carry a bike up and down subway stairs while trying not to bump other commuters. It seems there is now a solution to this problem in the form of Citi Bike. Operated by NYC Bicycle Share, Citi Bike is a bike sharing service where people can essentially “check out” a bike at a docking station, go for a ride, and then “check in” the bike at another station. With cobalt blue bikes at hundreds of stations throughout the city—available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year, people can get where they need to go in style. For more information, visit citibikenyc.com.