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(GMT)16 NOV 2016 VISLE0:  Grab a bicycle and explore the city.
Want to really see Houston? Grab a bike, because a pair of wheels is one of the best ways to experience H-Town these days.
Even if you don’t have a bike, the Houston B-Cycle service makes getting around a breeze. With more than two-dozen stations located in Downtown, Montrose, Midtown, The Heights and the Museum District, riders can easily and inexpensively cruise around some of the city’s most-loved sites. Click here for a map of B-Cycle stations.
With its mild year-round temps, recently-expanded bike trails (more than 300 miles of interconnected bikeway network cover the metro) and the 2012 introduction of the Houston B-Cycle bike share program, locals and visitors are hitting the road now more than ever.