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Reader: B-Cycle will go to your neighborhood -- if you work on it

Britt Chester has been riding around the metro area, asking people to guess where he's biking -- for the chance to win a season B-Cycle pass.

Some of these areas have B-Cycle stations, some -- like Park Hill -- do not.

And if they don't, advises, one reader, then they need to start rolling.

Says Habitat Gallery:

Smack, we now have 3 stations in the Lincoln Park community, an up and coming area perhaps, but not exactly Cherry Creek $$$$$. Ask for a station and work with B-Cycles and a sponsor and they'll work with yours or any other Denver neighborhood.

Where would you like to see another B-Cycle station? Post your suggestion in the comments section below.

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