Streetfilms: ASCOBIKE, Largest Bicycle Facility in the Americas

ASCOBIKE isn’t your average bicycle parking station. It is located an
hour out of São Paulo on the grounds of the commuter rail station in a
city with zero bicycle infrastructure. And yet, ASCOBIKE houses
1700 bikes daily,  and offers a series of social, legal and bicycle
education services. Watch this video and see how unique ASCOBIKE really is.

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