20 Moments: Rise and Fall of ride-share

Rise and Fall of ride-share

To combat the number of abandoned bikes on campus, Texas A&M contracted bike-share program ofo in February 2018. The bikes quickly became a meme, as they were left abandoned around town in odd places. After switching to VeoRide in 2019, one of the infamous teal bikes was left atop the Academic Building in October 2019.

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