The program would supplement, not replace, Indego.
Indego's most-used bike has been on nearly 2,000 trips.
It could be someone in OneWay, the gang that rode BMXes on the Vine Street Expressway.
But this city being what it is, Indego nixed the system that caused waves at SXSW.
If you want cars to respect your bike space, just get some pool noodles and cameras.
Planners wanted socioeconomic diversity among Indego users — but a year in, that hasn’t happened. Yet.
The bike was posted Saturday with the title “Trek courier bike,” and the seller was asking for $125.