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Ogden City Councilwoman Marcia White is pictured on Friday, Aug. 5, 2022, following the GREENbike ribbon-cutting ceremony as she prepares to take a bike ride.

Deborah Wilber, Standard-Examiner

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Bikes are lined up at a GREENbike station at the corner of Washington Boulevard and 26th Street during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, Aug. 5, 2022, to celebrate the ride-share program coming to Ogden. A map of the six GREENbike stations in Ogden is shown.

Deborah Wilber, Standard-Examiner

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A ribbon-cutting ceremony is held for GREENbike, a new bike-sharing program, on Friday, Aug. 5, 2022, at the corner of Washington Boulevard and 26th Street in Ogden.

Deborah Wilber, Standard-Examiner

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GREENbike Executive Director Stan Penfold teaches Ogden City Marketing and Communications Manager Mike McBride how to use the GREENbike app following a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, Aug. 5, 2022.

Deborah Wilber, Standard-Examiner

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GREENbike Executive Director Stan Penfold teaches Ogden City Marketing and Communications Manager Mike McBride how to use the GREENbike app following a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, Aug. 5, 2022.

Deborah Wilber, Standard-Examiner
















OGDEN — GREENbike has come to Ogden, furthering the city’s initiative to become a walkable, rideable community.

During a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday morning at the corner of Washington Boulevard and 26th Street, Ogden City Mayor Mike Caldwell was among those to speak about the long-awaited bike-share program, which started in Salt Lake City.

“It was an eight-year effort by a lot of people,” he said.

Ogden is starting out with six bike docking locations, but GREENbike Executive Director Stan Penfold said the company can tell it’s are going to need more based on all the attention the program is getting.

While a map of Ogden docking sites is not yet available on the GREENbike website, greenbikeutah.org, signage…